Yasuko Azuma Jewelry One of a Kind Brown Diamond Ring

# 100-596

Yasuko Azuma Jewelry One of a Kind Brown Diamond Ring

# 100-596

Yasuko Azuma one of a kind 18k white gold palladium Brown Diamond ring with 1 - rose cut center rectangular brown diamond weighing 1.47 carats and 8 round brilliant cut diamonds weighing 0.04 carats with a color of G and a clarity of SI1 - Finger Size 6. Please allow for one week on all other sizing options.

$4,095
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Product Details

Name One of a Kind Brown Diamond Ring
Stock Number 100-596
Style Number 5NR147
Department Bridal & Engagement
Type Engagement Ring
Sub Type Diamond Rings, Fashion Rings, Stackable
Materials 18K White Gold, Palladium
Categories Fashion, Alternative Bridal

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Hurdle's Jewelry Yasuko Azuma Jewelry
Yasuko Azuma Jewelry

Childhood memories of growing up in Japan, prior training and careers as a fashion designer in her native country and as a dancer in New York all provide Yasuko Azuma with inspiration for her elegantly feminine and intricately detailed 18k gold precious jewelry collection.

Yasuko Azuma launched her first full scale collection in 2003, under her own name, after mastering the craft of delicate hand piercing and a hand finished “diamond dust” texture. Both techniques continue to be part of her signature style and have garnered the attention of leading retailers, press and consumers.

Her love of fabrics, particularly vintage Kimonos patterns, her affinity for the old world charm of fans and Ranma (the pierced work on sliding doors in old homes in Japan) and the refined movement she strived for during her years as a dancer all inform her collections. These influences show up in the motifs and graceful lines of Yasuko's designs from the dainty cut outs that adorn the sides of a ring shank to the leaves and vines and flowers that bloom on a medallion or flow from earrings.

Born in Sapporo Japan, Yasuko’s flair for the creative was already being realized at age six. She ...