halo diamond engagement rings*

rose cut diamond ring

Ever since I got engaged and decided to make my own engagement ring…(after all how can a guy buy a ring for a jewelry designer…talk about pressure)…I have been wanting to add an engagement line to Island Cowgirl. Our new division is called Rough + Luxe and we deemed it worthy to have its very own website.

I have created a lot of commissioned bespoke pieces for clients over the last few years but it has always been a dream to do a proper line where clients can see exactly the ring they were getting instead of only a sketch.

The samples were slowly  carved one by one and stones are painstakingly being chosen and set…and I am finally finding some time to breathe some life into this dream. I don’t think I have been this excited about something in a long time…short of getting my horse!

The signature pieces in this line will be our Halo Engagement Rings…They really have always been my personal favorite…and the inspiration comes from the engagement ring I made for myself when I married the love of my life three years ago. My 18k gold Halo Engagement Ring had a beautiful 1.75ct Grey Chameleon Diamond that I searched high and low for. I have never seen another rose cut diamond like this. This particular rose cut diamond is a color changer…which means that it will change from yellow to green to grey in the light & heat.

It’s never the same and always evolving…kind of like me.

We are going to be offering a variety of center stones from diamonds, to rare peach sapphires, to Moissanite to my new obsession…Octahedron raw diamonds! If you are not familiar with these…then you are in for a treat. I will be doing a detailed blog post about the history of these later.

About roughluxejewelry

I love creating engagement rings for people in love. I love making rings that look like they were made in ancient times and could have been worn by royalty. Each engagement ring is lovingly carved by hand with a eye for romantic, luxurious detail and a bohemian touch. All of our stones are unique, hand picked and are conflict free. Rest assured, I only choose stones that I would wear myself in my engagement ring.