Jewelry retailer Chupi has introduced the launch of two new collections that embody marriage ceremony, engagement, and promise rings.
The ‘One thing Blue’ assortment has been designed for marriage ceremony days whereas ‘First Comes Love’ is an array of latest engagement rings that add to its present items.
Chupi stated the ‘One thing Blue’ assortment options uncommon blue jewels, solely sourced for its bridal assortment. With 14 new additions together with the Hero Ring, sapphire Eternity Huggies and the Daydreamer Ring that’s set with a marquise-cut tanzanite.
The jewels are sourced and lower by a fourth-generation gemcutter in Italy. Chupi’s Dublin workforce then set these stones into both white or yellow strong gold.
Encompassing a collection of engagement and promise rings, the ‘First Comes Love’ Assortment debuts three new solitaire designs. Of their new North Star setting, every of the eight claws represents some extent of the North Star.
In the meantime, the ‘Endlessly and At all times’ Engagement Rings are set with a brilliant-cut diamond whereas the Moonlight 1.4ct Lab Grown Diamond Ring is ready with a brilliant-cut oval diamond. All of those rings could be chosen in white or yellow gold and use consciously-sourced stones in numerous carats.
The gathering additionally options three new promise ring designs, the By no means Overlook Twine Promise Ring, Tomorrow Promise Ring and Daydreamer, every imbued with valuable that means. Promise rings are sometimes superb, minimal items that may later be layered with engagement and marriage ceremony rings to create a ‘ceremonial stack’.
Chupi Sweetman, CEO and designer, stated: “I keep in mind standing on the high of the chapel on the day I bought married and pondering that just about everybody I like is on this room. Once I put on the items of jewelry I wore on my marriage ceremony day I do not forget that second and feeling. I designed our One thing Blue Assortment with that feeling in thoughts. I hope they’ll evoke the identical valuable reminiscences for years to return.”