Diamonds for April

Diamond is the birthstone of April

It is also used to celebrate 10th and 60th year anniversaries.

I love adding a scattering of diamonds to my work, I use uncut diamonds and faceted in many of the colours they can be found.

Diamonds are known for their hardness and durability.

Diamonds have traditionally been a symbol of  strength, stability and everlasting love.

Known for being one of natures most beautiful creations, formed under intense pressure underground for more than a billion years.

Here are just a few of our diamond set rings. 

Lichen texture ring set with a scattering of round brilliant cut diamonds.

Unisex lichen and diamond wedding ring. 

This ring also works as an engagement ring, paired with a gold twig wedding band.

Black rose cut diamond set onto a gold twig band, paired with a gold twig ring to create a wedding and engagement ring set.

Rose cut diamond engagement and wedding band set.

Our leaf eternity band could also be worn with these to create a nature lovers stack.
This gold twisted twig ring is set with a round brilliant cut diamond to create a delicate engagement ring, paired with plaited grass meadow grass band.
Perfect for a woodland or meadow wedding.

Plaited meadow grass wedding and engagement set.
Our classic gold twig ring, set with a round brilliant cut diamond.
This can be paired with a twig wedding band, plaited grass, rye grass, fir tree, cow parsley band, leaf band or twisted twig are just a few of the other options.

We have many engagement, wedding and eternity ring options.

Our inspiration is the world around us, woodland, countryside, coastlines.
We take textures from leaves, twigs, lichen, bark, sea urchin and pebbles.

Our leaf band ring with a scattering of diamonds.
Perfect on its own or to stack.
We can set this band with your choice of stones.

Leaf eternity band.
We love using uncut diamonds, they fit beautifully with the lichen textured bands.

We've made some gold lichen bands with smaller uncut diamonds scattered all around, this one pictured features one central stone set into the 18ct yellow gold.

Lichen and uncut diamond.
'Dia-mon-d'  from the Greek word 'Adamas' meaning indestructible.

"On difficult days, when the world is on your shoulders, remember that diamonds are made under the weight of mountains." - Beau Taplin


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