Pop Superstud Faceted Rectangular White Mother Of Pearl & Tanzanite Ring

Stephen Webster
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Pop Superstud Faceted Rectangular White Mother Of Pearl & Tanzanite Ring

$1,320
$660 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
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    Alpha S
    Metric 16.5mm
Color:
mother of pearl
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Description
Designer

Sterling silver ring with faceted multi-cut tanzanite and faceted rectangle shaped white mother of pearl details

  • Total tanzanite carat weight is 10.25
  • 1.85 inches long
  • 0.79 inches at widest point
  • Ring is not sizeable

Material: Sterling silver, tanzanite, and mother of pearl

Brand: Stephen Webster

Origin: United Kingdom

Spikes, skulls, and crosses are just some of the glam- and Goth-rock motifs you’ll find in Stephen Webster’s sensuous, award-winning jewelry collection. Based in London, Webster is a dedicated craftsman — pairing stunning diamonds, emeralds, and rubies against intricate settings made from black rhodium, gold, and silver. Sharp edges abound, from the shark’s jaw cuff bracelet in white gold and pavé diamonds to the highwayman rosary (a shield-and-dagger men’s necklace made of silver, hematite and blue tiger’s eye beads). Seven Deadly Sins, a collection of couture cocktail rings, uses precious gemstones and highly stylized settings to convey greed, sloth, and other spiritual maladies. When Webster’s not designing his own line, he serves as creative director of Garrard, the world’s oldest jewelry design house.