Queen of the sea.
This ring is made of 18 karat yellow gold with 0,285 ct. of diamonds and small fresh water pearls. The inside of the ring is ajour cut in a scene of an underwater world. Complete with coral, fish and a whale. A surprise can be found on the inside!
The size of the ring in stock is 17 1/4. This one cannot be resized.
If you need a different size you can place an order.
The ring Queen of the Sea can also be made in white or red gold.
I also have very small gold coloured south sea pearls and Tahiti pearls in stock that could be used instead of freshwater pearls. The delivery time for this ring can take up to 8 weeks.
Inspired by the fond clam, the latin name is the tridacna gigas. The largest species of bivalve shellfish can grow up to a meter and a half in diameter and weigh 250 pounds! With great exception, they can sometimes produce a pearl. These are white pearls with a kind of flame structure. Very rare and very expensive. What may also be interesting to look up on the Internet, is the pearl of the Conche shell. A protected species that can produce pink pearls, but these are also incredibly rare, and unbeliveble expensive! Many people do not know of the existence of these pearls. Should you ever visit a fair like the Tefaf in Maastricht, you can sometimes see jewellery with these pink Conche pearls.