WIN: A sapphire, ruby, or emerald ring from Brilliant Inc
30th Nov 2018
We’ve teamed up with the much-loved Irish jewellery brand Brilliant Inc. to give one lucky Image.ie reader a beautifully handcrafted ring; either Sapphire Flora, Ruby Red or Emerald Green. To be in with a chance of winning the ring of your choice, simply answer the question below.
About Brilliant Inc.
Brilliant Inc is available exclusively from Brown Thomas this Christmas. Whether you’re in Dublin, Cork or Galway, their elegant range is the perfect way to add a festive sparkle to your look.
Brilliant Inc handcrafts beautiful, ethical and affordable fine jewellery. Each of their pieces is made from non-mined gems and recycled metals, and they are designed to blend effortlessly with your traditional diamonds.
The collections are influenced by both classic designs and the latest trends. Whether you’re looking for a classic and sophisticated finish or a contemporary design, there are pieces to suit every taste.
Sustainability is a key part of Brilliant Inc’s ethos. Their gems are handset in sterling silver and finished in gold and platinum; of which 70-100% of the metal is recycled, minimising harmful mining.
What’s more, the brand says, “Our luxurious packaging is carefully produced using recycled boxboard and no plastic,” adding, “all paper materials are made from sustainable forests and 100% fully recyclable.”
These stunning vintage style rings feature a 1.5-carat Brilliant gem centre. The detailed design is finished with fine baguette shoulders; beautifully handcrafted in sterling silver, and finished in platinum.
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