(item # 102030)(price does not include center stone)
This classic engagement ring features a solitaire diamond in a four prong setting rising up out of a beautiful platinum band. It was created as a custom order for a client from Snohomish, WA, and he worked with our designers both online and in our Bellevue, WA location to ensure we got every detail exactly right.
A diamond solitaire is an eternally popular choice for an engagement ring, and this one is a lovely contemporary variation on the theme. The diamond at the center is a round brilliant cut, and the four prong setting holding it rises up from a point in the center of the top of the band. It opens up to cradle the diamond at its widest point and with prongs only as large as they need to be to hold the stone securely.
The openness of this setting and the way it suspends the diamond above the band really helps emphasize the beauty of the stone by making its shine visible from every side. The angles of the prongs in the setting also mirror the angle of the taper in the shank, which creates a satisfying balance for the ring when viewed from the side.
The platinum shank is widest at the top where the diamond setting originates. It gently tapers down towards the bottom of the ring, and the brushed finish really shows off the metal’s lovely silver color. Platinum is a great choice for a ring you’re going to wear every day, as it requires little maintenance to maintain its stunning appearance, and it’s strong enough to hold even large stones securely. Platinum history, benefits and care tips..
Especially when you’re using a design that emphasizes the diamond above all else, it’s vital that the stone you choose is perfect for the piece. Of course, navigating the diamond selection process on your own can be confusing and overwhelming, which is why our experts are here to assist you and answer all your questions.
If you’d like to know more about the Four C’s of diamond selection, you can take a look at this online resource we’ve put together. It gives a basic overview of how cut, clarity, color, and carat weight impact the appearance and cost of a diamond, and it also introduces you to the types of terms used to describe these beautiful stones. So when the time comes to pick out your perfect diamond, we’ll be glad to help you make the best selection to fit your ring and your budget.
Design Your Own Engagement Ring
Includes: Diamonds, Polished, Platinum, Solitaire, Tapered, Classic, Diamond, Contemporary, Round,
Details listed for size 6.00