Ring in 18k white gold palladium with an oval 2.35ct blue corundum. Features an ornamental detail on the side of the band.
The word corundum comes from Kurundam, which is Tamil and originates from the Sanskrit word meaning ruby. When corundum is red, it’s considered a ruby. When the colour is a mixture of pink and orange it’s called a Padparadscha. Other colors are called sapphires. If it’s a green or blue corundum, it’s called a green sapphire or a blue sapphire.
Monica Rossi founded Anaconda in 1980 in a small shop in Milan. Her work consists of intricate handcrafted jewellery from Baroque- and Victorian-inspired pieces to more simple geometric shapes.