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To tell this line I have to start from a stone of about 38 carats, it was a Morganite and required a solid and aesthetically light setting, so I was inspired by the works of the famous Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, founder of "neoplasticism".
In the lattice I have inserted rubies and baguette cut diamonds. I particularly liked this model, so I re-proposed this construction on another ring and earrings with amethyst.
I spend a few words on morganite which is a precious stone belonging to the beryl family, the same family of gems such as emerald and aquamarine, whose name has an interesting origin, in fact it owes its name to the famous banker JP Morgan, who was a collector of minerals and gems in the period from the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century. Morgan was known for his passion for art, learning and science, as well as his collection of gems and minerals.
In 1910, gemologist George F. Kunz, working for Tiffany & Co., was commissioned to name the recently discovered variety of pink beryl. In honor of JP Morgan, Kunz decided to call it "morganite". This choice reflected Kunz's esteem and admiration for Morgan, who was considered a patron of the arts and one of the greatest gem collectors of his time.
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