This was one of those stones that took my breath away when I saw it. I've not seen another emerald green tourmaline of this size in this intensity of colour since.
This is the first of Jon's series of Meadow rings. The band nips in towards the shoulders, flowing and swirling up to the stone, where it splits to form tendrils; some becoming claws, others terminating in round brilliant cut diamonds that peek under the stone.
It is set with an oval, rare, emerald green tourmaline weighing 18.24ct and eleven natural, canary yellow diamonds.