A clear, white, rose cut diamond ring that is from an era gone by. She marries the minimal look of modern day with romantic charm of the Victorian era.
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 an artisanal authentic quality that is sometimes lacking in the popular diamond cuts of today.
The band is a contemporary rectangle shape set with 6 round brilliant diamonds. The inside of the bezel has been textured. The cut of the stone
The fairtrade gold is mined from either the SOTRAMI or the Aurelsa mining communities in Peru. Giving the artisanal miners and their families a sustainable future with gold that is produced responsibly.
This Iris ring is hand made, with love, in my Somerset studio. It comes with either a 0.5 or 0.6 carat centre diamond and is available immediately.
– 0.50 or 0.60ct white, clear rose cut diamond
– 1.8mm wide by 1.4mm thick ‘Square’ band using 18ct Fairtrade gold
– 6 x 1mm white brilliant cut diamonds
Iris matches the Nanna wedding band, which fits right underneath.
She can also be ordered in Platinum. Message me for a quote.