Wedding

Polly Wales

Milky Hexagonal Rose Gold Diamond Halo Ring

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Price:

$6000

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one-of-a-kind item: ( OOAK )
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Milky Hexagonal Rose Gold Diamond Halo Ring
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  • Milky Hexagonal Rose Gold Diamond Halo Ring
  • Milky Hexagonal Rose Gold Diamond Halo Ring
  • Milky Hexagonal Rose Gold Diamond Halo Ring

Absolutely breathtaking in its captivating design, this one-of-a-kind Polly Wales diamond solitaire is a stunning, modern and ultra feminine alternative to the traditional engagement ring. The striking and unusual diamond is an elongated hexagon with a rose cut surface and milky tone of platinum gray. It is flanked by inverse brilliant cut diamonds and inverted tapered diamond baguettes to complete this extraordinary composition. All of the stones are set in 18K rose gold using Polly's innovative and unorthodox techniques of setting stones directly into the metal castings. The result is an honest, perfectly imperfect piece of jewelry.

milky center diamond : 6.5mm x 4mm
inverse vertical baguette white diamonds : 2 : 1.5mm x 2.5mm each
inverse tapered baguette white diamonds : 2 : 4mm x 2mm each 
brilliant cut white diamonds : 2 : 1.5mm diameter each
mixed diamonds : 1.295cttw
18K rose gold band width : 1.5mm 
size available : 6.25
please contact us for sizing options

 

milky center diamond : 6.5mm x 4mm
inverse vertical baguette white diamonds : 2 : 1.5mm x 2.5mm each
inverse tapered baguette white diamonds : 2 : 4mm x 2mm each 
brilliant cut white diamonds : 2 : 1.5mm diameter each
mixed diamonds : 1.295cttw
18K rose gold band width : 1.5mm 
size available : 6.25
please contact us for sizing options

LONDON - Polly Wales studied Fine Art Sculpture before following her passion for jewelry and retraining at the Royal College of Art. Combining her skills as a sculptor, her love of traditional casting methods and her craftsmanship, she began to create one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry. Using sapphires, rubies and diamonds cast directly into rich gold, the end masterpieces resemble natural gem encrusted forms or sparkling geodes split open. This unorthodox approach to jewelry design has created a new and exciting niche in the world of fine jewelry design.