Collection: Scottish Islands
Stone size: Approx 1.0ct-3.0ct
Description: Emerald-cut solitaire, named after the Scottish island of Kerrera. Smooth and sleek, modern 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. Sits flush next to any straight-sided wedding ring.
Wedding Ring: Matching plain or pavé diamond band available
Accommodates: Emerald cut. For square-cut version, see 'Swona' 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
Kerrera is a small, lush island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland.
Kerrera, and its restored 16th Century Gylen Castle, is a familiar site to anyone who sails in or out of the port of Oban, a picturesque, bustling port on the west coast of Scotland.
Being so close to the mainland, tourism is an important industry for Kerrera's small population. Island farming includes the unmistakable, shaggy-coated, large-horned Highland Cattle, famous for featuring in so many iconic images of Scotland.