Collection: Scottish Islands
Stone size: 1.0ct-2.0ct center stone; 0.60ct of side diamonds included
Description: Princess-cut engagement ring with pear-shape accents, named after the Scottish island of Scotasay. Elegant, neatly balanced design. The square center stone is complemented by four pear-shape diamonds; two on the sides of the center stone, and two more on the sides of the setting.
Wedding Ring: Matching diamond-set band available
Accommodates: Princess-cut. For round brilliant-cut & cushion-cut center stone see 'Scotasay' round design
Metals: Available in all Platinum, 18 karat rose, yellow or white gold
Scotasay is a tiny, heather-covered, uninhabited island in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.
Amidst the wild Hebridean seas, Scotasay offers some shelter to the ferry port at Tarbert on the neighboring island of Harris, where some of the most spectacular, mountainous scenery in all of the Scottish isles is to be found.