This medieval-looking cocktail ring is handmade by the genius William Llewellyn Griffiths for his Metal Couture jewellery label. It’s a solid 18ct yellow gold and blackened sterling silver setting with black diamonds and that feature green tourmaline stone. Got $5,500 plus change? Then I’d recommend you wear this while drinking something suitably green and absinthe-y.
Cocktail (Ring) Hour
An edited selection of the best cocktail rings
The sky blue stone in this ‘Bohemian Bardot’ ring by Samantha Wills makes me yearn for the return of skies of a similar colour. It’s not too long until we Melburnians will be enjoying weather that calls for sipping - multiple – bellinis under the sun’s warming rays (there’s even a peach version of this… Read on
The ‘Coco Starburst’ ring by Mimco. Inspired by legendary fashion designer Coco Chanel this piece features Swarovski crystals and ivory glass pearls. I would wear this Art Deco cocktail ring while drinking proper French Champagne; after all the Mademoiselle herself is quoted as saying, “I only drink champagne on two occasions. When I am in love and… Read on