Blackpool jeweller's special ring for food event

The Obsession ring from Leonard Dews
The Obsession ring from Leonard Dews
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A Blackpool jeweller created a special luxury ring to celebrate 18 years of a county food event.

Leonard Dews of Church Street was supporting Obsession, the culinary event and charity fund-raiser from gourmet chef’s Northcote in the Ribble Valley.

The 18 night event features top chefs visiting the venue and it finished, with diners enjoying the culinary skills of some of the world’s best chefs, including Jason Atherton and triple Michelin-starred Japanese duo - Hiroshi Nakamichi and Tomoyuki Kon.

Michael Hyman, managing director of Leonard Dews added: “We love Northcote, its at the heart of the incredible North West foodie scene, which rivals anything the south has to offer.

“We feel very lucky to have this incredible food on our doorstep and so it seems natural for us to support the event. It was a pleasure to create this stunning ring for Obsession 18.”

The jewellers also lent a luxury watch, the Longines Conquest, to Northcote head chef Lisa Goodwin-Allen to show off during the event.

The ring, named Obsession and which is currently on show at a design event in Munich, is made from 18ct platinum and yellow gold and features two 3.09ct yellow diamonds, surrounded by 72 G VS brilliant cut diamonds totalling 0.44ct.

The ring is so specialised it has been given no price tag. If you want to buy it you will have to apply to the jeweller.