Colored Solitaires and Bands

Brooke Gregson

Diamond Trio Prism Ring

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$3250.00

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Diamond Trio Prism Ring
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The center diamond in this stunning, one-of-a-kind Brooke Gregson ring shimmers like a golden, light-filled prism. The natural stone is covered in a surface of light reflecting facets to reveal tones of honey, canary, and subtle chartreuse. It is encased in a meticulously hand-crafted bezel of 18K yellow gold and flanked by two kite-shaped white diamonds. The trio diamond design is centered on the round 18K yellow gold band an makes a stunningly sophisticated and earthy alternative to the traditional diamond engagement ring.

ring face : 5/16" x just under 3/4"
yellow diamond : 5.5mm x 5.5mm : .50ct
side diamonds : 3mm x 5mm each 
18K yellow gold band width : 2mm 
size available : 6+
please contact us for sizing options 

 

 

ring face : 5/16" x just under 3/4"
yellow diamond : 5.5mm x 5.5mm : .50ct
side diamonds : 3mm x 5mm each 
18K yellow gold band width : 2mm 
size available : 6+
please contact us for sizing options 

LONDON / LOS ANGELES - Combining her passions of jewelry, textiles, astrology and precious stones, Brooke Gregson has created a statement-making collection of fine jewelry with a distinctive direction. With studios in both London and Los Angeles, Brooke designs and produces her Astrology and Hand-Woven Silk jewelry with a fluid, feminine aesthetic. Inspired at a young age by her father's extensive collection of fine jewelry, she began creating her pieces at an early age. As a consummate artist, textile designer and jeweler, Brooke is continually creating and experimenting with different organic material combinations.