After a few days of really gorgeous sunshine it finally feels like spring is on the way. The magnolia trees are starting to come out which makes me far far too excited. I just love the huge delicate flowers. Someone told me once they pre-date bees, and are designed to be pollinated by beetles.
This month I will be experimenting with some new recipes from my Anna Jones book, channelling my inner 90s sloane through my alice band obsession (it's not just me), and waiting as patiently as possible for the weather to warm up a bit.
Recently I have made a couple of wedding rings to go with large oval stoned engagement rings, and this has inspired me to experiment with some larger stoned rings.
Rose quartz and 9ct yellow gold ring
This rose quartz cabochon has a lovely faceted top. Slightly misty with a very subtle pink hue, this is really lovely against the soft yellow gold. I've been stacking this together with my tiny moissanite ring, I love the sparkle of the moissanite next to the matt quartz.
Keep an eye on my instagram feed and website for more gemstone options for this ring over the next few weeks.