Six Rings We Love
We’re showcasing some of our favorite rings from local jewelers this season.
1. This timeless ring ($4,750) has a 1/3-carat center diamond and 1.2 carats of 21 channel set round diamonds around its platinum band. (Robert Hallett, Goldsmith, 518 Allegheny River Blvd., Oakmont; 412/828-0200, roberthallett.com)
2. Perfect for a bride looking for something out of the norm, this Holly Dyment skull ring ($8,690) features 1.35 carats of emeralds, with 2.23 carats of black and white diamonds surrounding the perimeter. (Louis Anthony Jewelers, 1775 North Highland Road, Bethel Park; 412/854-0310, louisanthony.com)
3. Set in 18-karat yellow gold bezel, this sparkling Noam Carver diamond halo ring ($6,963) weighs a total of 1.45 carats. Its 1 carat center diamond is surrounded by 21 smaller diamonds, with small diamonds also lining the band. (James Douglas Jewelers, 1768 Golden Mile Highway, Monroeville; 724/325-4400, jdjewel.com)
4. This classic cathedral-style ring ($70,475) has a platinum band and features a 4.01 carat oval brilliant diamond accented by 42 round brilliant diamonds. (Henne Jewelers, 5501 Walnut St., Shadyside; 412/682-0226, hennejewelers.com)
5. A variation of Caesar’s Designs’ signature “butter ring,” this 14-karat white gold ring ($2,850) features a 2/3-carat princess cut natural sapphire with 2/3-carat diamonds on the sides. (Caesar’s Designs Fine Jewelry Creations, 5413 Walnut St., Shadyside; 412/621-0345, caesarsdesigns.com)
6. This custom creation ($1,490) features a 2.68-carat rough diamond crystal embraced by a 14 karat rose gold, oval setting. Together, the stone and style balance raw beauty and traditional details. (Beeghly and Company Jewelers, 401 S. Main St., Greensburg; 724/832-1500, beeghlyandcompany.com)