Aristos Ring – Silver & Cubic Zirconia


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Archaeology has always fascinated Andrew and the ancient Greek earthenware and architecture were involved in the inspiration of the Aristos ring. Truly simply in that a wide, square section of metal travels around finger and, without changing width or depth, flows into the setting which presents the striking princess cut stone. As with all of Andrew’s rings, the side view of the piece is as important as the top perspective.


Sterling silver with a 4mm princess cut cubic zirconia.


This is a truly rare opportunity to own a piece of jewellery that was designed and created during the first few years of the brand and some even previous to this. As Andrew developed his signature style and approach he created many pieces, some which became ranges and others simply examples of design and stages within his artistic career. Many of the pieces are not hallmarked and we have left some small imperfections as we believe important to leave them as is in respect to the authenticity of the pieces.

They will be presented in our luxurious boxes and once ordered the pieces will take approximately 2-4 weeks to be with you.

If you order before 10th December 2019 then we have every chance to have this piece with you before Christmas.

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