Piece of the Week: Kwiat’s Diamond Signet Ring
Kwiat enlivens a classic style with fancy-cut diamonds.
Entire collections have been built around the idea of embracing the shape one connects with most.
There are those who gravitate toward emerald cuts’ clean lines, the versatility of a round stone, or the uniqueness of a pear shape.
Kwiat’s philosophy on the matter? Embrace them all.
Its new pinky signet ring, hot off the bench, does just that.
The 18-karat gold style, which would suit any gender, incorporates a mix of round diamonds with fancy cuts—oval-shaped diamonds, marquise diamonds, pear shapes, cushion cuts, and baguettes.
The 15 diamonds weigh a total of 0.80 carats and are perfect for testing out nearly all the shapes available.
The ring is available now at Kwiat.com for $5,000.
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