A pendant with two hands holding a cushion cut diamond on a oval cable chain.
Three sapphires wrapped in yellow gold; one yellow, one pink, and one blue.
Two pear shaped sapphires wrapped in one if Fraser Hamilton's signature settings.
A simple ring with a deep dark green sapphire bound to the top by strands of yellow gold.
Fraser Hamilton creates a ring by carving the jewelry directly out of a single piece of wax. What results is a sculptural piece, like this textured signet ring, appearing almost excavated from the floor of the ocean.
A ring that, at first, appears to be a simple band, is made intricate with wrapped strips of gold, and diamonds set intermittently across the band.
Using four padparadscha sapphires (a Sinhalese word for salmon colored lotus blossom) of different shades of orangey pink, this ring emphasizes the natural variance in stones.
An intricate sculptural hand is surrounded by wrapped yellow gold. Its finger points, directing the eye, to the small blue sapphire at the tip of the pendant.
Hand carved in wax, then set with stones, this signet style ring is a modern take on a classic.
A band of woven gold is formed into a signet shape, and finished with a rough ruby wedged into the weave.
Two gold hand carved hands, one on each earring, dangle with their palms facing forward.
A bright blue sapphire is wrapped in layers of yellow gold that are banded together to create a ring.