Opulent Ruby & pearl necklace
These opulent cabouchon rubies alternate with AAA grade cultured pearls.
AAA grade is the highest quality available, these pearls show an amazing depth of lustre, perfectly round, with a very smooth surface finish.
The rubies are a cabochon cut, an amazing rich opulent shade of red, which is very rare.
We have an extensive range of cabochon & faceted gemstones, which can be combined with pearls as desired, we will gladly show you a selection as desired.
This necklace is 17 inches, can be made in any length, with a selection of catches.
Price guide as shown 19.9 ct total rubies, 10mm pearls secured with a 18ct gold ball catch.
Contemporary ruby pearl necklace
Our website provides an indication of David’s contemporary jewellery designs style. A starting point in owning a piece of unique bespoke jewellery, hand made especially for you in his London workshop.
David will make you something to wear and treasure for many years to come. Contacting us begins the fascinating two-way process of inspiration and discussion. This is entirely personalised and culminates in an agreed design and price.
An stunning range is available to purchase direct from stock. When buying a gift, this offers the ability to maintain an element of surprise. If for any reason it isn’t 100 % perfect, it can be exchanged for something that is.
Working in 18ct gold and Platinum,David Ashton jewellery is truly handmade, not cast, or CAD, find out why.
Gem-stones are a life time passion. David only uses the finest natural gem-stones. View beautifully set & loose diamonds, sapphires, rubies & emeralds in the work shop. We will explain the technical considerations thus ensuring the stone you choose is an ongoing delight.
We understand this isn’t always possible therefor are happy to offer a service, using e-mail and telephone, photos and sketches to ensure all the details are perfect.
Prices are guides, for the exact item shown. We work out the cost of each commission. Band width, finger size, stone type, weight and quantity, number of dots and circles selected to suit a design or budget.