Posted on May 14, 2015 by Mary Hood | 0 Comments
We’re living in an exciting era for jewelry. There are endless options for engagement rings, allowing you to express your distinct taste while declaring your love. The diamond solitaire will always be a classic, but nontraditional designs, including colorful stones and unique settings, are on the rise.
Below are a few gemstone rings from our collection that embrace this vivid trend. Each ring features a twig band cast from foliage found in New York City’s Central Park. All rings are handmade in NYC and available in various shades of 18K reclaimed gold. Please see product listings for more details, and feel free to contact us with any questions.
Emerald-cut golden beryl evokes vibrant tropical sunsets in this elegant, art deco-inspired setting. Two bright beryllium sapphires flank the charming yellow stone. This eye-catching combination is perfect for a spirited beauty.
A diamond may be forever, but legend has it that beryl brings joy and marital love to its wearer while the golden beryl in particular also promotes sincerity and sympathy. Now that sounds like a lovers’ gem!
Bring a little glitter and spice into your life. This ruby and topaz ring is delicate but dazzling. Its natural yet clean lines lend it a feminine and subtle grace.
This unique ring features a generously sized black onyx center stone framed by sweet freshwater cultured pearls pointing towards north, south, east, and west. Ideal for a lover of classic and simple combinations, this striking ring epitomizes elegance.
The mounting is influenced by the Georgian period (1714–1837), which often featured nature-inspired designs such as leaves and birds and frequently incorporated precious stones.
With delicate seed pearls and soft rose morganite center stone, this ultra feminine ring conjures the beauty and romance of cherry blossom season in the northeast. Perfect for a dreamy belle.
A twist on the classic three-stone setting, this sapphire engagement ring marries eco-chic and rustic glamour. Durable sapphire stands for truth, wisdom, purity, and blessings—lovely sentiments to accompany any romantic union.
Like the Onyx and Pearl Radiance ring pictured above, this enchanting piece is inspired by the Georgian period of design. It features a stunning blue topaz stone framed by bright green tsavorite garnets in a delicate, nature-inspired setting. These enchanting colors recall the magnificence of a peacock’s plumage.
Which one is your favorite?
Photos: Barbara Michelle Jacobs Jewelry