This is an engagement ring I designed for my then girlfriend —
now wife for more than 15 years — and then had it crafted by
an Italian artisanal jeweller based in Milan, Italy.
It represents a crown made out of roses and petals. I gave it
the name of 'Sub rosa Redouté' thinking about the latin
locution 'sub rosa' — literally 'under the rose' — which
denotes secrecy and confidentiality. On the other side since
her favourite flowers are roses I got inspiration from Belgian
painter Pierre-Joseph Redouté — aka 'le Raphaël des fleurs' —
to complete the name of the ring.
Details: A round brilliant cut solitaire with 0.3 carats
centre diamond ring in 18k white gold, three shoulder diamonds
and six claws.