Dainty Ruby Ring
Full of sparkle the dainty ruby ring. A sprinkling of diamonds trace the lightly textured ring band a shining example of why makes modern-day love so appealing.
Our beloved piece never fails to charm us with its dainty details. Cast into 18ct recycled gold the central stone host a round 0.12ctw ruby is complimented with X2 diamond accents.
This dainty ruby ring features a beautiful ruby surrounded by a textured gold band with hand-stamped lines. It adds a touch of sparkle to the hand and is perfect for those who appreciate a minimalistic design.
Rubies are also the birthstone for Lucky July born babies. This dainty pieces makes the perfect spacer to any stacker to compliment your treasured jewels.
This delicate meaningful dainty ruby ring would suit as a promise, engagement or anniversary ring for a romantic gal with delicate charm.
Handmade to order in your ring size within 5 weeks. Each design is meticulously handcrafted in Devon, UK. using recycled gold and ethical sourced stones from a UK supplier. Created by hand using traditional making jewellery technics we are a planet loving business, my packaging is eco friendly and comes gift wrapped in my signature box with gold bear wax seal
Why We Love It
People & Planet
Our eco-friendly methods of crafting jewellery helps reduce the need for mining precious metals. Each piece is meticulously handmade by our small team using traditional jewellery techniques and conscious practices.
Our commitment to the environment can be seen in our use of plastic-free packaging and our efforts to minimize our environmental footprint. With our sustainable alternative, we are not just reducing the demand for precious metals, but also inspiring others to make conscious choices for a better future.
We understand that there is a lot of work ahead of us, but we are fully dedicated to an ethical jewellery practice which protects and support our precious world.
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