Topkapi One Diamond Yellow Gold Ring
From £5,060
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Topkapi one in 18ct yellow gold ring set with Diamonds (1.2cts approx).

Constantinople, the ancient city of Christendom, inspired a collection of unusual eternity rings after my visit there in 2000. The Topkapi Palace was a short walk from Sogukcesme Sokak street in the Sultanahmet. In one of the rooms I found complete 'diamond encrusted tea services' and bowls full of the 'hubbly bubbly' pipe ends. It was the detail on one of these pipe ends that inspired the design of this Topkapi ring with its intricate diamond settings. From the Journey to Turkey.

Price starts at £4,820 and is dependent on finger size, please contact our showroom team on 020 7730 2202 for more information. This ring is also available in 18ct white gold

Note: All of our rings can be made to fit every ring size. Should you wish to have this ring resized, please contact us: enquiries@cassandragoad.co.uk
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Yellow Gold

Gold is a metal that Cassandra loves to work with, it takes a wonderful pátina with time. Cassandra has the skill of knowing which carat, strength and durability of gold to use, where stone setting is concerned, so that jewels last and look beautiful for generations. Sourcing gold and other metals responsibly from people who have the same ethical vision as herself is particularly important, and she regularly encourages transformations from old unworn jewels in to new sparkling pieces. When receiving jewels from Cassandra Goad, you can be assured that only the highest quality gold is being used.

Diamond

Diamond- from the Greek 'adamas' means the unconquerable and so it is, being the hardest of all gemstones. From yellowish to green, red, pink and blue, diamonds are found in all colours in South Africa, Australia, as well as Namibia, Russia and China.

Turkey & Bulgaria

The sultans of the Topkapi palace in Constantinople had tea cups encrusted with diamonds and hubbly bubbly pipes decorated with gold filigree. Marvelling at these, Cassandra created her Turkish collection as she travelled on with her sketchbooks to Chora, St Sofia, Ephesus and Kariye. From there, Cassandra discovered Bulgaria. From the overlapping domes of Nevski cathedral to the hidden Ivan Rilski monastery in the pine forests outside of Sofia; from the scent of Bulgarian roses to the hillsides carpeted in wild flowers

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