I’m always trying to find the best ways to display the jewellery I make, because some of the most successful designs that I make are the ones that shut up and let the gem do the talking, which is exactly what you get with a Tension Ring. This style of ring is specially made to use as little metal as possible by using the setting of the ring as the main source of strength rather than the band, lifting it up above so that it is able to catch the light better and to be the main focus of the piece.
All of our gold is ethically sourced and extremely high quality, while this setting can also feature a silver band with gold shoulders.
In this case, the gem is an incredible high-grade Aquamarine stone, perhaps one of the most famously beautiful gems in the world. It’s available in a variety of styles and intensities, from dark sea blue all the way to the subtle blue of the sky, and as fascinated cultures around the world for centuries. It’s the birth stone for the month of March and its connection with the sea was made by the Romans who named it, not just for its colour, but because they believed it could protect you from storms on sea voyages.