Lennox Earring Gold Vermeil
Product Code: CE925Y-LENN
Sterling Silver | Yellow Gold Finish | Single Earring | 11cm drop
Get ready to be asked where you got this piece. Delicate long chains hang from polished metal finished with a single sparkling Marquise stone. Wear as an edgy asymmetrical single earring, or purchase two to wear as a pair.
The matching Cyndi Necklace can be seen here.
|Metal Type||Gold Vermeil|
|Stone Type||Cubic Zirconia|
The name "Sapphire" is derived from Greek word sappheiros, which is Greek for blue. Since Ancient times the Sapphire Blue represented a promise of honesty, loyalty, purity and trust. Up till today, Sapphire Blue gems are one of the most popular gemstone colours for engagement rings. In keeping with this tradition, our brilliant Sapphire Blue CARAT* gems share a similar colour richness with their natural inspirations.
Ruby Red represents love, passion, courage and emotion. For centuries, it was believed that wearing a fine red Ruby bestowed good fortune upon its owner. Rubies have been the prized possession of emperors and kings throughout the ages and CARAT* gems were made to carry this same aura of luxury.
Fancy Yellow gemstones symbolize wisdom, joy, optimism, happiness, and youth. Of all the Fancy Coloured Diamonds, Fancy Yellow Diamonds are the most popular. In the same vein, CARAT* Fancy Yellow gems display a youthful exuberance and are admired for their utter brilliance and beauty.
Pink gemstones never fail to provide head-turning bursts of colour. Fun and fanciful, they are femininity incarnated. Pink is said to symbolize gentleness, love and affection. Gifting yourself or a loved one with Fancy Pink CARAT* gems is perfect for occasions that mark the coming of a bright and "rosy" future.
Emerald Green is the colour of spring and has long symbolized love and rebirth. As the gem of Venus, it was also considered to aid in fertility.
Cleopatra, Egypt's tempestuous female monarch was as famous for wearing Emeralds in her time as Liz Taylor is for wearing diamonds in our time. Ancient Egyptian mummies were often buried with an Emerald carved with the symbol of verdure – flourishing greenness – on their necks to symbolize eternal youth. Emerald green CARAT* gems add a pop of lavishness and timeless beauty to any look.
Diamond White CARAT* gems follow the long history of folklore that have been attached to diamonds for centuries. Often regarded as the ultimate gift and a symbol of eternal love, diamonds are still and will continue to be admired all around the world. While we agree that nothing sparkles quite like a natural gemstone, we are also certain that you will not find a better alternative than CARAT*. Many jewellers have admitted that they have difficulty telling our gems apart from naturals because of their very similar optical characteristics. Normally when compared on the GIA diamond colour scale, our stones have an equivalent D or E colour (D being the very top of the scale).
Champagne coloured gems are a wonderful choice if you are looking for something special yet subtle. CARAT* range in colour from Chocolate to light Champagne. Though Champagne CARAT* gems display an understated beauty, they in no way compromise on shine. The subtle hues and rarity of Champagne gems make our Champagne CARAT* gems an attractive choice for a women seeking a modern Fancy coloured gemstone.
The most sought-after colour of Fancy Sapphires is the rare and beautiful Padparadscha: a pink-orange gem with a distinctive salmon colour reminiscent of a tropical sunset. Pink Padparadschas are ultra-rare and are among the most coveted gems in the world. We have captured the beauty of these natural inspirations with our Pink Padparadscha CARAT* gems which effortlessly emulate their warm and glowing magnificence.
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Key Stone: Marquise
Previously known as the cut of royalty, Marquise stones have a unique shape that particularly suits long, slender fingers. The bezel facet at the point of the stone is eliminated to form what is called a French Tip and yield a more even spread of scintillation along the length of the stone.
For this piece we use premium Cubic Zirconia Crystals that are meticulously hand and precision machine cut by highly trained stone cutters.
Precision is key in the making of our stones to achieve the ideal proportions that will yield the most brilliant CARAT* London stones.