Emerge - a stunningly warm-toned dress ring - was inspired by and therefore represents how changes or factors of an ecosystem affect the growth and outcome of nature. It’s only when challenging its surroundings, the final structure appears and settles. It expresses what happens in the natural world through a luxurious form.
Featuring a stunning 8.21ct wide oval cut golden zircon, with hints of orange, brown and yellow, the gemstone showcases an intense and fiery glow. The Emerge Ring expresses what happens in the natural world through a luxurious form, using this luminous fiercely golden zircon. Paired with fine strands of gleaming 18ct yellow gold that curves and folds, intersecting underneath the gemstone as well as across the finger. These asymmetrical twists of gold ultimately balance each other, in order to unfurl and clasp the golden zircon at an extravagent height which sits beautifully atop the wearer’s finger.
This ring is a size Q and can be resized one or two sizes up or down, please request this in the 'notes to seller' section upon checkout.
Product Code: 112212
This design is crafted to your requirements, which takes approximately 3 - 6 weeks. To request a quote or to place an order for alternative gemstone options please contact us.
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Design © The Village Goldsmith Limited 2020
“I cannot recommend this small independent Wellington business highly enough. I have purchased three rings from them since discovering their jewellery on a visit to New Zealand in 2012 and love their contemporary design and style. On my last visit from Scotland, I had the pleasure of meeting Ian Douglas and listening to him talk about where he gets the inspiration for his designs was just wonderful. Quite simply, the quality of workmanship, attention to detail and customer service at The Village Goldsmith are second to none. If I could give them a higher rating I would.” - Sandra Inglis