Collection: Scottish Islands
Stone size: 1.0ct-2.0ct center stone; 0.36ct-0.78ct. of side diamonds included (depending on size of center stone)
Description: Square princess-cut engagement ring, named after the Scottish island of Eday. Award-winning creative design with pear-shape and marquise diamond asscents, flush-set into shank shoulders, giving a sleek and modern effect.
Wedding Ring: matching plain or pavÈ diamond band available
Accommodates: Princess-cut center stone
Metals: Available in all Platinum, 18 karat rose, yellow or white gold
Eday is one of the beautiful Orkney islands, off the north coast of Scotland.
Eday produces limestone, as well as peat, a natural material cut from the ground, abundant in many locations in Scotland, and used for centuries as fuel.
Self-sufficiency and ecological developments are a major focus in Orkney.
Scottish government-backed European research facilities are based there, and Eday is home to a tidal power testing station. Sea power is an abundant natural resource in Orkney.