Collection: Scottish Islands
Stone size: Approx 1.0ct-5.0ct
Description: Round brilliant-cut solitaire named after the Scottish island of Keava. Light as air, yet strong and modern solitaire. Neat, tailored setting with two accent diamonds on either side; three-strand split shank tucks around setting.
Wedding Ring: Matching plain or pavÈ diamond band available
Metals: Available in all Platinum, 18 karat rose, yellow or white gold, or any two-tone combination
Keava is a wild, uninhabited island just off the coast of Lewis, in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.
There is a rich cultural heritage in these Western isles, from epic myths and legends to wonderful literary and musical traditions.
Scottish Gaelic, the ancient language of Scotland, is still mother tongue to many people in these Western isles. Today, as international appreciation and demand for Scottish culture and heritage grows, Gaelic is enjoying a resurgence as an indigenous language of great importance to modern Scottish identity.