The 'Nuri' ring
Elevated octagonal green tourmaline, bound by our signature pointed claw setting has been set atop solid gold steps that descend to geometric shoulders and a gemstone studded band. This substantial ring is our heaviest piece to date. Hand engraved patterns glimmer in the light and lead down to two arched doorways, centred with ascending tourmalines and sapphires. An ode to the architecture of the Mughal and Ottoman Empires.
We are open to customisation on existing work, so if you have a preference on stones, be it colour or type ie, sapphire, diamonds etc, we would love to hear your ideas. Please email email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible with options and pricing.
Tourmalines vary in shade, if you have a preference, please let us know through the order notes. All stones are subject to availability.
Band tapers from 3.7mm at each side, after stone details, to 2.7mm in the centre at the back. The face of the ring measures 12.3mm top to bottom, 11mm wide, and sits 4.6mm off the finger.
The centre stone is a 1.05ct (5x7mm) green tourmaline and the side stones are two 1.75 round seafoam tourmalines, two 1mm green sapphires and two 1.5mm green tourmalines
9ct recycled gold or 18ct recycled gold. Handmade in Brighton.
This piece is made to order, please allow 8-10 weeks for delivery. Each stone naturally varies in colour/inclusions. Should you need this piece sooner, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request, and we will try our best to accommodate.