A striking ring by one of the many gifted Eustace siblings. Just as his parents, Felicita and the late Ben Eustace were famous for their use of coral and turquoise in the 1960’s and ’70’s, Lambert continues that tradition in his own way, in this ring.
Natural spiderweb turquoise is a handsome contrast to the old salmon-hued coral piece. This color has long been prized by Natives, in particular. Coral and turquoise form a historic pairing, but these particular stones are a non-traditional color combination. Both stone and coral are oval in shape, so “play” well together. They also emphasize the horizontal design of the ring.
The sturdy, rounded, polished silver shank seems solid, but is actually adjustable! Fit the finger you want to wear this on. You can move the shank once or twice without harming the integrity of the silver.
This is a wonderful, practical feature added to the beauty of the design and the quality of the materials.