In time for the holiday season, Leibish & Co. has released a new emerald collection in partnership with Gemfields to give customers “sustainable luxury.”

The line features emeralds from Gemfields’ Kagem mine in Zambia set in a pair of earrings, two rings and one really spectacular necklace.

There currently are four pieces listed as available in the collection, and together they are priced at a total of about $1.1 million retail. Highlights include a 64.65-carat emerald and yellow diamond necklace and a 24.23-carat cushion-shaped emerald and vivid yellow diamond ring.

Two other pieces, both sets of earrings, have been created but have yet to be added the listing.

“In a world where ‘going green’ has become such an integral concern for so many consumers, Leibish & Co. is excited to take part in this cause and create more pieces of the like,” the company said in a press release.

The collection will be sold on through Leibish, according to a company spokesperson, meaning through its website or any of its offices–located in New York, Hong Kong, Israel–and hubs throughout the world.

Leibish already confirmed that it will continue to build the collection, noting that the decision to expand into Gemfields rubies will depend on the feedback that this collection receives.

A ring from the Gemfields and Leibish collaboration, this one featuring an 8.16-carat pear-shaped emerald surrounded by fancy vivid yellow and colorless diamonds and set in platinum and 18-karat gold ($38,550)
[Source:- nationaljeweler]

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