The Timeless Solitaire Engagement ring.
A solitaire is likely the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of an engagement ring. A solitaire allows you to maximize your center stone within your budget. It also speaks of sophisticated minimalism allows everyone’s focus to go straight to your new sparkler.
Choose a Fancy Shape
There are nine widely recognized diamond cuts that are regularly used as center stones in diamond rings.
Eight of those are called Fancy Cuts. The Round Brilliant cut is the ninth diamond cut, it is not considered a fancy cut because it makes up almost 80% of all diamond that are cut in the world. When you choose a fancy shape diamond you are putting your solitaire in a very select group of diamond rings.
Unique Design Details
A solitaire doesn’t have to have just a plain gold band. Mix it up by setting your diamond atop a fun gold or platinum band. When you give it a texture or a pattern you make it something entirely unexpected.
Prong and Diamond Orientation
It is always fascinating that such a subtle change as rotating the diamond’s setting a few degrees can change the entire look. We have been seeing more and more designs featuring horizontal diamonds. The manner in which your gemstone is set, prongs, is another way to add unexpected details, double prongs like in the rose gold ring below are reinforce the security of your diamond while giving your solitaire that something extra you crave.
Buck the White diamond
Give colored diamonds and gemstones the spotlight. Did you know that diamonds come in nearly every shade of the rainbow? You can get any color you dream of with the durability and value of a diamond. Colored Gemstones have been growing in popularity with solitaries. They add an infectious pop of color to your life.
A bezel set solitaire has many advantages. Here the diamond finds itself surrounded in protective metals, great for an active lifestyle. It also makes way for the craftsmanship of your Diny’s Jewelers Solitaire to be on full stunning display.
Take advantage of the variety of color available from gold and how well they compliment each other. Rose gold adds such a feminine edge, but softens the look of white gold. There are so many options for adding two colors of gold to your solitaire. Set the diamond in rose and keep the band white, or add side details in yellow gold to a white gold ring are just a couple of the ways we have used two tone to make a solitaire a sophisticated stand out.
When you surround your solitaire with gold, adding details, texture, even intricate designs it does a lot to set your ring apart from everyone else’s.
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