Diamond Hypericum Berry Branch Waiting Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Diamond Hypericum Berry Branch Waiting Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Diamond Hypericum Berry Branch Waiting Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Diamond Hypericum Berry Branch Waiting Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
One of a Kind

Diamond Hypericum Berry Branch Waiting Ring

A trio of diamonds glisten out from their 14k rose gold nest in this handmade, one-of-a-kind branch ring. The varying blush hues evoke the sturdy beauty of red Hypericum, or St. John's Wart flowers.

0.015ct diamond branch ring. Available in 14k rose gold. Approximately 17x10mm. Size 6.5. Please contact the studio directly for sizing inquiries.

This ring is one-of-a-kind and available to ship within two to three business days.

$1,500.00

When will this ship

Ready to Ship (1-3 Days)

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Made to Order

All other sizes, colors, and options are made-to-order. This style typically takes 1-3 weeks to craft and 1-3 days to ship. Please contact us if you would like to inquire about exact turn-around times or discuss options for expedited service.

Ring sizing

Stock rings can be sized up or down within a tolerance; we assess whether to resize a stock ring or make a new one based on the size ordered. We want to ensure your ring is crafted with heirloom quality.

About the gemstone

Diamonds are renowned for their clarity and classic cuts, but Hannah Blount Jewelry loves more unusual diamonds that come in a variety of colors and qualities. Diamonds that hold striking and organic inclusions tell the most interesting stories and offer even more beauty and wonder within their singular structures.
MOHs Hardness: 10
Origins: Sourced from around the world, any diamond that enters the United States must go through the Kimberley Process. While this is not a perfect program, it helps to eliminate conflict diamonds in today’s market.
Care: While diamonds are the earth’s hardest gemstone, they can still break. Avoid dropping diamonds onto hard surfaces. To clean your diamond piece, soak in warm, soapy water and remove any dirt with a toothbrush or the like. It is safe to clean with an ultrasonic and steam cleaner.
Healing Properties: Diamonds are believed to promote radiance, self-sovereignty, and fearlessness.
Birthstone: April
Anniversary: 60th and 75th

Repurposed from various sources, these “break-out” diamonds are an ethical variation of modern diamonds. Often less than a half-carat, Repurposed Modern Melee Diamonds come in a variety of shapes and enhance every design they’re featured in.
MOHs Hardness: 10
Origins: Various secondary markets including  auctions, estate sales, and refineries.
Care: While diamonds are the earth’s hardest gemstone, they can still break. Avoid dropping diamonds onto hard surfaces. To clean your diamond piece, soak in warm, soapy water and remove any dirt with a toothbrush or the like. It is safe to clean with an ultrasonic and steam cleaner.
Healing Properties: Diamonds are believed to promote radiance, self-sovereignty, and fearlessness.
Birthstone: April
Anniversary: 60th and 75th

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The Story of Waiting

Hannah's first collection, Waiting was developed as her college thesis and is ever-evolving like the nature it’s inspired by. This collection of jewelry comprises organic shapes, such as eggs and branches, waiting for the rain to evolve them to their next phase of life. Waiting commemorates nature in its most primal stages and celebrates its stark dualities: eggs symbolize life and new beginnings, while barren branches tend to connote spectrality and finality. Yet both harbor life within them, despite preconceived notions of their true meaning. When studying composition and balance, there is no greater master of this than Mother Nature—the original composer. Elegant and minimal, yet organic and eerie: the Waiting collection honors the complex contrasts of nature’s organic artistry. Shop the full Waiting Collection

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