Modelled after the soft contours of a flower’s petals, these delicate rings are the newest additions to Ole Lynggaard’s ‘Laura’ collection.
The Laura ring in 18ct yellow and white gold has 11 diamonds in the centre of its floral-inspired design while the Laura ring in 18ct yellow gold is another new addition to the collection.
The Laura collection uses a variety of materials and surface combinations. Ole Lynggaard named the collection after one of his three granddaughters; Laura, Sofia and Emelie.
Apart from extending its ‘Laura’ collection, Ole Lynggaard has launched new intricate ring designs as part of its ‘Globe’ collection.
The 18ct white gold Globe ring features black onyx, smoky quartz and 11 diamonds while the 18ct yellow gold Globe ring features amethyst, rose quartz and 11 diamonds.
Ole Lynggaard's new 'Laura' ring coupled with its 'Globe' and 'Cushion' ring
The stones on these rings are removable, making it possible for the wearer to alter the look of their rings to match their clothes or mood.
Danish goldsmith Ole Lynggaard founded his eponymous company in 1963 after buying a small workshop, and has been supplying fine jewellery to Denmark’s royal household for more than 40 years. The family-run house is a manufacturer and distributor of fine jewellery with stockists in Europe and Australasia.
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Posted June 23, 2011