Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Finished 3 Stone Engagement Ring

I have a new finished 3 stone engagement ring (click here to see the design)... and it's now one of my favorites. I like to think of this more like a European style setting, because the stones are set high. Most of the time, people worry about catching their ring on different things at work or home... but a stone sparkles more when you don't sink it deeply into a setting (which is more common in American style settings.) I love a stone sticking out for the world to see! And this ring does that!

The center stone is a 68 point VS2/SI1 G/H colored transitional cut family diamond. The sides are 4.5x6.5 mm blue-grey pear spinels. And finally, there is one tiny 1mm square VS melee diamond on each side of the head. All set in 14K white gold, with most of the metal provided by the clients.

What I like about this ring is the fact that we carried a soft pointed edge throughout the ring. The shank is a style called knife edge, which carried into the end V-prongs for the pears. We also finished the center stone prongs the same way... and finally added a the small square diamond, but turned on it's axis to fit into the crisscross of the head.

1 comment:

Akanksha said...

Extremely Beautiful ! I have no words for it. Which stone have you used for making this ring ? Is it diamond ? It is looking to be expensive one..
vintage style rings

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