J.yaffa Jewelry

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  • Sunken Treasure Ring, band engagement ring or women's wedding ring, bezel set princess cut low profile alternative engagement ring

Sunken Treasure Ring, band engagement ring or women's wedding ring, bezel set princess cut low profile alternative engagement ring

1,810.00
sold out

Sunken Treasure Ring, band engagement ring or women's wedding ring, bezel set princess cut low profile alternative engagement ring

1,810.00
sold out

Warm, radiant, 18kt yellow gold or 950 palladium. Shown with a 5.5mm princess cut stone (photo 1 with a heavy texture on the band, photo 2 with a smooth band) and a round 6.5mm Forever One moissanite (photo 3 and 4) and a .90ct diamond (photo 5). This listing is for a 5.5mm princess cut moissanite version, please email for diamond pricing.

Now available with oval Forever One and emerald cut Forever One moissanite. Please email for pricing.

This design is actually what I came up with for my wedding ring a few years ago! I sat on it for a while, dithering over whether or not to offer it for sale, and I decided not to, at least for a couple of years. I don't think I could, right at first, but now that I'm further away from my actual wedding day, and not quite as sentimental, I've decided to add it to the shop! It had gotten a lot of interest, just from acting as a prop for other rings in some photos, so I decided now was a good time. :-)

If you like a solid chunk of gold on your finger, this is the ring for you. The band is a little under 7mm, and weighty. Like something from an old pirate treasure box. I wear mine alone, but it could be paired with a thin wedding band, I think. Maybe the scattered six stone ring, or a plain band. I LOVE this ring.

I purchase my materials from a company with a strong commitment to the environment, and whose diamonds are conflict free and metals are recycled. Enjoy your jewelry without worrying about harmful mining practices.

Buyers, please know that your order will take around 4-6 weeks to make. Calculate 4 weeks from the date that I received payment and you will have your soonest possible shipping date (4-5 weeks is more the standard). If you have a special occasion, please let me know and I will try to work with you. Some items will not take that long to ship out, but in general 3 weeks is the absolute minimum amount of time I need to actually make something. I also charge an express order fee for any deadlines under 4 weeks. Special projects will likely take longer than 4 weeks, but I will keep you updated on the progress on your special order.

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Warm, radiant, 18kt yellow gold or 950 palladium. Shown with a 5.5mm princess cut stone (photo 1 with a heavy texture on the band, photo 2 with a smooth band) and a round 6.5mm Forever One moissanite (photo 3 and 4) and a .90ct diamond (photo 5). This listing is for a 5.5mm princess cut moissanite version, please email for diamond pricing.

Now available with oval Forever One and emerald cut Forever One moissanite. Please email for pricing.

This design is actually what I came up with for my wedding ring a few years ago! I sat on it for a while, dithering over whether or not to offer it for sale, and I decided not to, at least for a couple of years. I don't think I could, right at first, but now that I'm further away from my actual wedding day, and not quite as sentimental, I've decided to add it to the shop! It had gotten a lot of interest, just from acting as a prop for other rings in some photos, so I decided now was a good time. :-)

If you like a solid chunk of gold on your finger, this is the ring for you. The band is a little under 7mm, and weighty. Like something from an old pirate treasure box. I wear mine alone, but it could be paired with a thin wedding band, I think. Maybe the scattered six stone ring, or a plain band. I LOVE this ring.

I purchase my materials from a company with a strong commitment to the environment, and whose diamonds are conflict free and metals are recycled. Enjoy your jewelry without worrying about harmful mining practices.

Buyers, please know that your order will take around 4-6 weeks to make. Calculate 4 weeks from the date that I received payment and you will have your soonest possible shipping date (4-5 weeks is more the standard). If you have a special occasion, please let me know and I will try to work with you. Some items will not take that long to ship out, but in general 3 weeks is the absolute minimum amount of time I need to actually make something. I also charge an express order fee for any deadlines under 4 weeks. Special projects will likely take longer than 4 weeks, but I will keep you updated on the progress on your special order.