Half emerald and half gold, five emerald cut Colombian emeralds totaling 2.99 carats glow opposite rich textured 18k yellow gold in mirroring the stones’ shape. At 7mm wide, this band is a real statement, and its bold color alongside our signature hammer-textured reflecting the light only adds to the lusty, luxurious look of this one-of-a-kind piece. Wear it sometimes with the gold facing outward, sometimes with only the emeralds facing outward, and sometimes with a bit of both sections peeking out, to keep people guessing and your own secret of versatility within one special ring.
Ready to ship in a size 7. For all other sizes, please contact us to inquire if the piece can be created in your size, as these gemstones are extremely limited. Alternative quotes will be provided for alternative sizes depending on the material cost.
Emeralds are more brittle than sapphires or diamonds, so please be mindful while wearing them. Clean this ring with warm soapy water but keep gentle scrubbing to a minimum.
Created in New York City from the world's finest materials.
- In stock one-of-a-kind design. - Materials are high-polished 18K yellow gold, tourmalated quartz, white and natural-colored diamonds. - Diamond carat weight totals approximately 4.43. - Earrings weigh 19g and measure 7.7 cm long. - Tourmalated Quartz: 15cm wide x 26mm long x 6.8 thick. - Made in New York City from the world's finest materials and ethically-sourced stones. - Available to ship within 3-5 business days.
Orders ship via FedEx with insurance. Tracking information will be sent to you when your order ships. Pieces typically ship within 3-4 weeks as they are custom made to order in NYC, although rush shipping may be available for certain items. Please contact us to check if rush delivery is available in your area. A ring that has been sized for you is final sale.
1. Wrap a length of string or ribbon around the base of your finger. Select a size that will slide on and off your finger over your knuckle easily. 2. With a pen, mark the point on the string where the ends meet. 3. Place the string on a ruler to measure the length. 4. Once you have the measurement in millimeters head to our chart to check your recommended size.