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Maxi Iconica Colour Ring

With color and joy, Iconica shines with star-shaped, triangular, oval and square-set gems in all shades of the rainbow — a signature design of the collection.

18k rose gold ring, 22 (4.3 ct) stones: pink tourmalines, treated orange sapphires, blue sapphires, green sapphires, tsavorites, red spinels, blue zirconia, tanzanites, demantoides, amethysts, rubies and peridots.

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Stone & Material details

Blue Sapphire

The Sapphire represents the blue variety of Corundum and owes its color to the presence of iron and titanium in its chemical formula. While Sapphire derives from Latin “sapphirus”, probably used to indicate another gemstone, almost certainly the current Lapis Lazuli.

Red Tourmaline

The name has its origins in an old Sri Lankan word, “turamali”, used to generically define colored gems. It has one of the most complex chemical compositions in the world of jewelry. Tourmaline is used to commemorate the 8th wedding anniversary and, along with opal, it is the birthstone for October.

Rose Gold 18kt

Gold takes its name from the Indo-European word “gehl” meaning to shine. Rose – a delicate tint achieved by mixing gold with small quantities of copper and silver.


Corundum is a mineral essentially made of aluminum oxide. If it was pure it would be colorless. Rubies represent the red variant of corundum and owe its color to the presence of chromium in its chemical formula.


It is ideal to celebrate those born in the month of August. These fine stones became known as Balas rubies, and some of them were the treasured property of kings and emperors. As a result, some of the world’s most illustrious “rubies” are actually spinels.


Tanzanite is a relatively recent discovery, it is a blue version of Zoisite and it is found in just one place on earth: Tanzania. Discovered by chance by an African tribesman in 1967, it became instantly popular because of its vivid colors, high clarity, and potential for large cut stones.