Three Sisters Ring
|Material:||9 Karat Rose Gold|
This ring was handmade by Laura in Melbourne. It has 2 Australian sapphires and one diamond set on a 9 karat rose gold band. Each of the sapphires is a slightly different colour and the diamond has that gorgeous salt and pepper quality to it. These stones were carefully selected to fit together in this unique setting that Laura designed and created by hand.
It was made using 100% reclaimed/recycled gold. For more information on why it’s important to use reclaimed/recycled gold click here.
This sparkling ring comes beautifully gift packaged in a wooden box made by the New Zealand team at GIVE. These guys make special bespoke wooded jewellery boxes for Coral Covey that are made from sustainable forest woods with care, quality and workmanship. Included is also special care instructions for the ring.
If you need guidance regarding sizes, please email Laura to discuss details – firstname.lastname@example.org. Not sure of your ring size, click here to find out what size you need.
Laura made this ring with her two sisters in mind, hence the name. Although they are all very different both in looks (you would never suspect they are related) and interests, they are very close.
“My partner and I engaged Laura with the task of commissioning a unique piece of jewellery. Laura was loosely briefed by my partner and totally took the concept and ran with it. Communication was forthcoming with frequent updates along the way, including illustrations and photos of concepts. The final product blew all involved away! Couldn’t recommend Coral Covey any more thoroughly!”
“Laura was attentive and really listened to what I wanted. She is very friendly and easy to deal with, communicating through the process with sketches, test models and the finer details. I would highly recommend Laura for any jewellery with a personal touch. It makes it all the better knowing its made from reclaimed silver!”
“I have a Coral Covey original – It is delicate and beautifully made. I love it. I can’t speak highly enough of Laura and the pieces she creates.”