Cocktail rings emerged during the hedonistic prohibition era 1920s, when speakeasy drinking dens became a magnet for socialising and illicit drinking. They are inextricably linked to a sense of fun. The dress code was decadent and glamorous, and the jewellery was designed to match. The bigger the better, and the more colourful the ring, the more colourful the character. They are meant to be noticed. This is statement jewellery at its best. Whilst nowadays, cocktail rings are usually considered occasional wear, that does them a disservice. A bold ring makes a statement- so it can be just as effective with a pair of jeans as with an evening gown. It just comes down to attitude, which they have in spades. These should be loved and worn day and night.
Facts & Figures
A symphony of colour, this spectacular 4.23ct cushion cut green quartz cocktail ring is set with 0.53ct pink tourmalines, 0.68ct green tourmalines, 0.21ct tsavorite garnets, 0.30ct pink sapphires and 0.07ct diamonds on the shoulders of the shank set in 18ct rose gold. The rose gold is an inspired choice as it makes the ensemble sing. Available to customise with different gemstones and in different coloured gold. Ring size: 52.5
Personalise the ring with a hand engraved message inside the shank. Please enquire for more information.
In accordance with the Hallmarking Act 1973, all our items are independently hallmarked to verify the fineness of the stated precious metal. This is your guarantee of authenticity- insist on this in all your jewellery purchases. For more information on understanding hallmarks, please refer to this blog. All diamonds are certified conflict free.
Presentation and Packaging
Beautifully presented in a Jacqui Larsson Fine Jewellery branded hinged gift box.