My new ring is named for one of the most iconic cities of the Art Deco period, Manhattan.  It’s a city that built numerous architectural masterpieces in the 1930’s that are still part of the it’s skyline today.

When I was developing my wedding band collection, I designed both Manhattan and Dalloway to offer simple, classic shapes to anchor the collection amidst the other styles.

I belive Art Deco is the style from history that is most easily translated to today.  As one of the first forms of minimalism, it’s clean lines give it a sophisticated elegance that is still sought after.

Manhattan’s design has a modern attitude and a long range perspective.
The dynamic feel of the age is captured in its diagonal lines and the alternating width of its blocks.  The millegrain edges are the extra detail that gives it an antique feel and pushes it above the norm.
It can be worn stacked or used to compliment an engagement or wedding ring.

Manhattan is a fine width band, measuring 2.2 mm wide  This ring uses diamonds that weigh a total of .21 carats.
Can be made in white, yellow or rose gold – 9ct, 14ct, 18ct

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