Cornwall LivingIssue #85
Where beauty meets variety
Discover this beautiful new collection from the master jewellers at Michael Spiers.
Sometimes a tradition does not tell the whole story. Thus, here in the south west, we have long divided gems into precious and unusual types. And yet, these categories do not do justice to the larger group, which is characterised by staggering variety and beauty. The unusual gems group, which includes pink or green tourmaline, tanzanite and aquamarine, covers well over 100 types of stone, each with their own allure and associations. There is so much to discover, so why not start here, with a gorgeous collection from Michael Spiers?
Green Tourmaline and Diamond Ring
This enchanting green tourmaline cluster ring is surrounded with brilliant cut diamonds, crafted in 18 carat white gold.
Aquamarine and Diamond Ring
Strikingly beautiful, this sensational ring is a bold and distinctive alternative to a classic diamond ring. Effortlessly fusing classic, vintage-inspired design with a modern edge, this beautiful ring features an emerald cut aquamarine which is surrounded by a halo of sparkling brilliant cut diamonds, set on a polished 18 carat white gold band.
Yellow Sapphire and Diamond Ring
Big, bright and colourful, this triple cluster ring is a great standout piece. With a gradient cut yellow sapphire taking centre stage, this ring is also surrounded by diamonds. The beautiful ring is set in a mixture of 18 carat white and yellow gold.
Green Sapphire and Diamond Ring
The sapphire is a beautiful, sparkling and durable gem, ideal for daily wear. Contrary to popular belief, sapphires are not only available in a blue colour and this exquisite, rare green sapphire is a fine example. Displayed in the centre of this triple cluster ring with baguette cut diamonds flanked either side, surrounded by brilliant cut diamonds.
This beautiful collection needs seeing to be fully appreciated, so if you’re looking for that next piece to add to your collection, be it for everyday wear or special occasions, be sure to pop into Michael Spiers Truro during your day spent exploring Cornwall’s cathedral city.