Lualaba Three Stone Diamond Ring - Boutee
Lualaba Three Stone Diamond Ring - Boutee
Lualaba Three Stone Diamond Ring - Boutee
Lualaba Three Stone Diamond Ring - Boutee
Lualaba Three Stone Diamond Ring - Boutee
Lualaba Three Stone Diamond Ring - Boutee

Le Ster

Lualaba Three Stone Diamond Ring

Sale price£4,250.00

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Lualaba Three Stone Diamond Ring by Independent Jeweller Le Ster

A three stone diamond engagement ring.  A celebration of modern-day love and chance encounters. A continuous flowing line of gold, holds together the three perfectly brilliant cut diamonds. The design nods to the idea of an endless love with its subtle use of an never ending line.
Lualaba marries traditional craftsmanship with a bold sculptural design that remains easy to wear, day in day out.
Handcrafted in 18K yellow gold and features three brilliant cut lab grown oval diamonds.


• 18K Yellow Gold
• Brilliant cut lab grown oval diamonds (1ct)
• Ring bands, 2.2mm thickness
• UK ring size L, ready to ship

The ring can be resized to a custom ring size.
Resizing takes 2 weeks to process. Please note that once altered it will no longer be returnable.


Different stones, both natural diamonds and lab grown diamonds are available on request. We will work with you to find the perfect diamond that matches the specification and budget. If you choose the made to order, please allow up to 6-8 weeks for delivery.

Le Ster

Custom and Bespoke jewellery for the elegant non conformist. Work one-on-one with artist and designer Aishleen Lester to create a handmade ring, made especially for you, with your taste, your style and tells your story.

Founder and Designer


With a background in fine art, Aishleen Lester is developing a reputation for her exquisite fine jewellery. Identified by the industry as an emerging designer to watch with her miniature explosions of colour and light, transitioning from delicate to bold in an instant.

Originally a sculptor with a Masters from The Royal Academy, Aishleen became well known for her large scale sculptural installations, stage set commissions, and window displays for Selfridges. As a fine artist, Aishleen worked with the Riflemaker and Nyehaus galleries, exhibiting in both London and New York, and sought by private collectors.

Aishleen’s transformation into fine jeweller and businesswoman has been a natural evolution. Initially experimenting with different materials for her large scale work, she quickly became interested in scaling down her designs to create miniature sculptures for the everyday.

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