07 February 2017

Poptails

The name of the eight new rings by Solange Azagury-Partridge is the contraction of “pop” and “cocktail ring”, this typically American ring from the 1930s that captured the light wonderfully every time a woman brought the champagne glass to her lips. The oversized mounts with stars, flaming hearts and flowers, or even a space station, are covered with lacquer striped in bright and fluro colors.

  • "Space Station" ring made of white gold, emeralds, diamonds, ceramic plate and lacquer

  • "Bi-Star" ring made of white gold, diamonds, sapphires, ceramic plate and lacquer

  • "Flower" ring made of yellow gold, emeralds, rubies, diamonds, sapphires, tourmaline, ceramic plate and lacquer

  • "Micki" ring made of red gold, emerald, sapphires, diamonds, amethysts, ceramic plate and lacquer

  • "Hearty" ring made of yellow gold, rubies, diamonds, fire opals, sapphires, ceramic plate and lacquer

  • "Squares" ring made of white gold, emeralds, sapphires, diamonds, ceramic plate and lacquer

  • "Temple" ring made of red gold, opal, spinels, sapphires, diamonds, multicolored gemstones and lacquer

  • "Tri-Di" ring made of white gold, diamonds, sapphires, emeralds, ceramic plate and lacquer

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