Contrast Cut Diamond Cluster Ring
By Ruth Tomlinson
A mix of diamond cuts set in yellow gold.
This Ring is Made to Order
Delivery in 4 - 6 Weeks
A champagne coloured pear cut diamond set amongst a mismatching cluster of white diamonds. Set in the designer’s signature highly coveted style for a relaxed, understated elegance.
Ruth Tomlinson is an independent British contemporary fine jeweller creating ethereal jewels imbued with an otherworldly sense of a bygone era. Celebrating an alternative to the traditional, Ruth produces jewellery that is beautifully designed, skillfully crafted, with a sense of enchantment and a touch of the unexpected. Each as unique as the individual who wears it, inspiring a life-lasting connection between the wearer and their jewels.
Champagne, cognac, whiskey or simply ‘brown’ coloured diamonds are just that - light brown coloured diamonds that were only a few years ago dismissed as poor quality or undesirable alternatives to white diamonds. But in the rise of alternative engagement rings, their use in jewellery design has become more prominent, with some shades being highly covetable. Particularly attractive when mixed with yellow gold, a champagne diamond is wearable, dusky shade of soft yellowy brown, and works particularly well in modern style engagement or commitment rings.
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The ring in the image features a 0.5ct pear cut diamond with a further 0.35cts of mixed cut white diamonds.
14k gold has a lower content of pure gold than 18k gold, as it is comprised of 58% pure gold, 30% silver and 12% copper. Due to the lower pure gold content it is a more affordable gold choice, but is considered less precious.