Rings

Dorette

Bague Couronnee Ring

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Price:

$1065.00

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one-of-a-kind item: ( OOAK )
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Bague Couronnee Ring
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This one-of-a-kind Dorette ring is a playful, circular dance of multi-colored gems and ceramic evil eye which form an open circle. Each of the tiny stones, including spinel, tsavorite, sapphire, garnet, emerald, diamond and tourmaline, is meticulously hand-set in 18K gold and backed with sterling silver. The open design is centered on a polished 18K gold band and exudes a casual elegance and whimsical sophistication.

total height : 3/4" : 18K yellow gold and sterling silver 
spinel : 2mm diameter : .06ct
tsavorite : 3mm x 3mm : .13ct
blue sapphire : 2mm diameter : .07ct
garnet : 1.5mm diameter : .05ct
ceramic eye : 1.5mm x 2.5mm : .06ct
emerald : 1.5mm diameter : .02ct
pink tourmaline : 2mm x 3mm : .02ct
diamonds : 3 : 1.5mm diameter to 2mm x 3.5mm : .14cttw
18K yellow gold band width : 1mm
size available :  6.75
please contact us for sizing options 

total height : 3/4" : 18K yellow gold and sterling silver 
spinel : 2mm diameter : .06ct
tsavorite : 3mm x 3mm : .13ct
blue sapphire : 2mm diameter : .07ct
garnet : 1.5mm diameter : .05ct
ceramic eye : 1.5mm x 2.5mm : .06ct
emerald : 1.5mm diameter : .02ct
pink tourmaline : 2mm x 3mm : .02ct
diamonds : 3 : 1.5mm diameter to 2mm x 3.5mm : .14cttw
18K yellow gold band width : 1mm
size available :  6.75
please contact us for sizing options 

Paris - Catherine Lévy has always had a passion for making beautiful jewelry. As a child growing up on Paris, she would assemble wearable creations made from chick peas, pebbles, snail shells and other random objects. She continued to hone her creativity while attending art school where she studied design. During her travels to India, she became dazzled by the profusion of personal adornment she encountered and dreamed of mixing the lush richness of traditional jewelry with jewelry forms of the French provinces. The result is her collection based on the color, form and natural shape of precious gems - each piece 'diffuses a singular murmur and (is) always cheerful company'.