3.05 carat raw grey diamond, 0.32 carat champagne salt and pepper diamond, 0.04 carat brilliant cut white diamond , 18K recycled yellow gold with a matte finish.
The title of this ring comes from the structure of diamonds. When many people think of diamonds, they think of the white, faceted...yeah, you know what I'm talking about. While those diamonds are beautiful in their own right, I would bet that if someone spilt a bag o' diamonds in front of you, it may be challenging to identify what makes each one unique, unless of course you are a trained gemologist.
But the world is diamonds expands far beyond that sparkly white bling we so often think of. This ring illustrates the versatility of raw organic beauty of the natural world through the lens of the diamond while not sacrificing durability. Diamonds are not only beautiful, but they are also extremely hard, a lesser known reason so many turn to the iconic stone for a piece of jewelry to last a lifetime and beyond.
A gift to yourself, an engagement ring, or whatever the occassion, this ring is made with consideration that it may be stacked with another ring; perhaps a wedding ring? Or not?
All diamonds and metals are ethically sourced. It is my top priority and honor to work with other trusted small businesses to select the materials for my jewelry.
This ring is one-of-a-kind and I will happily size it to fit you or your loved one. During checkout, put the correct size in the comments. Thank you!