Amethyst & Emerald Vine Leaf Ring
We have seen some interesting organic forms leaving the workshop recently.
Vines and leaves work harmoniously with engagement ring design, twisting their way to the centre with delicate leaves to dot the journey.
This engagement ring is a bespoke creation made for a lady who loves all things cosy and natural. The deep purple and emerald green is giving us all the mystical winter feels.
"Amethyst is crystalline quartz in colors ranging from pale lilac to deep reddish purple. With a relatively high hardness of 7, the February birthstone is a fine facetable jewelry gem for all purposes. Lower grades of material can be cabbed, carved, and made into a great variety of beads and other ornamental objects."
Amethsyt being the recipient's favourite stone and the emeralds representing her parteners birthstone - the month of May.
There are so many ways of adding hidden sentiment to your jewellery and birthstones are a wonderful route to explore. If you would like to find out your birthstone we have complied a list below:
January : Garnet
February : Amethyst
March : Aquamarine
April : Diamond
May : Emerald
June : Alexandrite
July : Ruby
August : Peridot
September : Sapphire
October : Pink Tourmaline
November : Citrine
December : Blue Topaz
If you like the idea of using a birthstone for an engagement ring but are concerned about the durability of some of the softer stones like peridots and aquamarines, then you could look at coloured sapphires as an alternative.
Sapphires are very hard - making them a brilliant contender for a centre stone, they come in a wonderful array of shades and colours. If you would like to find a sapphire to match the shade of a birthstone, please do get in touch and we can see what we can source for you.
A very big congrats to the newly engaged couple! Thank you for asking us to make such a wonderful unusual ring.
All at Element x