Contemporary ruby ring in yellow gold with dots & circles
Rub-over set in yellow gold a fine round faceted ruby, on an 18ct white gold ring with randomly spaced yellow gold dots & circles. Contemporary ruby ring
This ring would make a perfect ruby anniversary ring. Stacks perfectly with engagement, wedding or eternity rings.
David Ashton handcrafts his jewellery in London. Particularly proud to offer an exceptional level of personalisation. Undeniably perfect to wear every day, they are comfortable and substantial enough to last a lifetime.
Because gemstones are a lifetime passion, David & Nicola have both studied at the internationally recognised Gem-A. Furthermore passed the prestigious DGA. An extensive stock of beautiful diamonds, sapphires, rubies & emeralds is available for you to select from. Importantly we will gladly show you a selection, discuss and explain the technical and aesthetic considerations. Without a doubt, the stone you choose will exceed your expectations, and be an ongoing delight.
David Ashton has been making mixed metal rings for over 25 years they have become somewhat of a signature. The pattern is all the way through the ring, so won’t wear away.
Available in 18ct yellow with white gold, or the reverse. Therefore number of dots and circles can be varied to suit, with larger or smaller diamonds, sapphires, rubies or emeralds as desired.
Acting sustainably is at the core of everything that we do. Our stringent sourcing procedures, selection processes and certification requirements mean that the diamonds & gemstones in every piece of David Ashton jewellery are guaranteed to be ethically produced and 100 % conflict-free.
Price guide as shown 0.5ct round faceted ruby set in 5mm 18ct gold. Contemporary ruby ring
Elegantly modern, designed for life, unmistakable David Ashton creations. Internationally recognised, his iconic ring stacks have been seen in Elle, Vogue, V&A, & the TATE to name a few
In his younger years, David trained as a scientific and medical instrument maker in Cambridge and, subsequently as an aircraft engineer. Importantly this provided him with a unique perspective on precision manufacturing which he then applied to jewellery making.