The Ring That's Shocking the Jewelry Industry
Sitting in our office, we were, frankly, a little bored. Maybe it was some residual pandemic stir craziness. Maybe we just wanted a bit of fun. John, our head of procurement, came up with solution to our ennui: a competition. “Let’s send six of our greatest high-end designers a collection of gems to experiment with and ask them to create the most stunning ring possible,” he said. Naturally, all six accepted.
The rings were all exemplary, but one stood out. Marco, a longtime Stauer associate, found perfection by placing a labradorite hexagon front and center and surrounding it with baguettes of pink rhodolite and rounds of black spinel. Weighing in at 2-3/5 total carats and executed in yellow gold-finished .925 sterling silver, the Primo Hexagon Necklace is that creation. If you want a necklace unlike any other, get the Primo Hexagon Necklace and see what happens when you let high-end jewelry designers play around until they find perfection.
- 2 3/5 CTW
- Yellow Gold-finished .925 Sterling Silver setting
- (1) hexagon 10x10mm Labradorite
- (6) baguette 4x2mm Rhodolite
- (2) round 2mm black Spinel
- (4) round 1.5mm black Spinel
- 6.5mm H x 14mm W
- Overall drop 25mm
- 18"+2" length
- Lobster clasp
- 6 grams