Etta II - Thin Wishbone Wedding Ring - Boutee
Etta II - Thin Wishbone Wedding Ring - Boutee
Etta II - Thin Wishbone Wedding Ring - Boutee

Kiya Corrales

Etta II - Thin Wishbone Wedding Ring

Sale price£380.00
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Etta II Wishbone Wedding Ring

Discover the elegance of the Etta II Wishbone Wedding Ring from Kiya Corrales, a distinguished independent jeweller based in Birmingham. Crafted with a court-shaped profile for enhanced comfort, this 1.5mm width ring is designed to perfectly complement and fit around engagement rings, particularly the Zia and Ida designs from Kiya's collection.

Key Features:

  • Design: The Etta II features a delicate wishbone shape, curving to a point to allow your engagement ring to sit flush against the band, offering a harmonious and seamless look.
  • Versatility: While crafted to complement engagement rings, its distinct design ensures it also stands out beautifully when worn alone.
  • Material Options: Available in 100% recycled yellow gold, white gold, rose gold, and platinum, catering to diverse preferences while emphasising sustainability.
  • Comfort: With a court-shaped profile, this wedding ring is designed for extra comfort, making it suitable for everyday wear.
  • Customisation: Kiya offers the option to customise this ring with gemstones or hand engraving, allowing for a truly personalised piece.
  • Craftsmanship: Handmade in Birmingham, UK, each ring is crafted with care and special attention to detail, ensuring the highest quality.
  • Made-to-Order: As each piece is made-to-order, please allow 3-5 weeks for your bespoke ring to be crafted and shipped.

The Etta II Wishbone Wedding Ring by Kiya Corrales stands as a testament to expert craftsmanship and thoughtful design, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a wedding ring that is both unique and timeless.

For customisation inquiries or to learn more about Kiya's engagement rings, please get in touch with Kiya Corrales directly.

Kiya Corrales

Kiya is an award winning jeweller based in the heart of Birmingham’s famous jewellery quarter. Her conscious approach to jewellery making translates into her commitment to using ethical materials and practices. She has a core collection of engagement rings made with ethically sourced blue-green Australian sapphires, conflict free diamonds, and recycled precious metal, however she also specialises in bespoke commitment rings of all kinds.


Kiya Corrales

Kiya was born in Brazil to English and Peruvian parents who travelled the world making a living through various handicrafts. She spent her early childhood in Peru, before moving to rural mid Wales.

This diverse heritage, her love of exploration and her training in contemporary design at the Birmingham School of Jewellery have all shaped her creative style. Her early exposure to ancient South American art and architecture is evident in Kiya’s creations through her use of geometry, pattern and symbolism. For example, the sun is a central element in many of her designs as it was for the Inca craftspeople who worshipped the sun god Inti.

Kiya’s fascination for ancient societies not only influences her designs but also her enthusiasm for the discipline. Jewellery has always been a part of the human experience, in fact the oldest known jewellery pieces were created by neanderthals over 115,000 years ago. This shows that throughout time individuals have expressed themselves by wearing beautiful handmade objects. These pieces become an extension of us and often outlive us, leaving behind a physical representation of a life, a moment in time, or an intense emotional connection.

“It is a huge privilege to be able to take part in the celebration of new love stories and the creation of heirlooms to be treasured by future generations.”

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