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Three-Stone Sapphire Twig Ring

Gold & Stone Ring

(ID: A82152)
Created by Sarah Hood
This diamond alternative petite twig ring features three sparkling sapphires set in a three-stone prong setting within a slim twig band.

The artist collected the original dogwood twig herself, had it molded and cast, and then hand-formed it into this engagement band. The band is solid 14k white gold. Because of the lost wax method of casting, no trace of the original twig remains, but all of the gorgeous original texture is preserved forever.

Three beautiful sapphires provide a conscious alternative to diamonds and are just as pretty. The center stone is slightly larger than the two side stones for a cascading look that fits the ring perfectly.

Sapphires: (1) 3.75mm, AA grade, diamond-cut white sapphire; (2) 3.25mm, AA grade, diamond-cut white sapphires. The branch measures just over 2mm in diameter. Available in whole and half sizes 5 - 8.

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Sarah HoodThree-Stone Sapphire Twig Ring

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She said yes!


from Washington, DC

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Comments about Three-Stone Sapphire Twig Ring:

I used this ring to propose to my girlfriend who works in environmental policy. I wanted to give her something that evokes a sense of nature and has a minimal impact on the environment. She said yes!

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