The Three Graces’ own idea! Based on our exacting aesthetics and expertise, we have designed an item which honors the place of the ring in the history of jewelry.
Incorporating the essence of the construction of the stirrup rings of the thirteenth and the fourteenth century, clean lines and a single gemstone mark this modern interpretation for inclusion in the future history reference book of rings.
A variation on the stirrup style, this simple unadorned hoop of 18k yellow gold attaches to a rectangular bezel with cut off corners.
Placed within is a deep green emerald cut emerald of 1.33 carats. Its color dark and rich, the clarity fine with only light inclusions visible with magnification. The edges of the bezel precisely cover the borders of the gemstone echoing the eight-side configuration.