A timeless and poetic take on turquoise.
I always thought of turquoise as the carnation of the jewelry world, corny, a little dated and decidedly inelegant. Until I saw Pippa Small’s opulent turquoise double Greek ring, that is. Revealing the flawless technique of a master artisan at her best, the richly variated color and exquisite setting imbues the stunning piece with a vibrant aliveness that makes the ring the very essence of lust-worthiness.
Made from either Old Iranian turquoise—which is considered the purest—or American from the old mines of Arizona, the setting is 18 karat yellow gold. Like the maligned carnation, “a moment’s ornament” is also a bloom designed to last.
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