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The Future Rocks Launches The Ring II With Adwoa Aboah

The Future Rocks Launches The Ring II With Adwoa Aboah

To celebrate the launch of The Ring II by The Future Rocks in collaboration with Lightbox Jewelry, British model and actress Adwoa Aboah recently hosted a cocktail party and unique dining experience in New York.

Hong Kong-based, lab-grown diamond jewellery brand The Future Rocks has created a new model, and it comes in the form of The Ring II. A style created in collaboration with Lightbox Jewelry, it features two coloured lab-grown diamonds set on a cutting-edge band that’s been crafted entirely using lab-grown white sapphire.

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The Ring II by The Future Rocks features lab-grown diamonds in hues of pink and blue. (Image: The Future Rocks)

Offered in an intense pink and delicate aqua, the stones are 2-carat coloured lab-grown diamonds in a round cut, and echo TFR’s belief in the infinite shapes, hues, and sizes of stones that are usually challenging to grow, made possible by the science behind lab-grown diamonds. This II style is an evolution of The Ring, which debuted last year, and the never-before-seen, patent-pending creation was made possible thanks to advances in material science as well as 59 hours of craftsmanship.

Highlights of The Future Rocks’ launch of The Ring II

Of course, there was a cocktail party and unique dining experience at trendy Brooklyn restaurant Ilis — opened by Noma‘s co-founder Mads Refslund — to celebrate The Future Rocks’ ongoing partnership with Lightbox. Guests such as Alioune Badara Fall, Tyler Mazaheri, Cami Tellez, Lauren Singer, and Gigi Rene mingled over scrumptious bites prepared by Refslund’s culinary team, as well as took the opportunity to view the jewellery pieces up close.

On the collaboration, The Future Rocks Founder and CEO Anthony Tsang said, “We are thrilled to take our collaboration with Lightbox to another level with the creation of The Ring II. Designed and developed by The Future Rocks with coloured lab-grown diamonds from Lightbox, this is a further testament to what can be achieved when pushing the boundaries of innovation and creativity, which is only possible with the use of lab-grown gemstones.”

Lab-grown diamond producer Lightbox, which is part of De Beers Group, appointed Antoine Borde as its CEO two years ago, and he shared, “Lightbox was built on a premise of innovation, and we’re thrilled to partner with a visionary brand like The Future Rocks for a collaboration that celebrates our mutual desire to push boundaries. Our ground-breaking techniques in lab-grown diamonds combined with their cutting-edge design approach have resulted in a stunning piece of jewellery that showcases the versatility and beauty of our stones while highlighting what is possible in modern jewellery design.”

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The Ring II is now available for pre-order here.

(All images unless otherwise stated: Jason Lowrie)

Source: Prestige Online

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