This beautiful ring has a pear shape diamond, which is framed with a single row halo ring and made in a gold ring. The ring also features shoulders which are adorned with smaller diamonds. Those with an inclination towards non-traditional styles can opt for a more unusual cut like this pear cut diamond or marquise cut diamond. Pear shapes are also ideal for fancy diamonds, otherwise known as coloured diamonds, as they bring out hues better. Take a look at this pear-shaped fancy diamond ring here to see how well they match. Having a halo around the centre stone also highlights the centre stone and gives the illusion of a larger diamond.
This is part 3 from our series of guides to birthstones which gives an overview on July, August, September. To read part one click here. Birthstones are a fantastic way to add a special meaning to jewellery and make great gifts to mark a birthday, anniversary, graduation or other memorable occasion. They can be incorporated into rings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets and more. Paired with diamonds, they can add a splash of colour and variety to your jewellery piece. So read up on all the birthstones with our handy guide!
This is a beautiful diamond ring with a distinctive cathedral setting. The cathedral setting is one of the most elegant, classic and popular engagement ring settings. Similar to the cathedral, it uses arches of metal to support and securely hold the centre diamond or coloured gemstone. The centre stone can then be set with prongs, bezel, tension or basket design and it can sit low or high above the arches. It’s defining characteristic is not how the centre stone is held but rather how the mounting is built and how the shank and the arches are relating. The cathedral engagement ring setting got its name because as the name implies, it’s shape mimics the grace and elegance of a cathedral.
This beautiful ring contains a cushion cut diamond centre stone, which is framed in a platinum single row halo setting and finished with diamond shoulders along the sides. The centre diamond is secured in a sturdy four claw setting the halo ring perfectly complements the stone, giving the illusion of a heavier carat.
This is a double halo sapphire ring. A eye catching piece of jewellery, this beautiful ring features a stunning sapphire gemstone. Placed in the centre, this cushion cut sapphire is carefully fitted in a four-claw setting and surrounded in a double halo of diamonds. Halos are great for framing the centre stone perfect for creating a striking jewellery piece that will really make a big impact. Halos give the illusion of a bigger centre stone and so are a popular investment for those that want to make the most of their centre stone.
A elegant traditional three stone diamond ring. In a three stone ring setting, as the name states, features three stones – a larger centre diamond, with two smaller diamonds either side. These diamonds are round cut but three stone rings aren’t limited to that cut. You can make a more unusual jewellery piece by combining […]
This is part 2 from our series of guides to birthstones which gives an overview on April, May, June. To read part one click here. Birthstones are a fantastic way to add a special meaning to jewellery and make great gifts to mark a birthday, anniversary, graduation or other memorable occasion. They can be incorporated […]
The idea of birthstones dates back to ancient times when the Greeks, Egyptians, Romans, Persians and Indians all assigned different gemstones to each month of the year. According to the stories behind birthstones, legend has it that wearing a gemstone during its assigned month boosts its healing and therapeutic powers. For the full effect, individuals […]
An eye-catching gold four pronged diamond bracelet that will make for a great addition to any jewellery box. This tennis bracelet features a stunning array of round cut diamonds. These are meticulously strung together in a secure four pronged setting and tied together with gold links. This bracelet can be made using any precious metals […]