9ct white gold, olive green australian sapphire. this design could incorporate any rectangular stone..a ruby or diamond would look amazing. im obsessed with the coloured australian sapphires and the parti sapphires they are great value and unique to australia. this example is $1600. prices vary depending on the individual stone cost and the type of metal used.
Marquise stones are an elegant shape and work well in a solitaire setting. the knife blade band compliments the shape of the stone. the ring is designed to fit comfortably next to a wedding band, setting the stone lower to the band makes a beautiful dress ring.
The couple who commisioned these rings wanted matching bands. both have the date randomly stamped on them and the woman's band has a simply set 40pt diamond.
Carved engagement ring in 9ct white gold with a baguette diamond, matching mens ring in 9ct white gold.
18ct white gold, half carat princess cut diamond. approximatly $4000, using a high quality diamond.
These fine rings make beautiful weddings bands or a simple dress ring, they also stack neatly next to another ring. available with black or white diamonds. approximately $1800-$2200 in 9ct gold.
The rabbit ring is my favourite ring design, its about reducing the design down to its simplist.the design is based on the easiet way to stick a stone on a band.this design uses princess cut gem stones.the dimensions of the ring are built around the dimensions of the stone.
18ct rose gold, 16x1pt diamonds.
This is my favourite engagement ring design.its important when buying an engement ring to consider the wedding band to be placed next to it.the wedding band for this ring is its reverse taper. the effect creates a wonderful diagonal line between the two rings.this ring is in raw 18ct white gold featuring a 40pt princess cut diamond. when i say raw what i mean is that it hasnt been rhodium plated.most white gold jewellery is rhodium plated.i personally love the greyness of this alloy, although im more than happy to plate it for you.
Platinum, 1ct diamond. an exercise in fluidity.