Being able to talk about the different components of a ring will help you work alongside a designer to ensure each element of your design tells a story. To make your design journey as rich as possible, we explain the different parts of a ring and what they each do.
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While the solitaire is a classic, sophisticated and affordable choice, I personally feel that the halo engagement ring style allows our customers to create a sentimental, one-of-a-kind engagement ring. For this reason, my favourite style is the halo.
As a company that specialises in bespoke designed engagement ring settings, there is always something new, beautiful and entirely unique coming through our workshop. So it is with great pleasure that I am able to share with you, my favourite engagement ring settings.
Nothing says classical sophistication like a solitaire engagement ring. This engagement ring style represents around 70% of the engagement ring market and it’s not hard to see why celebrities like Gisele Bundchen, Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Aniston, and Mila Kunis opt for these timeless treasures.
The modern lady embraces innovative trends and unique design elements to create her own adaptation of a traditional style or design. These unique design elements can include stone orientation, stone shapes, claw shapes and elements from other eras like Edwardian and Art Deco.