Focusing on a selection of rings for this post. Necklaces were previously featured, and there's an unusual collection of jewelry in Titanium, where the metal has been anodized to color as part of the design, still to come.
Unusual, but not actually attractive. The setting of a stone that large with only four prongs worries me, and I find the underside of the pedals, where the cutout structure from the casting is apparent, unimpressive
Purple Rose ring, set with a 10ct Burmese ruby
These next two are clearly to show off the primary stones which are, admittedly, impressive
Pink Volute ring in 18kt pink gold supporting a 10ct yellow-brown diamond. The smaller stones are Top Wesselton diamonds, an archaic European term for F/G white stones, referring to a long-closed diamond mine.
Catch Me ring in 18kt pink gold. The primary stone is a 20ct pink-brown monster
Harmony ring with a 25ct cushion-cut sapphire as the main stone