The thinness of the wood inlay creates a sleek, streamlined look. It’s subtle in comparison to her engagement ring, allows the diamonds of the latter to appear larger and brighter. It goes with nearly every wood and nearly every style of the ring feels at home in every wedding. It’s comfortable on the beach at sunset, in a springtime field, in the ballroom during cocktail hour. An all-around fine choice for a woman who values simple design, straightforward appeal.
This simple and elegant design matches its wearer. The gentle flow of the cherry’s grain curves a placid arc around the finger, cradled in the white gold setting. Its wearer is likewise easygoing, affable, equally humble and assured. The single bezel-set diamond draws attention without tumidity, commands the room without bombast. The lightness of the cherry combines with the bright diamond and white gold to create an airy piece that floats effortlessly above the finger for the woman who bounces around the room like a curious bee, the light of foot, and of Eden born.
14K White Gold
.5ct, SI1 Clarity, G-H Color, Good - Very Good Cut Diamond, GIA Certified
Choice of Certified Diamond, Certified Lab-Grown Diamond or 5MM Moissanite in the dropdown
He comes over to your table with a glass of champagne. The tall, amber flute is fizzing with vitality, with meaning. It matches the ballroom’s décor, gilded in rose gold and lit with intention. Inside, the black dots of suits and dresses become a blur—the same people every time, just with different faces. But then there he was, in the corner of the bar, the same jaded look, and you caught his eye. His face was the only one that resolves, his movements were the only ones to discern from the blur, and the bartender handed him two flutes.
Purple has been the color of royalty for millennia. Originally distilled from trace amounts of dye found in oysters, clothes, and jewelry with that color was reserved for the Roman Senate, for kings and queens, for the drivers of the world. Here, we present our crown jewels: Purpleheart wood inlaid into a broad crown of white gold, studded with diamonds. This is a ring for true royalty, regal in its amaranthine streaks, and illustrious in its sheen.