Skydiamond twist solitaire in gold


Created in the Cotswolds using carbon extracted from the atmosphere, Skydiamonds are the worlds first carbon negative diamonds.

We have set this certified 0.50ct Skydiamond in a handmade, recycled 18ct yellow gold, twist style solitaire ring.


  • The AnchorCert, certified round brilliant cut Skydiamond is E in colour, VS1 in clarity and weighs 0.50ct. It is held in a rub over setting.
  • Made in recycled 18ct yellow gold with a polished finish. The band measures 2.2mm wide, 1.8mm deep and tapers towards the setting.
  • Currently finger size L but sizeable, see options above. If your size isn’t shown please contact us here to discuss further sizing options. 
  • Please note, if this ring is altered from its current size it is non-returnable.
  • If you like to learn more about Skydiamonds please click here.
  • This ring was handmade in our jewellery workshop in Bath, England.
  • This ring is suitable for everyday wear. However it is still best to avoid contact with strong chemicals or wearing whilst lifting heavy items.
  • To brighten up your piece of jewellery we recommend buffing with a soft jewellery cloth.
  • We offer complimentary cleaning and polishes on all items purchased with us. We would recommend bringing your jewellery in for a clean once a year where we will check over the settings to ensure the longevity of each piece.
  • We use Royal Mail Special Next Day Delivery. This service is tracked, fully insured and will require a signature on delivery. We post on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday but if you would like to arrange delivery for a specific day please contact us here.
  • If you have chosen to have the item sized, please allow 5 working days for delivery. We do advise having your finger measured in person to guarantee a perfect fit.
  • For our Delivery & Returns policy please click here.
  • UK postage costs £5 for items up to £500 and £10 for items over £500.
  • Free to collect from the Studio.
  • Please contact us here regarding International shipping as this will need to be assessed case by case.