This ring was among the first in the collection to be made by Maestro Dari. It plays an important role: both for the workmanship that reproduces three spires inspired by the Church of Santa Croce in Florence and for the diamonds and sapphires that embellish it. Entirely in 18 kt yellow gold, there are rows of diamonds on the sides in addition to the three that rise on the apexes of the reproduction of the spires. At the center of the ring, a drop-shape Ceylon sapphire differs in color and position. Sapphire, whose blue color depends on iron and titanium, was a precious stone considered sacred to the God Saturn. It represents deep friendship and trust.