It’s St. Patrick’s Day. And whether you’re chugging green beer or making shamrock cookies with green sprinkles, some green jewelry is necessary either way. For this feat, I prefer just a pinch of green–like in the rings below. The small hint of color against white diamonds and white metal is so pretty. Did you think of wearing any green jewelry for this holiday?
This 18k white gold ring is Art Deco, featuring a 0.91 carat Old Mine cut diamond. The subtle hint of green is given off by four square cut emeralds, flanking each side. From Israel Rose and priced at $4150
This is a great example of a 1950s cluster style diamond ring. The row of emeralds sets it a part from other cluster rings. Total diamond weight is two carats, being set in 14k white gold. From Israel Rose and priced at $1450
have always loved an emerald cut diamond, always loved Art Deco best, and the hint of green in this ring is jade! Such a unique ring, done in platinum from Israel Rose. The center stone is 1.24 carats! Price: $8900