Jenna Clifford Ring Prices SA – From the Sublime to the Superb

Jenna Clifford Ring Prices SA – From the Sublime to the Superb 

The ring is an article of jewellery around which tradition, antiquity, utility and symbolic meaning are centred. Rings can be also worn simply for aesthetic reasons and set with different gemstones which are significant to the wearer for their symbolism as a birthstone to ancient mythology. At Jenna Clifford, rings are master-crafted in 18ct and 9ct gold and set with the highest quality, ethically sourced diamonds and gemstones.

Our engagement and wedding band design is a separately handled entity, involving one-on-one consultations, briefs and expert design. For more information on engagement rings and pricing on ready-made pieces, click here for to get in touch. 

Jenna Clifford Ring Prices: What Determines Pricing?

In addition to historical trends, several factors can affect ring prices and therefore an average cost. The four C’s of diamond quality have the greatest impact on the diamond ring’s price, but there are several other factors that influence the pricing or any ring.

Quality: Diamond quality is critical for a beautiful ring, but due diligence should be afforded to the quality of the ring's craftsmanship, metal, and accents

Design: There are many types of ring designs to choose from, each of which can have a significant impact on the ring's cost. Modern rings are often larger and more intricate, dramatically increasing the average cost of engagement rings. Another factor to bear in mind regarding the design of the ring is whether it has been mass-produced, or custom commissioned by an expert jeweller. Mass-produced pieces which one may typically find in a retail jewellery store will inherently carry a lower cost when compared to a piece designed by an experienced jeweller, gemmologist or designer; the classic case of quality vs quantity.

Customization: Custom rings are typically more expensive than generic designs. This also goes for embellishments such as ring engraving and diamond ring wraps, which - in turn - raise the average cost.

What Types of Rings Are Available from Jenna Clifford?

For pricing on each ring, click this link to enquire on pricing.

  • Jenna Clifford Pearl Rings

    Pearl rings are fashioned from one of several types of naturally-occurring pearls; these include: 
    • Akoya Pearls - The Classic Pearl
    • Freshwater Pearls - The Fashion-Forward Pearl
    • Tahitian Pearls - The Dark, Exotic Pearl
    • South Sea Pearls - The “Rolls Royce” of Pearls
    Shop the Jenna Clifford Range of Pearl Rings here:
    https://www.jennaclifford.com/collections/fine-jewellery-rings/pearl
    • Jenna Clifford Topaz Rings

      Topaz has an exceptionally wide colour range that, besides brown, includes various tones and saturations of blue, green, yellow, orange, red, pink, and purple. Colourless topaz is plentiful, and is often treated to give it a blue colour. Topaz is also pleochroic, meaning that the gem can show different colours in different crystal directions.
      Shop the Jenna Clifford range of Topaz rings here:
      https://www.jennaclifford.com/collections/fine-jewellery-rings/topaz

    • Jenna Clifford Briolette Rings

      The Briolette Cut is a drop-shaped stone with triangular or diamond-shaped facets all the way around. There is no table, crown or pavilion in the setting. The Briolette shape is also sometimes referred to as pendeloque.
      Shop the Jenna Clifford range of Briolette rings here:
      https://www.jennaclifford.com/collections/fine-jewellery-rings/briolette
    • Jenna Clifford Quartz Rings

      Pure Quartz, which is also known as Rock Crystal, is colourless. Various impurities are responsible for the extensive range of colours, including white, colourless, blue, red, green, yellow, orange, brown, pink, purple, gray, black and multi-coloured.
      Shop the Jenna Clifford range of Quartz rings here:
      https://www.jennaclifford.com/collections/fine-jewellery-rings/quartz

    • Jenna Clifford Tourmaline Rings

      Tourmaline’s colours have many different causes. It’s generally agreed that traces of iron, and possibly titanium induce green and blue colours. Manganese produces reds and pinks, and possibly yellows. Some pink and yellow tourmalines might owe their hues to colour centres caused by radiation, which can be natural or laboratory-induced.
      Shop the Jenna Clifford range or Tourmaline rings here:
      https://www.jennaclifford.com/collections/fine-jewellery-rings/tourmaline

    • Jenna Clifford Citrine Rings

      Citrine is the yellow to orange variety of Quartz. Natural Citrine is not common; most Citrine on the gem market is produced by heat treating Amethyst and Smoky Quartz. It takes a relatively low temperature to change the colour light to golden yellow, and heating to higher temperatures will give the stone a darker yellow to brownish-red colour. The name Citrine is derived from the citron fruit, a yellow fruit similar to the lemon.
      Shop the Jenna Clifford range of Citrine rings here:
      https://www.jennaclifford.com/collections/fine-jewellery-rings/citrine 
    • Jenna Clifford Rhodolite Rings

      Rhodolite garnet is a raspberry-red, purplish-red or colored garnet. It is a mix of pyrope and almandine in composition. Rhodolite garnet gets its name from the Greek word, "rhodon", meaning "rose colored", which refers to its pinkish hue.
      Shop the Jenna Clifford range of Rhodolite Rings here:
      https://www.jennaclifford.com/collections/fine-jewellery-rings/rhodolite

     

     

    • Jenna Clifford Diamond Rings

      Diamond is the most concentrated form of pure carbon in the natural world and the strongest mineral on Earth, far exceeding other carbon allotropes such as graphite and fullerite. The secret to diamond's superior strength is found on the molecular level.
      Shop the Jenna Clifford range of Diamond Rings here:
      https://www.jennaclifford.com/collections/fine-jewellery-rings/diamond

     

    • Jenna Clifford Rose Gold Rings

      Rose gold is one of many variations of gold available. Because pure gold (24 karat gold) is too soft for jewellery, metal alloys are mixed in with pure gold to create different coloured golds. Rose gold, increasingly popular as a choice in specialized jewellery, is a gold and copper alloy.
      Shop the Jenna Clifford Range of Rose Gold rings here:
      https://www.jennaclifford.com/collections/fine-jewellery-rings/rose-gold

     

    • Jenna Clifford Yellow Gold Rings

      While we often think of yellow gold as being pure, the yellow gold used for rings is an alloy made by combining pure gold with metals such as zinc and copper. As with other gold colours, the higher the karat amount, the higher the actual gold content, but the less durable the piece of jewellery is.
      Shop the Jenna Clifford range of Yellow Gold rings here:
      https://www.jennaclifford.com/collections/fine-jewellery-rings/yellow-gold

     

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