DOUBLE PETITE COMETE RING TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND
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NAYESTONES is a responsible Belgian jewellery house that combines elegance and ethical luxury with minimalist and contemporary designs.
For her Path of Life collection, Natalie Schayes has designed an 18 carats white, yellow or pink recycled gold solitaire ring set with a Tourmaline stone and white Diamonds ethically sourced. The designer imagined a precious and wavy beauty with a precious stone.
Petite Comète jewellery offers the possibility to create harmonious sets of wedding rings :
- Petite Comète Diamond wedding ring
As a new and contemporary version of the solitaire ring, you can wear the stone on both sides of the finger for a different look.
Crafted in 18 carats yellow, white or pink gold.
Set with a pear-shaped Tourmaline stone (0.51ct) and small white Diamonds (0.175ct) ethically sourced.
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All Nayestones designs are locally manufactured by craftsmen in Antwerp from 100% repurposed gold and ethically sourced stones.
By using repurposed gold, Nayestones is valuing sustainability and reducing its impact on the environment.
Wherever possible, Nayestones sources recycled diamonds to limit the demand for mining. These recycled diamonds have been recut to give them a new shine. There is no difference between recut and new diamonds.
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From 49 to 56.
Other size on order.
If you are a US customer, please select a size and we will contact you in order to get your exact US ring size.
Not sure about the size, the ring sizer can help you.
We have a service where you can shop the ring for the occasion (a present or a surprise) and come back later to order the correct size. We always have one item in our showroom in display.
Please allow 2-3 weeks for production.
This item will be handmade especially for you in our workshops in Antwerp, Belgium.
You can find this Belgian contemporary jewellery design in our showroom based in Overijse, south of Brussels.
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