ANAHI RING WITH AMETRINE AND DIAMONDS
18ct Gold Ametrine and Diamond Cocktail Ring
The stunning ametrine is the focal point of this architectural bespoke cocktail ring. Ametrine is primarily found in the Anahi mine in Bolivia, and it first became famous in the 17th century when a Spanish conquistador received the mine as a dowry upon his marriage to Princess Anahi who was the daughter of the local chieftain. It is said that the blending of the two colours represents the combined love which the princess felt for her people and her foreign husband.
The combination of straight lines juxtaposed with curves conjures a contemporary representation of the opulent articles of jewellery which might have been borne as gifts to the Spanish Queen by the returning conquistadors. The slightly angled centre stone gives a modern twist to the design, with the straight cut baguette diamonds beautifully framing the sides of the emerald cut Ametrine.
Dimensions: 20mm x 25mm x 15mm, band approx width 3mm, depth 2mm. UK Finger size M
Size of this ring can be slightly altered either side of M if necessary.
A GEMSTONE REPORT for this ring can be found by clicking on the Report Number for the ring below:
09LE12 23 Anahi Ring – Ametrine Report
One Off Piece
Please note all work is handmade in house at Lauren Elizabeth and out-of-stock orders and bespoke work can take up to 8 weeks for delivery.
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