This ethical engagement ring is pretty as a peach!  A sparkly, pink-orange sapphire (called a padparadscha) has been ethically sourced and then set into a contemporary prong set ring.  The padparadscha sapphire is the rarest sapphire of all and its name means ‘lotus colour’ in Sanskrit.

The sapphire is 4.05 mm diameter and weighs 1/3 of a carat.  The band is made with 1.5mm round wire and the prong setting has been added to the top of the ring which means your wedding ring can sit right alongside it.

Made with 18ct Fairtrade gold, this ring is not only beautiful it is 100% ethical too. Made with gold from the MACDESA mining community in Peru that is fully traceable and produced responsibly.  10% of the gold cost is invested back into much-needed community projects, such as building a school.

This ring is a perfect match to my Juliet wedding ring but also goes with Eliza, Honey & Honey Diamond wedding rings.  Top tip: wear them all stacked up on top of each other.

Anouk has been handmade with love, in my Somerset studio and is a size L 3/4 but can be re-sized or made to order with a similar stone. If you love this ring but would like a different colour gemstone or diamond please email me.

18ct Fairtrade gold and a 4.05mm round brilliant cut padparadscha sapphire.
Band: 1.5mm round wire.

£10.00 from the sale of this ring will be donated to The Orangutan Foundation, as part of my Giving Back project.