Alluvial Ring

There is a local myth that the discovery of the site of the Argyle Diamond Mine came about when diamonds were found in a nearby creek bed tumbling down amongst other rocks and minerals.
That then led to the discovery of what is still known as the most valuable diamond mine in the world.

Living in Broome, Jodi is constantly inspired by the rustic colours of the natural landscape here in the Kimberley region and has brought this to life in this incredible Alluvial collection.

The lead feature in these rings is the deep, ochre-coloured fancy shape diamonds and the distinctive way they ‘tumble’ through each design, like a rolling stone.
The richness of yellow gold embodies the warmth of the diamonds while the white gold and white diamonds give a striking visual contrast. Each and every diamond in this collection is unique in both the colour it bears and the shape in which the lapidarist has fashioned it.

As unique as you can get as no two pieces are the same.


Green Shield Shaped Centre

Handcrafted in 18ct White Gold 
5 = 0.79ct Fancy Cut & Colour Natural diamonds
44 = 0.35ct Round Brilliant Cut white diamonds D-F colour Si clarity

Pale Orange Oval Shaped Centre