Decimus silver ring with turquoise enamel with a pair of interchangeable diamond Aeternitas Etoile half eternity rings in 18ct yellow gold. This design is part of Cassandra's interchangeable collection of Decimus rings that exists in gold or silver, with or without enamel. The designs can come in a choice of six vibrant enamel colours: turquoise, dark blue, royal red, emerald green, forest green and a striking black enamel and in addition these plain or enamelled rings can be made with or without diamonds. Build your stack and pair them with plain yellow gold, white gold or silver bands or, for added sparkle, with diamond Aeternitas Etoile bands either side.
Start your collection and change the colours at whim. For a full selection, discover our guide to stacking Decimus rings come into store, or call us for more details.
Price is dependant on finger size. Please select your size from the drop down list or contact the showroom on 020 7730 2202 for more information.
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Decimus is one of my earliest designs of a bold unisex design. As a ring it works beautifully set with coloured enamels in the recess with the gold or silver beads shining through. Or have it in plain gold with diamonds set into the alternating beads. The rings can be worn alone or with my diamond Aeternitas Etoile rings either side. The earring design has a wonderful curl in it when seen from the side. And the simple cuff is the perfect bracelet to wear everyday.
All of the Decimus designs can be engraved with a short message or date.
Decimus was the name often given in Roman and Victorian times to the tenth child.
All Cassandra Goad Jewellery is designed and made in our workshops in London.
Ever in search of the unusual and rare, Cassandra 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. The jewel is then mounted, assayed, polished and set.