A unique and unusual Art Deco style black opal ring featuring special-cut lapis lazuli to the sides of the setting, with small princess diamonds, set in 18k yellow gold. A secret hidden 18k rose gold ring fits in the interior of the main ring.
This is a bespoke design made in the UK to the highest levels of craftsmanship.
Bespoke rings by Emma Franklin start at £3000. To discuss this ring or your own bespoke design, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Franklin's designs feel like you're wearing a whole work of art on your finger, with detail and craftsmanship discovered from every angle. Hidden and surprising detail is a trademark for this designer, without ever feeling fussy or contrived. Lapis lazuli and gold brings a 1970s aesthetic, and the added diamond details along the stepped sides pull from the world of Art Deco. Subtly geometric, her work feels modern yet classic. A truly covetable London jewellery designer.
About Emma Franklin
One of London's most coveted and exciting jewellery designers, Emma Franklin studied at the world-renown Central St Martins School of Art and Design. Since graduating ten years ago, Emma has slowly and carefully built a loyal clientele worldwide who commission bespoke engagement rings and other meaningful, sentimental pieces in the designer's signature style.
Working out of her London studio, Emma builds Deco-inspired designs using the finest materials, often mixing diamonds, precious gemstones and coloured enamel resulting in completely unique and complex designs. Layered and intelligently crafted, Emma's Franklin's designs are smooth and sculptural, featuring a spectrum of colour through gemstones and enamel, and are remarkably comfortable to wear.
Discover more of Emma's work below, and contact Kate@thecutlondon.com to make an appointment to visit the studio.