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When it comes to jewelry design--well, there's just so much of it. Trick is to tell a story that hasn't been told before--or at least not in previous ways. Sometimes it amounts to looking at something in a completely new way. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Trite axiom, but nevertheless true.  The ring above contains 3 mysteriously shaped stones. They are naturally formed diamonds, in a shape referred to as macle. They are flat rather like a triangle shaped lozenge. How interesting! Most of us have never laid eyes on a rough diamond from the ground, let alone these hypnotic tri-corner shapes.    Designers are forever scrambling to express their personal viewpoints in such a way as to make the most indifferent jewelry collector stop at take notice. Such is the reaction one has discovering this ring by Jennifer Dawes. She says, " Most people have never seen an uncut diamond and this one-of-a-kind ring features three natural, uncut, raw macle diamonds with fascinat

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