Stone(s): Genuine quartz (4.95 carats), genuine blue topaz (2.65 carats), geuine white topaz (0.2 carats), genuine rainbow moonstone (1.2 carats)
Overall Dimension (including bail): 1.9 x 0.5 x 0.25 inches
Inner Bail Diameter: 5 mm
Weight: 8.2 grams
Stamp/Mark: Starborn, 925
Serial Number: p25262
Moonstone is a variety of orthoclase, a feldspar. It often has a sky blue opalescent sheen, also called schiller or fire, making the stone look as if it is glowing. The sheen is created by thin layering of orthoclase with another mineral, albite. Moonstone was used in jewelry from 100 AD in Rome and even earlier in Asia.
Derived from "tapaz," the Sanskrit word for fire, topaz is one of the most brilliant cut gemstones in existence. Topaz comes in a variety of colors from yellow to blue, and deeper blues and pinks are often created by heat-treating stones. Brazil is the world's top exporter of topaz.