Collection: Scottish Islands
Stone size: 1.5-4.0ct center stone; 0.80ct of side diamonds included
Description: Emerald-cut and pear-shape three stone ring, named after the Scottish island of Stroma. One-of-a-kind unique design; an emerald-cut center stone and pear-shape side stones are softly woven into smooth, flowing metalwork
Accommodates: Emerald-cut, radiant-cut. Other shapes can be fitted to special order
Metals: Available in all Platinum, 18 karat rose, yellow or white gold
Stroma is an uninhabited island just off the northern coast of Scotland. Despite its small size, Stroma was once home to over 550 people; evidence of this previous population is everywhere, in the form of old houses and churches. The Stroma lighthouse is still fully operational, to guide ships through wild waters, and around the infamous 'Swilkie' whirlpool, close to Stroma's rocky coastline.
Stroma, like so many Scottish islands, is a nature lover's paradise, acting as a conservation area for rare plants, and an idyllic home for a flock of happy sheep!