Stephen Webster has launched his new collection, The ReBelles, which includes seven bespoke limited edition cocktail rings.
The first Rocket Girl ring is inspired by mathematician Katherine Johnson. The ring is crafted from blue titanium and palladium on a white gold tang with a central amethyst and Paraiba tourmalines, diamonds, purple and blue sapphires.
The second ring, “Making Waves”, inspired by activist and marine biologist Rachel Carson, is crafted in 18-karat white gold and features a carved moonstone dial in the center with gray and white diamond studs.
Inspired by the ballerina Anna Pavlova, the Swan Song ring is crafted in 18-carat white gold with a green dichroic tourmaline in the center and white diamonds.
Meanwhile, the “Red Sail Sunset” ring is inspired by the pirate Ching Shi and is crafted in yellow gold with a central orange citrine and cabochon-cut rubies, white diamonds, and black-plated tattoo details.
In addition, the Cleopatra and Elizabeth Taylor inspired 18k yellow gold Love on the Nile ring features a Tahitian pearl in the center, black diamonds, London blue topaz baguettes and green tsavorites.
The Joie De Vivre ring was influenced by Marsha P. Johnson, a transgender woman of color in the 1960s. The product is also made of yellow gold with a lilac spinel in the center, decorated with a rainbow of square-cut sapphires, tsavorites and enamel details.
In addition, the Double Dutchman ring is inspired by Mata Hari, a rumored double agent who worked for both sides during World War II. Ring in pink gold with a central chrysolite surrounded by diamonds, with a jeweled snake set with diamonds, rubies and pink sapphires and gold tassels.
Stephen Webster said, “The ReBelles” draws inspiration from heroines throughout history, celebrating their achievement, intelligence and rebellious spirit.
“The collection showcases Stephen Webster’s impeccable craftsmanship and attention to detail. Each piece references the unique personality and charisma of the rebel who inspired it.”