Ruby framed with diamonds 18ct ring
This perfect red ruby rub-over set in yellow gold, framed with fine brilliant cut diamonds, on a yellow gold ring. This is the narrowest ring David makes.
Handcrafted in our London workshop. Enjoy the luxury of choosing the centre stone. Diamond, sapphire or ruby are all suitable for daily wear. A wide range of natural colours is available, not just the traditional white, blue and red.
Set in 18ct gold this fine Burmese Ruby is the finest colour, clarity & cut. An amazing depth of colour perfectly balanced with brightness, framed with brilliant cut diamonds adds brilliance and sparkle from every angle.
This ring stacks perfectly with engagement, ruby anniversary or eternity rings
David Ashton handcrafts his jewellery in London, particularly proud to offer an exceptional level of personalisation. Perfect to wear every day. Absolutely 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. Furthermore attained 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.
Platinum, or rose gold also suits this design with larger diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds, combinations as desired.
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Price guide as shown, 0.26ct Burmese Ruby, framed with 24 diamonds, 2.6 mm 18ct yellow gold.
Elegantly modern, designed for life, and unmistakably 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, consequently as an aircraft engineer. Importantly, this gave him a unique perspective on precision manufacturing, which he then applied to jewellery making.