Evergreen is a show-stopping example of Art Deco (circa 1925) design. This platinum ring centers a long Rectangular Step Cut emerald accompanied by a Guild laboratories certificate stating the emerald weighs approximately 0.80ct with Colombian origin and Minor Clarity enhancement. The vivid green emerald is flanked on either side by a total of four Baguette Cut diamonds each bezel set, with a total approximate weight of 0.70ct, each graded F-G color and VS clarity. The fabulous ring exemplifies Art Deco design with its geometric and angular design. Evergreen sits low on the finger which makes it easy to wear everyday. It is currently a size 6.5 and can be sized to fit some additional ring sizes. Please contact our concierge with sizing questions. Please note, the emerald has a minor chip in the corner. We could not remove the emerald to be polished for fear of disturbing the setting.
Crimson Way is a gorgeous and authentic Victorian era (circa 1900) 14k rose gold cluster ring. This petite ring centers a vivid pinkish-red Round ruby gauged at 0.30ct. The stone is accompanied by a Guild Laboratories certificate stating the ruby is Unheated with Burmese origin, which is the most rare, valuable and coveted ruby combination. Crimson Way is further accented by a halo of seven Old Mine Cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.50ct and adding incredible sparkle to the ring. The ring is finished with a simple 14k rose gold shank that slightly tapers. Crimson Way is currently a size 7.25 and can be sized to fit.