RS-R002 S-1Size Guide
Sterling silver High Wall style band with 19 inverted-set, round, natural blue Australian sapphires with a total carat weight of 2.85ct. The gleaming curves of the high walls reflect the distinct shape of the stones' cullet in a contrast of smooth curves and sharp lines. The inverted set of these gems represents Reign's modern approach to luxury design and contemporary styling. This Quintessential elegant band says it all with a distinctive design that is both "today" and "timeless." Make it your everyday ring, and build your collection of Reign pieces from this Quintessential classic.
The slightly curved silhouette of this ring is reminiscent of an arrow pointing to the heart. This modern and comfortable style is sure to become a favorite ring - one that is easy to wear daily - making a statement on its own or worn alongside other pieces for a layered look. High polish sterling silver set with 5 round inverted sapphires. Total carat weight 0.88ct.
Designed to reflect Reign's modern chic aesthetic, the double baguette ring features two sterling silver double band rings accented with channel-set natural blue sapphire baguettes. Worn along the length of the finger, a delicate chain connects the two rings and allows for easy movement. The upper part is usually two sizes smaller than the bottom part. Choose yours based on your regular ring size.
A more delicate statement of nobility, the Baron style shield ring reflects lineage and royal character in a slender sterling silver silhouette, set with 59 pave-set natural sapphires. The Baron Shield ring can also be worn as a unisex symbol of strength. The tapered band creates a comfortable fit and supports the impressive shield of sapphires above. Total carat weight 2.71ct.
The clean polished lines of Reign's Cigar band are highlighted by a line of 5 inverted set natural sapphires with 0.74ct Total Weight. High polish finish in Sterling Silver. Wear it in your 4th finger to make a powerful statement or mix and match with the I-Reign ring in other fingers