Collection: Scottish Islands
Stone size: Approx 0.50ct-2.0ct
Description: Round brilliant-cut solitaire named after the Scottish island of Taransay. Smooth and sleek modem split-bezel setting, which maximizes and protects center stone. A highly polished, flower-shaped underbezel is flush-fit under stone; this makes for exceptional comfort on the finger, and can also be a second color metal, to accent or enhance diamond or gemstone color.
Wedding Ring: Matching engraved band with diamond accents available
Accommodates: Round brilliant-cut. For oval version, see Stronsay engagement ring
Metals: Available in all Platinum, or 18 karat rose, yellow or white gold shank with flower-shaped underbezel in any color gold or Platinum
Taransay is a beautiful island on the west coast of Harris, in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.
Although it was inhabited as early as 300AD, Taransay has had no full-time dwellers for over 30 years. Most recently, Taransay is famous for being the host island to the London BBCís ëCastawayí TV survival show in 2000, where 36 specially selected members of the UK public had to survive for one year in traditional lifestyle - and Taransay's wilderness was broadcast to 9 million viewers.