Pamela Love is proud to introduce our limited-edition ceremonial ring made with Botswana diamonds hand-selected by the De Beers Group. This special ring is created in collaboration with De Beers using diamonds sourced, mined, cut, and polished in Botswana, resulting in a direct positive contribution to local communities.
Only ten of these rings has been made. Each diamond has a laser engraved with serial number inside for complete traceability from the mine to your finger. Additionally the bands have been hand engraved 1 through 10 and signed by Pamela.
A unique take on ceremonial jewelry, this ring features a De Beers diamond bezel set in a braided velvety 18k yellow gold band, symbolizing the weaving together of souls and multiple lives intertwining to become one.
All steps of the diamond mining, cutting, and polishing process were carried out in Botswana. Since the 1960s the diamond mining industry has transformed the country’s economy leading to stronger infrastructure, increased employment, and free primary schooling for all children. Today, De Beers continues to support and contribute to the local communities surrounding the 5 mines in which they operate.
Botswana diamonds are a natural fit to our core beliefs. “We are very concerned with supply chain and traceability and sourcing,” says Pamela, “we try to use recycled materials, ethically mined stones.”
This ring was made to celebrate love and commitment of all kinds with a focus on caring for and contributing to the community and the people who played a part in its creation. We hope you find it as special as we do.