JAR's Pansy Rings set with colored stones and diamonds on silver and gold, shows the use of pavé-set tiny colored stones forming a carpet of tiny colored gemstones, with a gradation of color from the subtle to the vivid.
Considering each of the five Pansy rings in the image below clockwise from top left :-
Pansy Ring 1 - Designed in 2009, is set with green garnets of various shades and diamonds mounted on silver and gold.
Pansy Ring 2 - Designed in 2009, is set with rubies, pink sapphires, black spinels, green garnets and diamonds on silver and gold.
Pansy Ring 3 - Designed in 2011, is set with garnets, sapphires, spinels and diamonds mounted on silver, gold and platinum.
Pansy Ring 4 - Designed in 2010, is set with emeralds, demantoid garnets, spinels and diamonds mounted on silver and gold.
Pansy Ring 5 - Designed in 2012, is set with sapphires, garnets, tourmalines, chrysoberyls, spinels, citrines and diamonds mounted on silver, platinum and gold.
Another brooch designed in 1989 by JAR, as three stylized leaves pavé-set with emeralds, peridots, garnets, citrines and zircons, also show a gradation in color from yellow to yellowish-green, and light-green to vivid green. The scrolling stem centering upon a cushion-shaped emerald is pavé-set with diamonds, mounted in platinum and gold. The lot appeared at Christie's Geneva Magnificent Jewels Sale held on November 12, 2013. A pre-sale estimate of US$511,565 - $718,367 was placed on the lot which sold much above the upper estimate for US$1,181,346.