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Spinel Necklaces – Luxurious Lines of Color to Enhance Your Allure

Suppose you were famous for being thought of as something that you actually weren’t? And you weren’t even trying? People just thought it. You’d probably end up feeling a lot like spinel does. If spinel, a rock, could have feelings, of course. Which it can’t because, again, it’s a rock.

At any rate, occasionally in the past, spinel has been "mistaken" for a ruby. Did someone always just make an innocent error or were people sometimes attempting to get away with something? We’ll never actually know but one famed masquerade is that of the Black Prince’s Ruby. That’s the name of the stone that adorned the battle helm of the legendary King Henry V. Totally awesome name but, too bad, it’s actually just a massive red spinel. You know it still found its way onto the British Imperial State Crown, so really the joke’s on the jeweler who “mistook” that gorgeous red spinel for a ruby.

That red is beautiful and the most common color of spinel, but spinel can be found in a variety of different hues. Here at Evine, we usually see it in black, which allows it to work wonderfully as an accent stone. And that’s how you’ll see it used most often in our rings, bracelets and other jewelry.

But it makes its biggest impact when it’s featured, like in a spinel necklace. Go ahead and scroll up to see what we mean. Enhance your ensemble with a spinel necklace and there'll be no “mistaking” just how lovely you look.