By Michelle Graff
Gigi Ferranti was among the designers who shipped their wares to the desert this week for the Centurion jewelry trade show.

Among the pieces the Brooklyn-based designer showcased was this stunning bypass ring featuring a pair of star rubies weighing a total of 25.35 carats set in an 18-karat rose gold band studded with rubies (0.30 carats) and pink and orange sapphires (0.65 carats).

The suggested retail price is $7,000.

A video of our editor-in-chief wearing the ring can be seen below.

Ferranti said the star rubies—which signify love, passion and a zest for life—inspired the design of the ring she is calling “Rosetta.”

To see more of Ferranti’s work, visit her website.

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