This rose cut diamond ring harks back to our Victorian ancestors and yet is a modern classic that is perfect for the bride to be who wants a ring that reflects who she is.
Rose cut diamonds were first created in the 16th century and remained popular until the late 1800s. Hand cut, they are flat on the bottom with a series of facets over the top surface. They have a wonderful sparkle even in candle light.
The band is hand hammered and the bezel has been gentle textured with little raised beads.
The fairtrade gold is mined from the SOTRAMI mining community in the Atacama desert in Peru. Giving the artisanal miners and their families a sustainable and safe future.
This Audrey ring is handmade, with love, in my Somerset studio. She is a size M1/2 but can be re-sized.
– 0.55 clear rose cut diamond
– 1.8mm band using 18ct Fairtrade gold
Audrey matches the Evie Wedding ring but also fits together with most of my other bands, in a stack.