William & Son unveils Teardrop rings
LONDON, July 2012 – Luxury retailer William & Son presents its competitively priced Teardrop rings – four rings showcasing beautiful stones with 18 carat gold and diamonds.
One of the Teardrop rings, set in 18-carat rose gold, has a pink morganite central stone.
Another Teardrop ring in 18-carat rose gold has a purple amethyst stone.
The other Teardrop rings in 18-carat white and yellow gold have aquamarine and citrine stones respectively.
The Teardrop rings retail for 750 pounds, with the aquamarine ring available for 785 pounds.
Diamonds ring the stones of the Teardrop rings, and are on the shoulders of the rings.
“All of the stones in the Teardrop collection have best-selling colours,” said William & Son’s Head of Jewellery, Clemence Merat.
“They are great value with entry level price points — an ideal gift by a grandmother to her granddaughter, or a lovely purchase by a working girl for herself.”
A perfect accompaniment to the Teardrop rings are William & Son’s Parisienne diamond tennis bracelets, chosen by Merat, each with one carat of diamonds.
The bracelets are set in 18-carat white or rose gold and either white or champagne diamonds.
The bracelets in rose or white gold with white diamonds are available for 1,995 pounds each from William & Son. The bracelet in 18-carat rose gold with champagne diamonds retails for 1,595 pounds.
A typical customer of a Parisienne bracelet would be a young woman of, say, 25-30 years, possibly buying the piece for herself, Merat said.