Silicon Valley jeweler Stephen Silver has long specialized in the world’s rarest, most precious colored gemstones, many the focal point of the Silvers’ original fine jewelry designs. The Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry collection offers a spectrum of vibrant hues, including gems reminiscent of the 2023 Pantone Color of the Year: Viva Magenta.
Viva Magenta finds precious expression in Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry’s curated fine jewelry collection, including rubellite tourmalines, red spinels, and rich garnet gemstones.
Pink Tourmaline and Diamond Bypass ‘Toi et Moi’ Ring
With a desirable toi et moi design and Pantone Viva Magenta color of the moment, this pink tourmaline and diamond bypass ring from Stephen Silver will make quite the stunning gift or right hand ring.
The unique and eye-catching original platinum ring design features a 2.71 carat, trillion-cut vivid pink rubellite tourmaline on side, appearing to float gracefully across from a 1.05 carat trillion cut diamond.
Rhodolite Garnet and Diamond Necklace
Regal and radiant, this Rhodolite Garnet and Diamond Necklace from Stephen Silver wows with top quality graduated round brilliant rhodolite garnets – 90 carats in total, set in platinum.
Altogether, the magenta-hued gems are ringed with halos and links of round brilliant cut diamonds totaling 7.00 carats. The perfectly integrated box clasp, disguised beneath a large rhodolite garnet setting, completes and secures the piece without disrupting the piece’s visual harmony.
Rubellite Tourmaline and Red Spinel Ring
This darkly dramatic ring from Stephen Silver features a remarkable 5.09-carat cushion cut rubellite tourmaline center stone, accented with 1.58 total carats of round brilliant cut red spinels.
The 18-karat gold ring has received a black rhodium treatment, allowing the colorful rubellite tourmaline gems to take center stage.
Pink Tourmaline Bracelet
Make a bold statement with this pink tourmaline bracelet crafted in-house by the artisans of Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry.
The 18 karat yellow gold bracelet wraps the wrist with an extravagant carpet of baguette-cut pink tourmalines totaling 149.11 carats.
Pink Tourmaline and Diamond Ring
A classic never goes out of style, which is why Stephen Silver chose to showcase this 2.40-carat purple-pink emerald cut tourmaline in a classic three-stone ring.
The elegant emerald cut gem is flanked by trapezoid cut diamonds totaling 0.89 carats.
Spinel and Diamond Necklace
This colorful statement necklace features a radiant array of cushion-cut unheated Burmese spinel totaling 86.58 total carats, including several in a hue reminiscent of Pantone’s 2023 Color of the Year, Viva Magenta.
Each gem is ringed in a halo of round brilliant cut diamonds (G-H color and VS1-VS2 clarity), measuring 6.51 total carats.
About Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry
Stephen Silver is a Silicon-Valley based gemologist, geologist, diamonteer, and philanthropist. Over the course of the last 45+ years, Silver has established a reputation amongst his global network of jewelry industry contacts and elite gemstone collectors for his expertise in diamond and color gemstone cutting and jewelry design. Following his geology studies at San Diego State University and earning a Graduate Gemologist degree from GIA, Silver later returned to the San Francisco Bay Area to found an estate jewelry firm specializing in antiques and precious stones. There, he gained access to a number of history’s most important colored gems, including the famous Cullinan Blue Diamond necklace, a historic piece he went on to purchase and donate to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, and later, the Pink Promise Diamond, which he recut and improved, resulting in a record price per carat at auction in 2017.
Joined in recent years by son and Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry President Jared Silver, Stephen Silver expanded his business into a vertically integrated wholesale manufacture and retail operation of international reach with an office and retail boutique based in and around Menlo Park, California. For more information, visit shsilver.com