Pāua Pearl - Silver Ring

Constructed from solid silver and Paua pearl (sometimes called "blue pearl"), a gem unique to New Zealand , all the features of this ring have been meticulously shaped and formed by hand. "Pāua" is in fact the Māori name given to three species of edible underwater snails, each belonging to the Haliotidae family. By using a special blistering process, the pearls themselves are made from the shells of such snails and are capable of producing a breathtaking array of blue, green, and violet hues.

This ring is available in various sizes, please choose one from the drop down menu.

Known for his intelligent use of gemstones, diamonds, and precious metals, Bruce Dalgleish creates jewellery which is both modern yet timelessly classic in its appeal. He is very fond of incorporating colour into his designs; regularly combining different metals with a broad palette of colourful gemstones - often all in one piece!

Bruce has previously trained as an apprentice diamond mounter, and also studied design at Sir John Cass in Aldgate, London.

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Pāua Pearl - Silver Ring BY Bruce Dalgleish

A Very Unique Designer Ring

Silver Beautifully Mounted with Paua Pearl

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