Piece of the Week: Moksh’s South Sea Pearl Ring
It evokes Mughal dynasty glamour with a modern-day touch.
The Bombay-based brand, founded by Milan Tanvir Chokshi, blends the intricate details of the grandiose Mughal style with a modern-day wearability, a not-so-easy balance to find.
Our Piece of the Week pick is an 18-karat yellow gold ring set with a 12.88-carat South Sea pearl, encircled by diamonds (0.38 total carats) and Japanese seed pearls (1.45 total carats).
Several Moksh pieces feature these tiny seed pearls, a testament to the brand’s eye for intricate details.
The ring retails for $5,800.
For sales inquiries, contact Joel Cheatwood of The Gems Project at Joel@gemsandtonic.com.
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