The Cannelé diamond ring is a delicate piece with mesmerising diamonds. Designed in France, inspired by Gallic romance, this unusual ring marries our classic Cannelé shape with an echoing band. A perfect inversion, the detail of the wedding ring is similarly fluted and hand finished to sit seamlessly underneath the main ring.
Since 1998, the award winning designer Andrew Geoghegan has been garnering a reputation for precision-designed chic; for pieces that unify sometimes seemingly contradictory elements – angular facets and soft curves, warm shades and metallic coldness. But the most important union of all, the one that inspires the work most, is the one between jewellery and its wearer. The spirit and ambition of each creation is to enhance and illuminate beauty, never to eclipse it; to complement and invigorate it. The studio, nestled in Yorkshire’s lush rolling hills, is the inspirational setting for the Andrew Geoghegan collection - jewellery for you to make your own – a quietly striking addition, your own work of art.
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Diamonds 0.31ct G/Vs
The Lace Collection. Beautifully crafted in 18ct gold and set with 0.57ct of brilliant cut diamonds. The lace collection encapsulates style and elegance. The movement created buy the articulation between the stud and the drop in these earrings creates a captivating sparkle from the diamonds.View full product details
The Lace Collection. Beautifully crafted in 18ct gold and set with 0.57ct of brilliant cut diamonds this popular shape of necklace looks really stunning. The lace collection encapsulates style and elegance to be treasured forever but worn everyday.View full product details
Bubbles are a crucial part of any celebration. This collection has been inspired by the fizz and sparkle of the go-to celebratory drink. Cheers!
As with all our jewellery this piece can be customised to order with different coloured golds and with different gemstonesView full product details