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    Jungle Queen Mauve Marquise Cut Sapphire Ring

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    Why I Love It

    A perfect marriage of intricate wax carving and artistic vision by designer Rokoz has produced this stunning big mama panther ring. Aptly named Jungle Queen because it is encrusted with so many gorgeous stones. The body of the panther has black round brilliant cut diamonds the length of the spine and for the eyes, two round brilliant cut champagne diamonds. At the apex of the ring sits a 1.12 carat mauve marquise cut sapphire sourced from artisanal female miners from the Umba Valley, Tanzania. Situated below the main stone is a gallery with a particularly delicious array of pink, peach, and purple round brilliant cut sapphires, as well as high quality white tapered baguette and round cut diamonds. Finished in 14k Yellow Gold, this powerful statement ring is truly one of a kind.  

    The Details

    • 14k Yellow Gold
    • 1.12 Carat Mauve Marquise Cut Sapphire
      • Mine to Market Moyo Gem; Tanzania Origin
    • Approx. .40 Carats Total Black Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds
    • .02 Carats Total Champagne Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds
    • .18 Carats Total Peach & Purple-Red Round Brilliant Cut Sapphires
    • .12 Carats Total White Tapered Baguette Cut Diamonds
    • .02 Carats Total White Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds
    • Current Ring Size 7
      • Cannot Be Sized
    • Band Width is Approx. From 16.20 mm (Top) to 5.70 mm (Base)
    • Comes With An Appraisal For $9,900 CDN (Approx. $7,700 USD)
    • Pairs with her cub

    About This Project: 

    • This ring was made in special  collaboration with Misfit Diamonds which helped procure the Moyo gems
    • Read more about the collaboration here
    • A note from the artist on the piece "Symbolically, it came from my own journey into womanhood and femininity. It was a celebration of the feminine self – the fierceness and the protectiveness – the journey of a woman in this world."

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