Sourced Stones: Diamond and Emerald Engagement Ring


Hi all lovebirds! Did you see our Valentine’s Day post a couple weeks back? We sure hope so. If not, let us tell you a little more about it. A client came to us with a family diamond and a vision for a unique, modern, multi-stone engagement ring. When I source stones for our clients, they get the opportunity to see the different options and pick the stone(s) and design that speaks to them the most. I found a handful of emeralds and diamonds of different shapes and sizes to set with the family diamond. He ended up going with an emerald cut emerald to sit diagonally that showcased a really cool contrast of the stones. He also decided to keep the gold band simple so that the stones can be the center(s) of attention. And boy do they shine!! Watch and see how the ring catches and reflects light...SWOON! But my favorite piece of the puzzle - the band features a hammered pattern that reflects rings the couple had previously made together that were also hammered (I loved how intentional this detail was for them!). In every detail, they can see a piece of their story. 

This ring is such a cool and expressive way to tie in beauty told in a diamond passed down through the family alongside a new gemstone symbolizing the beginning of a young love and new family. The options are endless when you have your own ideas. Just know where (& who ;) ) to ask. 


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