Nuanced shades of rich gold and subtly proportioned ridges make these rings sing when stacked together, paying homage to their architectural origins. But they have been designed to add a hint of form and detail to any existing stack, or bridal option.
Wide band measures 3.5mm, narrow band measures 2.7mm. With this design we're re-introducing an old favorite alloy of ours: 18k green gold, and our new, preferred shade of 14k yellow gold: 14k Blonde. Green gold features a higher silver content than standard 18k yellow gold, making it a slightly cooler, crisper color, stunning when paired next to other yellow golds to showcase it's, and their, color. Blonde gold is ever so slightly paler and even slightly frosty, as compared to traditional 14k yellow. Its differences are very subtle so it will compliment other 14k golds, as well as lower karats, and even higher karat yellow golds.
Image number 1 and 2 show a narrow band in 18k yellow, wide in 18k green, and a wide in 14k Venetian.
Image 3 shows a narrow band in 18k yellow and the wide band in 14k Venetian.
Image 4 shoes two wide bands in alternate metal options: 14k rose and platinum.
The metals we have chosen to list here are just our favorites for this style, and color which we find very versatile, but other karat and metal options are available. Please inquire email@example.com for pricing.
Gold bands are matte finished unless polished is requested. Sterling Silver rings are polished unless otherwise requested.