Each spring when cherry trees blossom in Japan, nature’s beauty blazes across the landscape. The soft pink petals of the cherry blossom, or sakura, only last a few days and the exact timing of their arrival is always up to chance. Which is why the sakura’s fleeting appearance is so special: it reminds us of the preciousness of time, and of life itself.
Ethereal trees stretching their soft flowering branches through the air, surrounded by swirling petals caught in the wind, and the knowledge that this fleeting beauty makes us cherish our relationships even more—this is what inspired us to craft our masterpiece cherry blossom ring collection.
the cherry blossom collection
The sakura’s transience—its brief yet brilliant lifespan—makes it impossible to sit beneath a flowering tree without considering how precious our own lives are.
Our cherry blossom rings are inspired by the soft yet structural petals of the sakura, with a detailed attention to the intricacies of boughs of blossoms glowing in the warm springtime air.
Starting from £1,450. Adorned with flower buds and petals, an intricate and highly unique sculptural design.
Starting from £1,150. A classic solitaire in a graceful cathedral setting, with a hidden blossom supporting the basket.
cherry blossom festival
Cherry blossoms have a long cultural history in Japan. The traditional custom of hanami, meaning ‘flower-viewing’, during the annual Cherry Blossom Festival brings people together to reflect, admire, and celebrate.
Hanami dates back to the Nari period (710 – 794AD), and having influenced art, poetry, and philosophy for the past several centuries, it now takes the form of people gathering under the blooming sakura to share food and drink and honour the transient beauty of the flowers.
Hanami captivates the heart and mind in a distinct way. Only days after the hana, meaning ‘flower’, has bloomed the wind whisks its pink petals away. We’re left with only the memory of this instantaneous phenomenon, and the knowledge of how lucky we were to witness it.
Hanami means flower-viewing | 花見
The cultural tradition of hanami is all about accepting the nature of things, embracing the ephemeral in order to more deeply appreciate the things that last, such as love, family, and community.
During hanami, people gather together to celebrate their bonds, which is what inspired this multi-flowered engagement ring. The Hanami ring is an ode to the lineage and endurance of your love.
Available from £1,450 for the mount in 18ct rose gold, the Hanami ring is one of our most nuanced masterpiece designs ever, featuring melee white diamonds peppered throughout its bouquet of flowers and buds.
Hana means flower | 花
In Japanese philosophy, it’s the unpredictable and fleeting nature of a blossoming flower that associates hana with the beauty of humanity.
To represent the preciousness and endurance of love, and its ability to overcome the passage of time, the Hana ring features a delicate cherry blossom hidden beneath the basket of this classic solitaire ring.
Starting from £1,150 for the mount in 18ct rose gold, this minimalist engagement ring brings together intricate craftsmanship and comfortable, everyday design.
Sakura means cherry blossom | 桜
This design is made for the romantics, who know that love is the most precious thing, composed of small passing moments which grow into a lifetime spent with your partner.
The Sakura ring is a bold ‘Bombay’-style cluster ring. A lattice of white, fancy intense pink, and fancy pink diamonds encircles a centre round brilliant white diamond set with contemporary asymmetrical claws.
Starting from £6,930 for the mount set in 18ct rose gold with a total carat weight of 1.14cts, the Sakura is a beautiful choice for either an engagement ring or wedding ring.
The Cherry Blossom Engagement Ring Collection is our way of capturing the natural wonder of hanami and the cherry blossom festival through meaningful design.
These rings will make the perfect talisman to accompany you on each day of your marriage, to celebrate the eternal beauty of love.