“Serafina” ring, Myrto

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Myrto Anastasopoulou is a Greek designer, in love with tourmaline, a stone that exists in hundreds of shades. She returns to it tirelessly to create soft cameos.

 

This ring, emblematic of Myrto Anastasopoulou’s work, is composed of three rows of polished tourmalines in impressionist shades.

 

18K pink gold

Tourmalines 1.92 carat

Rose cut diamond, 0.14 carat

 

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Myrto: in praise of the tourmaline

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