I always thought these rings are perfect summer rings: dark but luminous like the summer nights, leaves and vines from summer gardens, and white gold to cool us down after another hot day.
“Midsummer Night” gold with oval spinel.
“Ami” white gold with small sapphires.
“Flora” white gold with diamonds.
White diamonds are sparkling like effervescent bubbles in 18 k yellow gold! Inspired by the “Champenoise” rings with champagne coloured diamonds, this one “tastes” just as good….
Rose gold leaves strewn about on a blackened silver ring, vines and beads of rose gold wind and dot their way around white diamonds in the black surface.
And in the centre a champagne coloured diamond that ties it all together.
A glowingly huge green Prehnite set in 18 k yellow gold and a luscious fresh water pearl with gold accents. Gazing at this pendant will induce extreme mellowness.
Huge cabochon drops in green tourmaline, set in 18 k yellow gold.
A very nice ruby cabochon set in 18 k yellow gold. Sometime, less is really more.
Platinum ring, textured and burnished, set with stunning baguette diamon. It’s such a cool an elegant cut with its long icy facets.
An absolutely unique and beautiful rose cut peridot set in a hexagonal “fortress” surrounded by tiny diamonds. The ring has a really muscular feel to it with it’s strongholds, where the heavy band meets the setting, also set with little diamonds.
The ring is made in 18 k yellow gold.
Wedding band set: his in oxidized sterling silver, hers in white gold. Both set with rubies and diamonds.
A sterling silver Koi is leisurely swimming over a big baroque freshwater pearl, among golden water grass with diamond bubbles.