(and the matching watches)
Cocktail rings offer the unique chance to wear bold colours and extraordinary designs. Exceptional jewellery pieces worn to the most distinguished and merriest occasions with the sole purpose to reflect joy within their colourful stones and spark casual conversations. Matching the right timepiece to such one-of-a-king rings can sometimes be a challenge. We created 6 suggestions of cocktail ring & watch dream teams for your next thrilling cocktail party:
1) KHAMAMA Blue 1874 Timepiece & Fernando Jorge's Stream Ring
Fernando Jorge's "Stream Long Ring" is the perfect cocktail ring to combine with our iridescent blue KHAMAMA 1874 watch gold-edition. The ring is made our of 18k rose gold and contrasted by both tanzanites and lapis lazuli. The brightly blue and sparkling tanzanites resemble the bright iridescence of the Haute Art de Papillon of the KHAMAMA watch dial. Whilst, the dominating and fluidly shaped, dark-blue lapis lazuli are resembling the darkest of blues visible on the watch dial. The perfect combination to wear at a thrilling pool cocktail party in Bel Air... just make sure the pool is coloured in dark blue and not bright turquoise!
Fernando Jorge Stream Ring, Price on request
2) KHAMAMA Pearl 1782 Timepiece & Mellerio's Graphic collection PG/WG ring.
The Mellerio's Graphic collection ring in pink and white gold with its timeless and classy design is the perfect match to the KHAMAMA Pearl 1782 timepiece. The Haute Art de Papillon dial of the pearl timepiece shines from gold to rose matching the two intertwined gold colours of Mellerio's ring. Certainly a classy and modest combination which will shine with an extraordinary understatement.
Mellerio's Graphic collection pink and white gold ring, €3,900
3) KHAMAMA Celeste 1773 Timepiece & David Webb cocktail ring
As splendid as the 1970s can be, this 18-karat gold cocktail ring showcases Fred Leighton's good taste in vintage jewellery. This one-of-a-kind designed by David Webb in the '70s is the perfect fit to the celestial, turquoise shine of the KHAMAMA Celeste 1773 Timepiece gold-edition. The turquoise enamel of the ring is interrupted by bands of gold, while the iridescent turquoise of the Haute Art de Papillon dial is contrasted by bands of mystical black spots... a splendid combination!
1970s David Webb enameled 18-karat gold ring, £19,800
4) KHAMAMA Green 1773 Timepiece & Tiffany's Blue Book tsavorite ring
The magic of the KHAMAMA Green 1773 timepiece gold-edition is matched by Tiffany's newest cocktail ring published in Tiffany's Blue Book 2017. Uncommonly with two sparkling green tsavorite center stones, the cocktail ring seems to pick up on the book matched pattern of the watch dial - perfect symmetry is everything! The center stones are mounted in an exotic structure of 18ct yellow gold and sparkling diamonds. The perfect combination for a cocktail party hosted in an Victorian-styled greenhouse of an orchid collector.
Tiffany's Blue Book tsavorite ring, price on request
5) KHAMAMA Psychedelic 1773 Timepiece & Stephen Webster Magnipheasant Feathers ring
What could suit better to the English KHAMAMA Psychedelic 1773 watch as the 'Magnipheasant' ring of British jewellery designer Stephen Webster. He explains that the extraordinary design of this collection is aimed to capture the iridescence of pheasant feathers through using different shades of sparkling yellow/golden citrine. This fascinating golden shades and shimmers can be found again within the natural shine of the psychedelic butterfly wings within the watch dial.
Stephen Webster's Magnipheasant Feathers 18-karat gold, citrine and diamond ring, £16,300
6) KHAMAMA Turquoise 1758 Timepiece & REZA Spirale Emerald Ring
This cocktail ring designed and made in France by REZA, captures opulent high jewellery within a timeless and almost modest magical design. The rings main feature is a uniquely shaped spiral construction mounted with one-hundred and six brilliant cut white diamonds and fourty-two lavish round brilliant cut emeralds into 18K rhodium plated white gold. The impression of the ring keeps changing from each perspective appearing to emphasise either the diamonds or the brightly coloured emeralds. Wearing this ring suits perfectly to the greenish shining KHAMAMA Turquoise 1758 - creating a look with is fascinating from each single perspective...
REZA's Spirale Emerald Ring, £32,604
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