Piece of the Week: Sorellina’s Lover’s Bypass Ring
It’s double the toi et moi fun.
Sorellina’s new “Lover’s Bypass” ring ups the sparkle factor with four heart-shaped diamonds.
An open-style ring has long been part of the Sorellina collection, but the “Lover’s Bypass” has a totally different attitude than its predecessors.
It’s part of the “Tarot” collection, the star of which are oversized tarot card pendants. The range interprets tarot’s sunnier, more optimistic side, incorporating bright gemstone beads, heart-shaped stones, and a rainbow’s array of color—all indicative of good fortune.
Anyone would be lucky to own the romantic Lover’s Bypass Ring. It’s crafted in 18-karat yellow gold, with four G-H color, S1 clarity diamonds totaling 1 carat. The band is 13 millimeters wide, tapering to 6 millimeters.
Priced at $7,500, it’s available on SorellinaNYC.com.
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