18 Karat Gold Ring by Artist with Rose Quartz and Diamonds
18 Karat Gold Ring by Artist with Rose Quartz and Diamonds
18 Karat Gold Ring by Artist with Rose Quartz and Diamonds
18 Karat Gold Ring by Artist with Rose Quartz and Diamonds

18 Karat Gold Ring by Artist with Rose Quartz and Diamonds

Regular price €7,800.00

This Fairy Tale ring in 18 Karat yellow gold with diamonds and huge rose quartz was featured in Vogue UA published issue (in the version with the blue topaz). It is a jewellery by artist, designed by the oil painter Polya Medvedeva, who's mission for the last 10 years was a creation of the outstanding jewellery designs, which have never been seen before. Rose quartz brings luck in love, and touches the skin.

It is a limited edition ring, which looks like it came from the fairy tale book of the old times. The rose gem fits the best to the gold, make the ring look as romantic as it can be. It was many years of research in aesthetics (both, theoretical and practical) to find the design solutions of such looks for the jewellery, including the way to incrust a traditional gem cut and shape new and splendid way, which will make the piece noticeable and outstanding. The jewellery design process for the oil painter Polya is to create pieces as the art objects, which will not look like something you can find easily.

The ring is incrusted with four white round diamonds and huge rose quartz, which makes the ring very attractive for the eyes. The ring is pretty heavy and pleasant to wear, it can create very special look with the right chosen dress. Please feel free to discuss with the artist your ideas.

The ring can be also ordered with the different gems, including similar looking pretty expensive morganite, or tear-clean rock crystal. The gem is touching the skin, which may be delightful for those, who are interested in Ayurveda.

The delicate blossoms of the freesia flowers are on top of the gem. This makes the design look new, contemporary, tender and elegant. The idea of the not-yet opened blossoms shall lead us in love, which we should always take thankful as a gift, as a mystery, which we never will be able to open.