Pearl and Semi Precious Stone Ring

Style Number: RI575

Each ring is unique, with a cultured south sea or cultured tahitian pearl set onto an 18ct white or yellow gold ring. A semi-precious stone such as a tourmaline, aquamarine, citrine or amethyst, is set opposite the cultured pearl. Across the center of the ring are six diamonds (from .12ct)
We are also able to design a bespoke ring with cultured pearls and stones. Call us on 020 7373 3369 to discuss your requirements or to make an appointment to meet our designer.

Prices start from £3773 for the cultured pearl and stone rings.

This ring was recently featured in The Jewish Chronicle Edge magazine.

  • Pearl type: Tahitian Pearls Learn more

    Pearl type

    They grow in the Black lipped oyster which produces black pigment and are found in the surrounding area of the archipelago of French Polynesia, Panama and Mexico.

  • Pearl size: 8-18mm in diameter Learn more

    Pearl size

    Tahitian pearls are mainly 8-18mm in diameter although they can grow to 21mm.

  • Pearl shape: Round
  • Pearl colour: Multi-coloured Learn more

    Pearl colour

    Their colours are naturally dark and range from grey to black and peacock green to aubergine; however, they can sometimes be very light in colour from white to yellow and pink all of which have grey overtones..

  • Pearl lustre: High Learn more

    Pearl lustre

    Always choose the pearls with the deepest lustre within the budget set, if necessary compromising on size and surface perfection, as it is the lustre which will light up the wearer’s face and will therefore be most flattering. All the pearls we use in Coleman Douglas Pearls jewellery are individually chosen for their lustre.

  • Pearl surface: Very Good
  • Nacre quality: High Learn more

    Nacre quality

    The nacre thickness of a cultured Tahitian pearl starts at .9mm and usually has a 2.5mm nacre thickness.The thicker the nacre is, the longer the pearls will last, and usually the better their lustre will be.

  • Gemstones: Tourmaline, Aquamarine, Citrine or Amethyst

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