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Timeless and elegant, diamonds are worn during every season of the year.
There are several carefully considered elements that make this piece a modern re-imagining of the classical diamond pendant. Fixed on a delicate trace chain that sits subtly against the skin, the concentric halos of claw set diamond are defined by rings of gold. It is this distinction that is crucial, representing continuity, evolution and honesty and never once pretending to be something it is not. This pendant will become a seamless staple to the demands of a contemporary wardrobe.
A traditional diamond set ring is combined with the unique element of a hexagonal halo. Cleverley crafted at Linneys Subiaco studio, the hexagon’s inner circle closely embraces the curvature of a round brilliant cut diamond. This creates an illusion of shape and form that is both bold and intriguing to behold.
Numbered amongst the oldest diamond cutting styles, the Emerald cut diamond features distinctive geometry and elegantly stepped faceting. The long, window-like table is unforgiving of flaws, requiring an Emerald cut diamond to be of exceptional colour and clarity. Setting in a classic solitaire style with gently tapered shoulders not only emphasises the exceptional beauty of the central stone, but gives the wearer freedom of choice when wedding bands are required.
Black and white are a timeless palate, with sleek and anti-traditional elegance. Modern in its essential aesthetic, this ring takes inspiration from the art deco movement, where form and contrast are integral to the element of design. Note the polished bezel surrounding the central oval cut diamond, brightly juxtaposed by black diamonds and the radial outer halo.