Batu Kali Blue Topaz Ring

John Hardy
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Batu Kali Blue Topaz Ring

$995
$525 Gilt
Size (US):
Women's Rings
US Alpha Metric
3 XS 14.5mm
4 XS 14.9mm
4.25 XS 15.04mm
4.5 XS 15.27mm
4.75 XS 15.53mm
5 XS 15.7mm
5.25 XS 15.9mm
5.5 XS 16.1mm
5.75 XS 16.3mm
6 S 16.5mm
6.25 S 16.7mm
6.5 S 16.92mm
6.75 M 17.13mm
7 M 17.35mm
7.25 M 17.45mm
7.5 M 17.75mm
7.75 M 17.97mm
8 L 18.2mm
8.25 L 18.4mm
8.5 L 18.9mm
9 L 19.0mm
9.5 L 19.4mm
10 L 19.8mm
10.5 L 20.2mm
10.75 L 20.4mm
11 L 20.6mm
11.5 XL 21.0mm
12 XL 21.4mm
  • 6
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    Alpha S
    Metric 16.5mm
  • 7
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    Alpha M
    Metric 17.35mm
Color:
blue topaz
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Description
Designer

Sterling silver and blue topaz large square ring

  • Total blue topaz carat weight is 16.20
  • ¾ inches wide
  • Ring is sizeable by up to half a size larger or smaller

Material: Sterling silver and blue topaz

Brand: John Hardy

Origin: Imported

John Hardy may be Canadian by birth, but he's Balinese by craft. After moving to Bali in 1975 to study with local silversmiths, Hardy and his wife Cynthia launched their luxurious line of richly textured, handmade jewelry pieces. Renowned for meticulous craftsmanship, organic style, and everyday elegance, John Hardy jewelry features intricately wrought silver, gold, and precious gems combined into bold, geometric designs. Intricately wrought pendants, station bracelets, and stud earrings accented with glittering amethyst, blue topaz, and dazzling pave diamonds straddle the line between Art Deco and tribal. Equally fashion-conscious and socially-conscious, Hardy follows the principles of "sustainable luxury," the belief that a business can be successful but still respect local cultures and the environment.