The UK Jeweller of the Year finalist had designed and made the ring for the charity, which gives children with life-threatening illnesses the chance to achieve one of their dreams.
The auction took place at the Valentine ‘Make-A-Wish’ Ball at the Dorchester Hotel in London on 11 February. Bobby based the diamond ring on a design taken from his new Star Cross’d Lovers collection – the silver and black enamel Star Cross’d Wishes ring, which is now on sale with 50 per cent of the profits also going to the Foundation.
“It’s a fantastic charity,” said Bobby. “It does incredible work, granting magical wishes to children and young people in the UK diagnosed with life-threatening conditions. I am honoured that Make-A-Wish UK invited me to design these special pieces.”
Guests that also attended the event were Make-A-Wish UK CEO Neil Jones (pictured with Bobby) and Harry Potter actors James and Oliver Phelps.