George Pragnell's winning ring

This humming bird hovering over a freesia won jeweller George Pragnell, of Stratford-upon-Avon, the Goldsmiths' Craft and Design Award, now in its 100th year.

George Pragnell hummingbird ring is adorned with sapphires, green tsavorites and aquamarines and the flower is made up of rubies, pink sapphires and diamonds and at the centre is a fancy intense yellow diamond. Not for sale

This humming bird hovering over a freesia won jeweller George Pragnell, of Stratford-upon-Avon, the Goldsmiths' Craft and Design Award, now in its 100th year. George Pragnell's Humming Bird ring received the 'Gold and Fine Jewellery' Award from Goldsmiths' Craft and Design Council. This bright Sapphire Breasted hummingbird resplendent in a plummage of blue sapphires, tsavorites and aquamarines was designed by Charlie Pragnell, grandson of the founder George Pragnell. The ring was made in the firm's workshops in Stratford-upon-Avon. The humming bird is about to drink the golden nectar of a freesia made up of rubies, pink sapphires and diamonds. At the centre of the flower is a yellow diamond that has caught the humming bird's attention. The yellow diamond is surrounded by 22 smaller white diamonds, arranged like the stamen of the flower. The stem of the flower forms the ring made of platinum covered in green enamel and diamonds. The company also has a private showroom in London and as well as sourcing antique jewels, the firm makes all its own jewellery in its workshops. For more information contact Pragnells or call +44(0)1789267072

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