Cocktail rings first became fashionable in the 1920s and 1930s. The casualties of the First World War left many women single but they gained new freedom, entering the work force on a more equal footing with men and winning the right to vote. With their new found financial independence, they bought beautiful cocktail rings for themselves. A cocktail ring has now become synonymous with independent women who know what they want and go after it without needing permission from anyone.
The quirky design of the cocktail glass, which holds the stone, fits into the ring which has a “straight up with a twist” unique fitting. This means you can change the colour of the stone as the mood takes you.