John Hardy Batu Klasik Square White Topaz Ring, Size 7

  • Batu Klasik Square White Topaz Ring, Size 7
  • Batu Klasik Square White Topaz Ring, Size 7

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John Hardy Batu Klasik Square White Topaz Ring, Size 7

Was: $995.00 
Price: $750.00

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John Hardy was founded upon and remains dedicated to sustainable luxury business practices. For over 40 years, the jeweler's artisans have used reclaimed silver and gold, and suppliers are vetted to ensure both diamonds and gemstones conform to high ethical standards. Additionally, as a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), John Hardy is committed to the RJC's Code of Practices, which ensures that materials such as diamonds, gold, and platinum are conflict free and responsibly produced at every step of the supply chain.
  • John Hardy ring from the Classic Chain Collection.
  • Signature polished sterling silver hardware.
  • Square face with cushion-cut and pavé white topaz trim.
  • Signature hand-woven chain shank.
  • Approx. 0.7" diam. stone.

John Hardy is one of the last companies to weave chain by hand, and the Classic Chain collection reflects the brand's commitment to the preservation of traditional Balinese jewelry making techniques. Meticulously weaving the chain by hand allows a smooth and supple drape that follows the contour of the body. Designed in 18-karat gold, sterling silver, and an array of stones.
About John Hardy:
Established in Bali in 1975, John Hardy is dedicated to the creation of ultimate beauty through artisan handcrafted jewelry. Each of John Hardy's distinctive collections conveys evocative symbolism and honors the transmission of creative energy from the artist to the wearer. Since inception, the company has been deeply rooted in the essential values of community, artisanship, and sustainability.