Discover a truly unique ring that elevates your look with uncommon design and intriguing colors.
The Suffragette movement of the late 1800s is one of the earliest women’s organizations to fight for women's equality and their right to vote.
The Suffragettes were persecuted for voicing their opinions, all the while enduring arson, loss of property and jail.
Their colors - green and purple, symbolize dignity and hope. Leon Mege celebrates the upcoming 100th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage by creating this one-off, handmade ring.
The center stone is a natural 4.53 carat Asscher cut purple garnet, flanked by two Colombian emeralds 0.65 carat total.
The emeralds are top color material, clear, with amazing brilliance.
The shank is set with 22 irradiated purple diamonds 0.25 ct total graduating in size.
Bright-cut pave, solid platinum, bespoke craftsmanship WITHOUT any inferior CAD or casting production.
- 4.53 carat asscher cut purple garnet
- Pair of emeralds 0.65 ctw
- 22 full cut irradiated purple diamonds 0.25 ctw
- Hand forged platinum