Charles selected this included tourmaline heart for the centre of his engagement ring. The flaws inside the stone give it texture and intrigue, and also, make me think of a delicious raspberry flavour boiled sweet. The three diamonds in the piece were taken from Charles' Mother's ring to keep the family significance of the piece and the other stones were selected by colour to bring out the flashes within that tasty heart. The large stone on the left hand side is a pigeon blood ruby, it was the hardest shade to choose and also, probably the most expensive stone in the piece, not that that matters at all.
Tourmaline, Diamond, Ruby, Madeira citrine, Morganite