Espresso martini or margarita?
Wait, not that kind of cocktail. We’re talking the piste de resistance of your hand armour – our iconic cocktail rings. While we don’t want to use the cliché, ‘no jewellery collection is complete without it’, in actual fact, no jewellery collection is complete without it. We had to say it.
And because the time is now and the rules are out of the window, the style mileage of a cocktail ring is surprisingly wide-reaching. Why not dress up for the office today? Maybe Monday needed some extra energy. And as we squeeze the very last of the sunshine out of this season, a cocktail ring updates outfits for events glam and not so.
For a little inspiration, here’s a few of our current favourites. New in, the Leyton Flanders Emerald Ring, from the Chelsea collection, should only be worn if you’re prepared for the compliments to flood in. The baby cocktail ring showcases a classic trilogy design with a Flanders cut – a modified Round Brilliant with an impressive total of 61 facets.
From the same collection, our Alma Canary Radiant Ring will also dazzle. It features a Radiant cut centrepiece with two Triangle-cut stones. Our Radiant cut has 70 facets for stunning light and colour. Can you resist? Probably not.
For a dash of millennial pink, opt for the Gemma Pink Cocktail Ring, which is a timeless trilogy with a Brilliant cut. You can let the drama speak for itself or pair it with an everyday band or stacking rings on your index finger for a modern look. For something a bit more classic check out the Rosemond Ruby Oval Ring, a gorgeous ruby ring designed to complete that fabulous evening look.
For some drama, don’t miss the Jessica Emerald Princess Ring – AKA green envy is for cocktail parties or just to elevate the everyday, it features a 7ct. eqv. Princess cut as its centre stone with triangle cut shoulders. Also take a look at the Leyton Flanders ring - a beautiful emerald ring, the Fulton Emerald Pendant, a classic emerald necklace and the Fulton Double Prong Studs if you are looking for emerald stud earrings.
Another round? Oh, go on then.
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