The rarest and least known of the three green garnets (tsavorite and demantoid being the other two), uvarovite drusy gemstone is new to "the West" as a jewelry stone. Uvarovite is not only a classic chrome green, but it has the highest refractive index of all the garnets.
Uvarovite is so incredibly popular because it has the look of thousands of brilliant, tiny paved emeralds. Just as the gemstone alexandrite was named after the Czar Alexander, uvarovite is named after the Russian Count Uvarov of the mid 1800's. This stone hails from the rugged environment of the Ural Mountains.
14k gold fill earrings with soft white freshwater pearls and triangular green uvarovite druzy earrings accented with emerald roundells.
Earrings measure approx. 2"L.
Druzy measures approx. .75"L