Lily Flo Jewellery's Reach for the Stars Diamond Ring
Introducing the Reach for the Stars Ring from Lily Flo Jewellery, a contemporary reinterpretation of the traditional eternity ring, expertly handcrafted in London by Diana, an independent jeweller. This ring features a unique three-dimensional gold face, beautifully encrusted with shimmering round white diamonds, making it a standout piece suitable for various styles, including as a middle finger or alternative engagement ring.
- Diamonds: Adorned with sparkling white diamonds, 1.5mm and 1mm each, totaling approximately 0.8CTW, flush set along the gold band for a modern look.
- Metal: Available in 9ct or 18ct recycled solid gold, aligning with ethical and sustainable jewellery practices.
- Customisation: The ring can be personalised with any shape, size of diamond or gemstone, ensuring your special ring is uniquely yours.
- Versatility: Ideal as an edgy, modern alternative to traditional engagement rings or as a striking middle finger ring.
- Ethical Sourcing: Committed to responsible sourcing, the natural diamonds are conflict-free and fully compliant with The Kimberley Process.
- Lab Grown Diamonds: Offers GRA certified lab-grown diamonds, catering to a range of preferences.
- Band Design: Features a 3mm wide band, balancing elegance and contemporary style.
The Reach for the Stars Diamond Ring by Lily Flo Jewellery showcases Diana's commitment to creating bespoke, sustainable jewellery pieces that embody modern elegance and personal expression.
Shipping Time: 2-4 weeks
Metal Purity: Solid
Diana Sherling is a London-based independent jeweler and ethical goldsmith. She left a successful advertising career in 2015 to pursue her passion for delicate, feminine jewelry made from recycled gold and responsible diamonds. Her brand, Lily Flo, has since become a staple in the London ethical jewelry community. Diana collaborates with female stylists and photographers to create stunning images seen around the world. Each piece is made in-house in her London studio, and she draws inspiration from her family's creative background. Her work is highly regarded for its quality and craftsmanship.
We hope you are completely satisfied with your purchase. If you are not happy with your jewellery or you have received a faulty item, please see our policies below regarding the return, exchange or refund of your item.
EXCHANGES: If you would like to return an item we are happy to discuss an exchange up to 14 days from receipt of your order provided the item is unworn, in perfect condition and in the original packaging.
REFUNDS: You have a right to return an item you are unhappy with for a full refund within 14 days of receiving your order provided the item is unworn, in perfect condition and in the original packaging.
To start a return or exchange, you can contact email@example.com
You can see Lily Flo Jewellery's return policy at the bottom of their storefront.
Lily Flo Jewellery
Bridging the gap between art and poetry, London-based jewellery designer and goldsmith, Lily Flo (aka Diana Sherling), handcrafts bridal jewellery with a graceful and minimal aesthetic. Inspired by the intimacies of passion and romance, she works ethically and responsibly from her London studio, only using recycled gold with vintage or lab grown diamonds. Lily Flo is inspired as much from the skies above as the earth below. Her modern sensibilities design with clean lines to stylish and sophisticated jewellery that exude timeless elegance.
Designer and Jeweller
In 2015, London-based jewellery designer and goldsmith Diana Sherling left a “successful advertising career” to create her first line of delicate, feminine jewellery made from recycled gold and responsible diamonds, named after her daughter Lily Flo.
Her pieces are created "so that women can feel empowered and strong by wearing beautiful, dainty pieces, without compromising the provenance of the materials nor how they are made".
The career change “challenged me to dig deep and go back to square one,” returning to college at 40 to learn jewellery design and goldsmithing in order to unleash her artistic and creative side, and “ultimately brought me so much self-discovery and growth.”
Eight years in, and Diana goes from strength to strength as an ethical goldsmith and designer as well as an intrinsic part of the London ethical jewellery community where she often speaks publicly on brand creation and ethical production, and collaborates with London female stylists and photographers to create beautiful images seen in press and blogs around the world.