It’s a gloomy, Mondayish sort of Monday here in Maryland, so we’re going to keep things simple and gorgeous. Here are five incredible Omi Privé rings.
Let’s start our Monday morning Omi Prive rings parade with a mind-blowingly beautiful sapphire ring: yes, that purple stone is a sapphire. A truly exceptional one.
This piece, the Monaco ring, is centered by a 4.01 carat emerald cut lavender sapphire, in white and rose gold, accented with diamonds and pink sapphires. It’s just so, so ridiculously pretty. This is such a good piece for those who crave this kind of luscious cotton candy color scheme but don’t want to shell out millions of dollars for pink diamonds. (I include myself in that category.)
The second of today’s Omi Privé rings is exceptional for similar reasons as the first: color combination and exceptional stones. Actually, those two factors are frequently why I love Omi’s designs. It’s kind of their MO.
This beauty stars a 3.48 carat emerald cut purple spinel surrounded by diamonds and alexandrites. Yes, please.
This powerful, pretty-in-pink pieces sparkles with a 1 carat pink sapphire surrounded by pink sapphires and diamonds in rose gold.
This piece is just so romantic and cheerful. Like a bouquet of flowers, but it will never wilt.
The three Omi Privé rings we’ve looked at so far are elegant, exceptional, and sweet. This one is burning with fiery passion. Its red on red on gold color scheme simply smolders, bringing a wickedness and heat the other designs don’t have. I love it.
You might expect this beauty to be rubies, but it’s not: it’s all red spinel, that unexpectedly gorgeous superstar of a gemstone. The center stone is 1.48 carats, with an additional .56 carats of smaller stones in 18k yellow gold.
And if you need something refreshing to cool you down after all of those vivid, warm-toned rings (especially that spinel firecracker above) here’s a breath of emerald-centered fresh air.
This piece, also in 18 karat yellow gold, features a delicious .54 carat cushion cut emerald in a setting accented by diamonds. A classic design, made remarkable by the quality of the stones.
Okay, darlings. You know what I’m going to ask, because it’s my favorite question: Which of these Omi Privé rings do you love the most?
All images c/o Omi Privé.
Your posts make me remember why I love what I do so much. Also, they make my eyes feel good. Such beautiful coverage, as always, Becky. I love reading your work. Thank you for making my world sparkle even brighter every time you post.
This is the loveliest comment. Thank you so much, Andrea. I’m honored.
These are absolutely spectacular ring designs. The classic diamond cuts contrasted by the modern and bold colour choices makes for a very unique design. Adding a pop of colour into your jewellery pieces is a great way to personalise them. Thanks for sharing!
I’m so glad you enjoy them!
the second one! the purple spinel with diamond and alexandrite surround…gorgeous. i wouldn’t turn down the red one, either…
Oh, the amethyst, diamond, and alexandrite ring, for sure. These are accent colors in my wardrobe, so it’d go with everything. And amethyst is my birthstone. No question! And I’m partial to emerald-cuts. I have lots of amethyst but can never have enough! I’m wondering what the alexandrites in this ring would look under incandescent light, or the opposite of whatever it was photographed under.
The purple sapphire ring is also stunning, but a little too sweet for me. Though of course I wouldn’t turn it down if someone were to gift it to me! I really like the yellow gold double prongs on the center stone.
Love seeing spinel; it’s under appreciated!
Goofed – misread the description and thought this center stone was amethyst. No matter – I still like it the best!
Totally understandable!! The color is crazy for a spinel.
OMG. The lavender and pink sapphire just made my heart beat a little faster.
Isn’t that one glorious!?! Seriously such a special piece.
Mabry Hall says
Yes, definitely the red spinel!
That one’s so badass. Not for the faint of heart.
Oh, man…that red spinel! She’s my favorite!
I bet it would glow on the finger. I love spinel.