2.5 ct cushion concave cut Golden Beryl and total 0.25ct white sapphires set in 18ct white gold.
This stone was mined in the early 1960's in the Karoi region of Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia). The mine was known as the 'Green Walking Stick' mine and operated for a short number of years. The Golden Beryl recovered from this deposit was unique in the rich 'gold' color it portrayed, a color not seen since.
This stone is from the same deposit of Golden Beryl that was used for the Queen's golden jubilee jewellery. Although this stone is included its a one of it's kind with a magnificent colour and not be missed.