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legacy cocktail ring - natural white diamond

Regular price $ 10,550.00 USD
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Artist: Ellis Mhairi Cameron

The X OOAK Legacy Cocktail Ring is inspired by the medieval jewelry hoards which have been found across Scotland.

The softly distressed texture of the ring band contrasts with the color of the diamonds. The diamond are set into the texture of the ring, as though it has just been discovered, like buried treasure.

Perfect as a cocktail ring or engagement ring; to be worn solo, or to be stacked with other styles.

  • 14k yellow solid gold
  • Single oval soft white natural diamond, measuring 7mm x 5mm (~1.3ct), surrounded by mixed cut natural diamonds (~0.75ct).
  • Measurements: Ring band measures 2mm.


Note from the designer:

Every piece of jewellery created in the studio is unique; from the diamonds that have been sourced, to the intricate details in each design. When it comes to diamonds, sourcing the most unique colours & shapes that can be found is incredibly important to Ellis Mhairi Cameron.

These diamonds reject traditional industry deemed perfection; an unusual fleck or inclusion is what she believe makes these stones unique and more desirable.

EMC’s diamonds are conflict free and adhere to the Kimberley Process, an international certification process that aims to prevent the flow of conflict diamonds. The natural coloured diamonds are sourced from Jwaneng Mine in Botswana, and the now closed Argyle Mine in Australia, before being hand cut by a family run business in Jaipur and Surat in India.

EMC does not provide GIA certificates for diamonds, as she does not look to present industry deemed perfection within her pieces. GIA certificates will impact the price of the diamonds used, and therefore the finished piece of jewellery, significantly.


Ancient artifacts found buried within Ellis' family land in the Scottish Highlands are the inspiration behind her jewelry. As Ellis' collections have evolved over time, medieval treasures are reimagined through different shapes and forms, reimagined for today in gold and diamonds.

Ellis Mhairi Cameron originally studied for a BA in Jewelry & Silversmithing at the Glasgow School of the Art, before completing an MA in Jewelry Design at Central Saint Martins. Since launching her brand in 2018, Ellis sells her work internationally and her work has been featured in articles and photoshoots in publications such as Vogue, Financial Times, JCK & Forbes.