Asymmetric Tourmaline And Diamond Ring
This signature asymmetric pear tourmaline and diamond ring is made in recycled 18ct yellow gold and each stone is carefully selected for its colour and character. This one-of-a-kind tourmaline has an ocean blue-green colour with an accompanying round white diamond. The stones and their settings are on top of the band, which allows it to be worn with other rings side by side, perfect for stacking with other rings or as an engagement and wedding stack.
Band – 2mm x 1.3mm Inverted D Profile
Size N 1/2, please get in touch if you require another size.
Tourmaline is one of the birthstones of October, and is the more durable of the two, its counterpart being opal. Tourmaline has been said to be a stone of reconciliation, a stone that fosters compassion and cool headedness, healing and friendship. It also creates a commitment towards the completion of one’s goals and is said to protect the wearer against dangers. It is also the gem that married couples traditionally gift on their 8th wedding anniversary.
Since completing her MA in 2018 from London’s prestigious Royal College of Art, Rachel Jones has continued to research and experiment with gold in order to create bespoke colours and alloys of gold.
Working from her studio in Islington, Rachel creates one of a kind pieces made from her own alloyed gold combined with special hand selected gemstones.
Over the past decade, Rachel Jones has gained experience in many aspects of the jewellery industry from working for notable jewellers Lin Cheung, Ruth Tomlinson, Mark Nuell and Romilly Saumarez Smith to teaching and consulting at Bishopsland Educational Trust.
To look after your jewellery we recommend it must not be worn in the bath, shower or whilst swimming and we advise any perfume or hairspray is to be applied before putting on your jewellery to avoid contact with chemicals and cosmetics. Please remove your jewellery before engaging in practical activities such as sport.
Please get in touch to enquire about our cleaning services and restoring surface finishes.