Bold Color Collection

Purple Garnet, Pink Spinel & Diamond Ring And Earrings

This ring and earring set displays very unique gemstone pairings; containing bright purple garnets as center stones accented with brilliant pink spinels, which compliment each other in tone. The feminine colors of the gemstones are further accented with 18K rose gold. The color combination is bold and combines very fine examples of both gemstones; a hallmark of Omi Privé designs.

Fancy Sapphire, Paraíba-Type Tourmaline & Diamond Ring

The striking 3.25 carat oval purple sapphire paired with Paraíba-type tourmalines is a unique combination of two rare and valuable gemstones in this platinum ring. The tone of the purple sapphire matches those of the side pear-shape stones, which creates a harmonius, pastel color palette. The purple sapphire is accompanied by a gemstone report stating it is unheated, which is quite rare in sapphires and makes its color and clarity even more treasured.

Pinkish-Purple Sapphire, Pink Sapphire & Diamond Ring

The feminine color combination of purple and pink in this platinum ring is a striking combination. Featuring two different shades of fancy sapphires, including the 5.05 center pinkish-purple sapphire, which is certified unheated. Unheated purple sapphires of this quality are rare and increasing in popularity. The custom cut pink sapphire epaulettes on the sides are reflected in the scalloped detail on the gallery, where round pink sapphires are also set as a special detail for the wearer.

Purple Spinel, Pink Sapphire & Diamond Pendant

Spinel is a remarkable gemstone with exceptional brilliance as seen in this 3.02 carat trillion cut purple spinel and pink sapphire pendant. The pink sapphires and 18K rose gold highlight the natural pink undertones of the purple spinel. These two very feminine colors combined with unique cutting shapes create a truly unique piece.

Chrysoberyl, Tsavorite & Diamond Ring

The slight green tones of the oval chrysoberyl in this unique ring are complimented by trillion shape tsavorite garnet side stones set in 18K yellow gold creating a dynamic and unique color combination. Chrysoberyl is more often associated with the cat’s eye or alexandrite variety, but the mineral can also be found in bright yellow-green facetable material; of which this center stone is a very fine example.

Paraíba-Type Tourmaline, Purple Sapphire, Paraíba Tourmaline & Diamond Earrings

With great color and clarity, the center stones totaling 6.51 carats of cuprian elbaite tourmaline are incredibly rare and valuable. Well cut and well saturated center stones, due to rarity of copper-bearing tourmaline inclusions can be expected, but stones still display fine clarity and brilliance. Design incorporates slightly ombre colored purple sapphires between each pear-shape to match the tone of the tourmalines and add a pop of unique color. Subtle details, including “Y” wires on back of earrings set with round Brazilian Paraíba, create a 360 degree look, meant to be admired from all angles.

Purple Spinel, Alexandrite & Diamond Pendant

Richness of the purple spinel is complimented and contrasted by color changing alexandrites. The combination of the two is visually intriguing and the addition of black rhodium gives the pendant an edgy touch, despite being set in rose gold. Alexandrite is one of the rarest gemstones on earth, and stone in the halo exhibit nearly 100% color change Brazilian Alexandrite. Wonderful everyday pendant, that transitions from day to night with color changing properties, alexandrites change color from blue-green in daylight to purple-red in incandescent.

Purple Garnet, Pink Spinel & Diamond Ring And Earrings

With great color and clarity, the center stones totaling 6.51 carats of cuprian elbaite tourmaline are incredibly rare and valuable. Well cut and well saturated center stones, due to rarity of copper-bearing tourmaline inclusions can be expected, but stones still display fine clarity and brilliance. Design incorporates slightly ombre colored purple sapphires between each pear-shape to match the tone of the tourmalines and add a pop of unique color. Subtle details, including “Y” wires on back of earrings set with round Brazilian Paraíba, create a 360 degree look, meant to be admired from all angles.

Fancy Sapphire, Paraíba-Type Tourmaline & Diamond Ring

The striking 3.25 carat oval purple sapphire paired with Paraíba-type tourmalines is a unique combination of two rare and valuable gemstones in this platinum ring. The tone of the purple sapphire matches those of the side pear-shape stones, which creates a harmonius, pastel color palette. The purple sapphire is accompanied by a gemstone report stating it is unheated, which is quite rare in sapphires and makes its color and clarity even more treasured.

Purple Spinel, Alexandrite & Diamond Pendant

Richness of the purple spinel is complimented and contrasted by color changing alexandrites. The combination of the two is visually intriguing and the addition of black rhodium gives the pendant an edgy touch, despite being set in rose gold. Alexandrite is one of the rarest gemstones on earth, and stone in the halo exhibit nearly 100% color change Brazilian Alexandrite. Wonderful everyday pendant, that transitions from day to night with color changing properties, alexandrites change color from blue-green in daylight to purple-red in incandescent.

Purple Spinel, Pink Sapphire & Diamond Pendant

Spinel is a remarkable gemstone with exceptional brilliance as seen in this 3.02 carat trillion cut purple spinel and pink sapphire pendant. The pink sapphires and 18K rose gold highlight the natural pink undertones of the purple spinel. These two very feminine colors combined with unique cutting shapes create a truly unique piece.

Chrysoberyl, Tsavorite & Diamond Ring

The slight green tones of the 3.08 carat oval chrysoberyl in this unique ring are complimented by trillion shape tsavorite garnet side stones set in 18K yellow gold creating a dynamic and unique color combination. Chrysoberyl is more often associated with the cat’s eye or alexandrite variety, but the mineral can also be found in bright yellow-green facetable material; of which this center stone is a very fine example.

Paraíba-Type Tourmaline, Purple Sapphire, Paraíba Tourmaline & Diamond Earrings

With great color and clarity, the center stones totaling 6.51 carats of cuprian elbaite tourmaline are incredibly rare and valuable. Well cut and well saturated center stones, due to rarity of copper-bearing tourmaline inclusions can be expected, but stones still display fine clarity and brilliance. Design incorporates slightly ombre colored purple sapphires between each pear-shape to match the tone of the tourmalines and add a pop of unique color. Subtle details, including “Y” wires on back of earrings set with round Brazilian Paraíba, create a 360 degree look, meant to be admired from all angles.

Purple Spinel, Alexandrite & Diamond Pendant

The bold color combination of blue spinel and Paraíba-type tourmalines is striking and a celebration of the color blue in these rare gemstones. A classic three stone design is given a modern reinvention with this stone pairing and shared Paraíba-type tourmaline halo. The knife-edge shank is set with diamonds flanking either side, and further “scallop” detail on the gallery add special hidden dimension.