Hand made unique cushion cut pink spinel and diamond ring

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Hand made unique cushion cut pink spinel and diamond ring

Introducing the latest one off creation from our jeweller Eleanor. Her idea was to make a halo style ring with a difference and show off this beautiful cushion cut pink spinel.

The most highly prized spinels have a deep and rich colour, red and pink the most highly prized.  A very durable stone, pink spinels are a wonderful alternative to pink sapphire.

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