Ring in 18k white gold palladium with an oval 2.35ct blue corundum. Features an ornamental detail on the side of the band.
Size: N (UK)
This ring can be re-sized.
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.