Rough Diamond Solitaire Ring by Independent Jeweller Maud Traon
Explore the unique beauty of the Rough Diamond Solitaire Ring, a distinctive creation by Maud Traon, an esteemed independent jeweller based in London. This ring combines the raw allure of a rough diamond with the depth of obsidian and the iridescence of abalone.
- Materials. Features a captivating rough diamond, complemented by the deep, glassy luster of obsidian and the natural iridescence of abalone.
- Craftsmanship. Each ring is handcrafted by Maud Traon, ensuring a personal touch and exceptional quality.
- Customisation. Made to order, this ring allows for a bespoke jewellery experience, tailored to individual preferences.
- Delivery. As each piece is crafted with meticulous attention to detail, please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery.
The Rough Diamond Solitaire Ring is an embodiment of Maud Traon's artistic vision and craftsmanship. This piece stands out for its unconventional beauty and the harmonious blend of materials, making it a perfect choice for those who seek jewellery that tells a story.
Shipping Time: 4-8 weeks
Metal Purity: Solid
Maud Traon is an independent jeweller based in London who creates unique and vibrant pieces of jewellery. Her work showcases an unconventional approach to stone setting, emphasising the natural structure of the stones and treating glitter as a precious material. Maud's designs appear as if they have come from a magical realm, making her work truly exceptional.
Maud Traon’s Return Policy
You can return Maud Traon items for up to 30 days after purchase. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.
You can see Maud Traon’s full return policy at the bottom of their storefront.
Maud Traon is an independent award-winning jeweller based in London. Maud Traon is known for taking an approach to making jewellery that combines vibrant colours and an unusual way of setting stones. The stones are set in a manner that reflects their natural structure, glitter is treated as an equal to precious stones and the object in its entirety appears to have fallen out of a natural wonderland.
Maud's passion for colours and fascination for gems of all kinds has lead her to push the boundaries of contemporary jewellery design. Her pieces are multifaceted fireworks where non-precious and precious stones, sequin and glitter all work in perfect harmony.