Garden of Eden Earrings with Panjshir Emeralds, Burmese Rubies and Basra Pearls

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A pair of enchanting earpieces that capture the essence of a blooming paradise. These earrings are a celebration of nature’s beauty, adorned with a symphony of precious gemstones set in radiant 18K gold. Each earring features a central flower with a heart of old natural Burmese ruby cabochons, symbolizing love and vitality. The petals alternate between the pure old natural Basra pearls and the lush old natural Panjshir emeralds, creating a captivating floral design. A circle of round brilliant cut diamonds wraps around the central motif, their fire and brilliance mirroring the morning dew. Beyond the diamond halo, additional flowers bloom, each with ruby centers and emerald leaves, forming a garden of endless splendor. The final touch is a circle of Basra pearls, adding an air of elegance and grace to the earrings. All these elements are set in exquisite 18K gold, ensuring that each earring is not only a statement of style but also a testament to enduring craftsmanship.

Burmese Rubies stand as the epitome of rarity and value. Their hues span from delicate pinks to intense pigeon blood red, a shade deemed the pinnacle of ruby excellence. Renowned for their exquisite beauty, enduring durability, and scarcity, the primary determinant of a ruby's worth lies in the quality of its color. The demand for gem-grade Burmese Rubies has remained steadfast throughout history, with mining records tracing back nearly five centuries in Burma. These rubies adorned the collections of Maharajas and Royal Dynasties during the illustrious Mughal era, securing their place as prized possessions of unparalleled allure and significance.

Basra Pearls, originating from the Basra region in the Persian Gulf, are among the most treasured gems in the world of jewelry. Their rarity stems from the fact that they are no longer found in their natural habitat due to overfishing and environmental changes. These pearls are steeped in history, dating back centuries, and are now nearly impossible to find, making them highly valuable and sought after by collectors. The difficulty in acquiring Basra Pearls lies in their scarcity; they must be sourced from various locations globally and matched, which is a painstaking and meticulous process. Their significance extends beyond beauty, as they are believed to hold astrological power in Vedic traditions, adding to their allure and importance. 

Emeralds, long revered by Maharajas and the Mughal Empire, and extolled in ancient Sanskrit tales, are among the most coveted gems. The finest emeralds hail from the Panjshir Valley in Afghanistan, Their rarity makes them as prized as they are hard to find. Known for symbolizing rebirth and renewal, emeralds are durable, ranking between 7.5 and 8 on the Mohs scale, yet their brittleness demands careful cutting.  The allure of old Panjshir emeralds lies not only in their beauty but also in their journey from the remote mountains of Afghanistan to the hands of collectors and jewelers around the world. Panjshir emeralds are found in the rugged terrains of the Hindu Kush Mountains, which have distinctive features high chromium content, which contributes to their intense green color, making them highly prized among gem enthusiasts.

Old Natural Burmese Ruby Cabochons: 10.88 ct. / 22 pcs.
Old Natural Panjshir Emeralds: 2.29 ct. / 50 pcs.
Old Natural Basra Pearls: 20.61 ct./ 70 pcs.
Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds: 1.36 ct.

Dimension: 3.77(L) x 3.78(W) x 0.90(D) cm
Weight: 30.440 g.

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