Unique, bespoke and contemporary aquamarine and diamond ring (RTB) Size P1/2 OF90-rtb
***In stock and ready to post. The piece shown here is the size, length or finish stated and is available now***
A unique, contemporary and modern stunning aquamarine and diamond 18ct gold and silver ring.
I loved making this ring. It began with thoughts and sketches…then I started to put all the elements together of the two different tone aquamarines, a diamond, and mixing silver and gold to create a eye catching design but still practical enough to wear everyday. I have made various commissions in the follow months based on this design, each one slightly different, but all still relatedSue x.
- 18ct yellow gold band and two silver bands - all D shape.
- Total band width is 7.7mm.
- 10 x 7mm clear bright light blue pear shape aquamarine.
- 5 x 3mm clear bright light blue oval shape aquamarine.
- 4mm round white diamond, VS1, F/G (0.25ct).
- The rings have movement, whilst being permanently linked together.
- Matt finish with bright polished edge of the setting.
- Size P1/2 only
The ring is full hallmarked and handmade by Sue in her Herefordshire studio. I have this ring in stock, in size P 1/2 ready to send to you. I am posting twice weekly at present, however if you need it urgently do get in touch.
The ring will arrive in a beautiful box, tied with ribbon and with more details about Sue, which helps make it a perfect gift.
If this is a gift and you would like me to send it direct to the recipient, please include those details during the ordering process. I am happy to add a handwritten note from you, if you would like. I package every piece, beautifully and carefully, and often I get lovely feedback on how nice it was to open the package.
All orders are sent Special Delivery, which currently may take an additional day to two for delivery, but is normally next day, however you will have the tracking details and the piece of jewellery is fully insured.
Would you like to chat about this ring? Get in touch using the contact form, email is best at the moment.