Pomona was the goddess of abundance in Roman mythology. She was a wood nymph whom watched over fruit trees and orchards.
Intricately handcrafted in 18ct yellow gold this exquisite ring features a verdant oval cut copper bearing Mozambique Paraiba tourmaline aloft a signature William Llewellyn Griffiths split shank and garland setting adorned with a cornucopia of fine florals details. Measuring 9.53mm long x 7.46mm wide x 6.37mm deep, this luscious 3.17 carat tourmaline is flanked by two orange yellow round cut sapphires each measuring 4mm in diameter.
Measuring 6.5mm above the finger, 12.22mm long, and 18.5mm at its widest point this lavish ring is definitely a statement piece. It sits comfortably on the hand and has a gorgeous weight to it.
The ring weighs 4.39 grams and fits finger Australian & British size K 1/2 (US 5 3/8). Ring size can be adjusted within reason.
All pieces are made with love in William Llewellyn Griffiths' Melbourne studio.
We offer an accredited valuation upon request for this mesmerising piece.
PLEASE NOTE: This piece is a unique one-off ring. It is a size K 1/2. Get in contact with us if you would like a custom piece made just for you. Please allow 1-2 weeks production time, subject to stone availability. If you need something sooner, please let us know.