Cocktail rings are unapologetically joyful statement rings, bursting with colour. Historically they have been considered occasional wear- which does them a disservice. As attitudes to jewellery have relaxed, former boundaries are vanishing and these wonderful iconic rings are worn, admired and loved day and night. As they should. A bold ring makes a statement- so it can be just as effective with a pair of jeans as with an evening gown. It just comes down to attitude, which they have in spades. This striking London Blue Topaz Cocktail Ring is surrounded by a multi-coloured halo of blue topaz, cornflower blue iolites and deep coloured green tsavorite garnets. The rose gold effortlessly draws together this eclectic colour scheme.
Cocktail rings’ past is as colourful is the gemstones they showcase. Emerging during the hedonistic 1920s prohibition era, speakeasy drinking dens were a magnet for socialising and illicit drinking. Consequently, cocktail rings are inextricably linked to a sense of fun. The dress code was decadent and glamorous, and the jewellery was designed to match. The bigger the better, and the more colourful the ring, the more colourful the character. They are meant to be noticed. This is statement jewellery at its best. The striking combination of gemstones featured in this cocktail ring is a perfect example of how they continue to be fresh, aspirational and relevant.
Not confined to rings, the spirit of the cocktail scene is also reflected in cocktail earrings, which embrace the ethos of colour and fun.
These stunning cocktail rings are generally made to order and completely customisable. Available in a medium or large size (medium pictured), the choice of colours is as personal as you are, and limited only by the availability of stones and budget. If you don’t see a colour palette which resonates with you, no problem. Get in touch with an enquiry, or to schedule an online consultation to discuss your ideas. A selection of images in the gallery illustrates the different sizes available.
The aesthetic of the ring changes markedly by altering the colour of the setting. A perfect example is the Medium London Blue Topaz Cocktail Ring in White Gold– exactly the same configuration of gemstones in a cooler setting due to the white gold and splash of diamonds set in the shank. For a fresh, zesty combination of hues, the same ring featuring green Prasiolite with Tourmalines and Sapphires in Rose Gold embraces greens and pinks set in warm rose gold.
If your attitude is “go big or go home”, the Large London Blue Topaz Cocktail Ring is a proportionally larger ring.
For our US clients, please note that there are no additional duties or taxes when shipped.
Facts & Figures
Dimensions of ring head: 19 x 17mm
Centre London Blue Topaz: 6.55ct, (12 x 10mm)
Tsavorite Garnets: 0.19ct
Small London Blue Topaz: 0.82ct
Small Blue Topaz: 0.49ct
18ct rose gold
Ring size: 52.0
Available to customise with different gemstones, (including diamonds in the shank) and in different coloured gold.
The ring can be personalised with a hand engraved message inside the shank. Please enquire for more information.
In accordance with the Hallmarking Act 1973, all our items are independently hallmarked to verify the fineness of the stated precious metal. This is your guarantee of authenticity- insist on this in all your jewellery purchases. For more information on understanding hallmarks, please refer to this blog. All diamonds are certified conflict free.
In celebration of Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, a new (temporary) hallmark was introduced by the Assay Office on 1st November 2021. The mark recognises her seventy years of service- the first monarch to achieve this milestone. This ring has been hallmarked including this unique commemorative mark.
Presentation and Packaging
Beautifully presented in a Jacqui Larsson Fine Jewellery branded hinged gift box.