This 0.90ct Montana sapphire is set in a three prong mounting. It has three recycled RBC diamonds in shared prongs offset on one side, 0.04ctw. There is a knife edge that tapers off both sides of the setting into a domed shank. This ring will be cast in recycled Platinum 950, with a polished finish in a size 6.5, unless otherwise requested at purchase. This ring will take 4 weeks to make once it has been ordered.
Designed by Adrienne Krieger
A Note from the Designer:
A while back, a Buddhist friend of mine told me the story behind an arrow-shaped ring he wore on his finger. The ring pointed away from his body and was a token to help him remember to always point away from self. While I have limited knowledge of Buddhism, it is my understanding that this concept has many facets. Rather than dive into all of the religious components for this one idea, I thought it would be easier to just explain how I interpreted it.
I really just thought this sounded like a beautiful metaphor for a loving relationship. In my mind, it felt like it was a reminder that in moments of strife, it is just as important to give as it is in moments of tenderness. For this reason, I chose a triangle as an ode to the arrow shape I once saw on a friend’s hand. I balanced the primary sapphire in a three-prong triangle with a smaller triangle cluster of diamonds as a way to show that what goes around comes around. And when you give, you also receive.
The Story of the Gem:
In light of #SeptemberSapphire month, we present this Designer piece, featuring a stunning unheated blue-green 0.90 carat natural sapphire, responsibly sourced directly out of Montana and cut by local lapidary artist Dan Canivet. We thought this was the perfect gem to spotlight in a Designer Original piece of jewelry!
Love this ring but you are looking for a different metal? Or perhaps you like the shape, but want it made into a pendant? We would love to work with you on how you can turn this idea into a custom design. Contact us to learn more!