Collection: Scottish Islands
Stone size: Available in all Platinum, 18 karat rose, yellow or white gold Wedding ring: matching plain or pavÈ diamond band available
Description: Round brilliant-cut solitaire named after the Scottish island of Rona. Distinctly individual, organic six-prong setting with delicate pierced shank
Accommodates: Round brilliant-cut or cushion-cut
Metals: Approx 0.75ct-2.0ct
Rona is a small island in the Scottish Inner Hebrides, close to the islands of Skye and Raasay. Rona was previously home to 180 crofters, Scottish farmers who work and live off their own strip of land.
These crofts are found all over the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, and are traditionally passed down through generations, keeping the land in the family.
The island now has only a few residents, who are carefully rebuilding the island as an idyllic and unique holiday destination.