We love a cocktail ring at London Jewellery School.
This year we have launched the Cocktail Rings Against Cancer campaign, raising money for Cancer Research UK by encouraging you to make your own rings as a sign of support, share the pictures and donate – find out more here.
To celebrate our love of cocktail rings, we have compiled a collection of our favourites through the past century.
Stunning Art Deco cocktail ring created by Tiffany & Co. in the 1910’s. Features an approximately 0.76-ct marquise cut diamond framed with pre-cut horn and accented with single cut diamonds set in platinum.
All original 1920’s Art Deco Platinum ring with colorless near flawless diamonds. Tiffany + Co Art Deco ring
An aquamarine and diamond cocktail ring, by Raymond Yard, 1930s
Craig Evan Small – 1940s Sapphire and Diamond Ring
Elegant and feminine cocktail ring created by Pierre Sterle in Paris in 1950’s. An oval cabochon angel skin coral tastefully set in gold and accentuated with diamonds.
Classic cocktail ring created by Tiffany & Co. in the 1960s.
18k gold and platinum, black enamel ring with a cabouchon coral and diamonds by David Webb
Bold and prominent cocktail ring created by Andrew Clunn in the 1980’s. It is made of yellow gold and white enamel. The enamel work is very fine.
1990s Miguel Berrocal Diamond Yellow Gold Puzzle Ring
London Jewellery School tutor and designer Rosie Sanders’ ‘Kaleidoscope ring’ – winner of the 2014 British Jewellers Assocsiation ‘Cocktail Rings on the Catwalk’ competition