London jeweler Hancocks to reveal the world's largest double-diamond ring at TEFAF
March 2, 2016: The world’s largest cushion-cut diamond crossover ring, designed by London jeweler, Hancocks, is to premiere at this year’s edition of TEFAF Maastricht, a leading art fair.
Hancocks has created the stunning ornament from an extremely rare matching pair of cushion-cut diamonds, each weighing a whopping 20 carats and originating from the same piece of rough gemstone. The ultimate statement piece took the brand’s craftsmen over a year to sketch, design and execute.
Alongside the show-stopping ring, Hancocks will treat the attendants of the prestigious art and antiques fair to an exquisite collection of vintage jewels, including a couple of Pierre Sterle diamond necklaces, a Weise gothic pendant necklace as well as a Verdura emerald-and-diamond devant-de-corsage brooch, worn by Mary Rothschild, among other striking pieces.
Hancocks will exhibit at stand 243 from March 11 – 20, 2016. More information is available on TEFAF’s website.