This spectacular, unique men’s pearl ring features a rare and beautiful 11.4mm golden South Sea cultured pearl. The ring, designed by David Trout of Coffin & Trout Fine Jewelers, won First Place in the Men’s Wear Division of the 2004 Spectrum Awards. The Spectrum Awards are an international design competition sponsored by the American Gem Trade Association (AGTA). The platinum and 18K yellow gold gent’s ring features an 11.0mm cultured golden South Sea Pearl accented by 94 round brilliant cut Diamonds totaling 1.50 carats. The ring has true Asian influence with the pagoda-like styling and intricate bead setting that accent the multiple layers. This ring took a total of 49 hours to build and at their request, Coffin & Trout has donated this ring and it is on display at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

South Sea Cultured Pearl

These unique, opulent pearls are created by the golden-lipped oyster, found mostly around the warm waters of South East Asia.
This tropical oceanic climate gives these pearls their highly desirable warm, natural golden color which is said to be comparable to gold itself. The colors of these pearls range from champagne to deep gold which is the most rare of the golden colors.

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