Garvey Lundy’s luxury rings for Valentine’s Day are designed for the modern woman
Jewelry lovers and collectors never wait for a particular occasion to buy an outstanding piece; they just look for the right piece to strike at the first sight. But if you are looking for that special gift for you valentine then, Garvey Lundy’s jewelry collection is something you should not miss. Garvey Lundy, the US-based jeweler is known for his avant-garde jewelry designs inspired from everything around him, including all facets and forms; from the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, the lights, the sights and sounds. Garvey’s jewelry collection includes bracelet, earrings, fingerings, bangles, neck pieces crafted in fine white and yellow gold and studded with diamonds. The master jeweler also offers custom made pieces as per the customer’s need and specifications. And, the latest from his collection is a collection of luxury rings for Valentine’s Day. Each piece inherits Lundy’s artistic style, take your pick:
The name indicates a bold and vicious women and the designer says this ring is definitely not for everyone. The ring is particularly designed in an O and X style which traditionally indicates Hugs and Kisses and is an ideal gift for that someone special. The ring is crafted in white gold and is encrusted with brilliant 3.0ct diamond in the center and small diamond pieces around it.
The ring is specially designed for the woman who naturally gains attention wherever she goes. The name itself says “Royal” and is made for the people with imperial taste. Camille boasts a fancy 4.0ct center diamond brogue with a Royal Pave basket setting of 18kt yellow gold and 1.0ct round diamonds.
The name of the ring means “Golden Beautiful” and the design is inspired by the exterior of Roman Catholic churches. The ring boasts gorgeous 5.0ct Emerald-cut center Canary diamond covered with 1.3ct Baguette diamonds.
The design of this ring is inspired by the glass windows of the Manhattan skyscrapers. The designer brought up in New York hence his work has an influence of the city. The name of the ring is enthused form the novel Through the Looking-Glass, and what Alice Found and will be the part of upcoming Looking Glass Collection. The ring features 3.0ct center diamond covered in a 1.5ct small diamonds.
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Thanks Ido Kadman! Garvey Lundy