18 karat white gold ring from the Bonebakker Key of Amsterdam collection with a cabochon-cut aquamarine, and set with diamonds.
This beautiful ring from the Bonebakker Key of Amsterdam collection is a unique piece. Not one, but two elements from the original keys to the City of Amsterdam, which were made by Adrianus Bonebakker in 1806, are used in the design of this 18-carat white gold ring. The centre stone is a cabochon-cut oval milky aquamarine. Not your usual aquamarine with the colour of the sea, but a dimmed hue that is emphasized by the 0.28ct briljant-cut diamonds surrounding it.
The elements of the original keys of Amsterdam, offered to Napoleon in 1806 and to King William I in 1813 for his inauguration as the first king of the independent Kingdom of The Netherlands, are subtly woven into the design. The centre aquamarine is held between a mirrored stylized key head from the original keys. Moreover, two small rings on the shoulders of the ring were also part of the original key design, as rings around the base of the key.
This beautiful ring comes in two sizes and is also available with a mysterious moonstone and a deep red rubellite.