Style Spotlight: 5 New Tsavorite Jewels



Tsavorite garnets have a higher refractive index and greater dispersion than emeralds, making them a more sparkling variety of spring-green gem. Found in Kenya and named after Tsavo National Park, where tsavorite was first spotted by Tiffany execs, large sizes of tsavorite are rare to find and are always prized in finished jewelry. Here are five new tsavorite styles to consider stocking.

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Curved Bar necklace in 14k white gold with 1.13 cts. t.w. tsavorites, $945; JewelMak

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Slim Bar ring in 14k yellow gold with 0.45 ct. t.w. tsavorite garnets, $1,730; Jane Taylor Jewelry

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Ocean Crashing Wave necklace with 6.22 cts. t.w. opal doublet, 0.59 ct. t.w. tsavorites, and 0.36 ct. t.w. diamonds, $4,840; Lika Behar

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Venetian Dream earrings in 18k gold with black rhodium and 10.42 cts. t.w. iolites, 8.76 cts. t.w. tsavorites, 1.23 cts. t.w. diamonds, $22,900; Graziela Gems

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Ring in 18k gold and platinum with 5.02 ct. orange sapphire, 2.8 cts. t.w. tsavorites, and 0.21 ct. t.w. diamonds, $36,000; Oscar Heyman

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