Heloise Aquamarine and Diamond Studs
£6,450
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Heloise studs in 18ct white gold pave set with diamonds and round facetted aquamarines. From the Journey to India.

Each earring measures approximately 14mm in diameter

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Heloise

This Art Deco style ring is beautifully proportioned with a double row of pave around the central stone. Square cut stones sit with round brilliant cuts to add interest around the centre stone. Cassandra often makes this ring bespoke with coloured stones as well as diamonds and it is also possible to recycle stones from unworn jewels into this design.

Aquamarine

Aquamarine with its hues of blue and green is known as the sailor's gem ensuring safe travels across the seas. It is the birthstone for March. The colour in aquamarine is due to the presence of iron in the beryl crystal lattice with the most important deposits being found throughout Brazil as well as in Africa where the colours of blue can almost be a pungent blue.

Craftsmanship and Sourcing

All Cassandra Goad jewellery is designed and made in the workshops in London.
As a gemmologist, the chemical composition and properties of gemstones have always fascinated Cassandra. Ever in search of the unusual and rare, she travels the world to source beautiful gemstones, either in the rough or cut form. The craftsman works as an artist recreating the design in metal, his interpretation is vital to the overall feel of the jewel. The jewel is then mounted, assayed , polished and set. Many of Cassandra's jewels can be hand engraved with a personal message to make a unique bespoke gift.

India

One of the treasures of the Indian department at the V and A museum is a gold necklace of exquisitely carved seed pods. Cassandra's Indian marriage pendants are her own interpretation with deeply carved details. In Delhi, the Qut'b Minar's marble carvins there give rise to her own eponymous ring.

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