"Born to Be Happy" (woman's)

Manufacturing cost:

$ 1900

Product details:

Yellow gold, enamel 6.0 g
Diamond ∅ 1.25 mm: 10 pcs 3/3 (0,09 Ct)
Diamond ∅ 1 mm: 46 pcs 3/3 (0,195 Ct)
Sapphires ∅ 1,1 mm: 26 pcs (0,13 Ct)
The price is for size: 16,5
Item No.: WR0077
Production time: 2-4 weeks
We have a perfect right man’s ring!


Woman's engagement ring "Born to Be Happy" – the original design of the creative team of the jewellery manufacturer "Prytula Jewellery Group".

 It is made manually in yellow gold with jewellery enamel. The ring is decorated with 82 precious stones of the highest quality, 56 of them are diamonds and 26 sapphires. Gemstones look very gently and organically at the background of white enamel and a pattern of yellow gold.

 The pattern on the ring is a sprig of a legendary myrtle tree, which has become a symbol of our jewellery collection "Born to Be Happy." For centuries a myrtle tree was a symbol of love, marital happiness, marriage and childbearing.

The ring is made according to your size in 3 weeks.

Personal delivery.

Contact to order:

Customer service manager

+38 068 777-78-37 (Viber, WhatsApp)

Payment terms:

When making an order, the cost of jewellery is divided into 2 parts. 80% of the order value need to be paid to start production, the remaining 20% are paid upon receiving the order.


We will deliver you the ordered jewellery in your desired deadline in any convenient way: by courier service from hand to hand.

Our advantages:

  • Own production, which is located in Vinnitsa city (center of Ukraine).
  • Free delivery.
  • We issue the contract, certificate, warranty card and instructions for your jewellery care.
  • 5 years warranty on jewellery.
  • Service (cleaning, polishing, repair, resize, stones replacement and so on).
  • Possibility to develop jewelry by our designers, artists to your individual order.
  • Jewellery is made specially for you and it was never used, tried on or wore earlier (unlike the usual jewellery store and boutique).
  • All jewellery has a hallmark and nameplate, according to the current legislation of Ukraine.