A solitaire engagement ring features a single diamond with a plain band.
It is a perfect blend of elegance and tradition. This timeless and sophisticated approach can be custom-designed to suit those who believe less is more.
The solitaire diamond ring can encapsulate both modern and classic styles. A variety of factors will impact the design, like the setting, the diamond shape and the precious metals used.
Although the four or six claw setting is the most commonly used, designs are not limited to these basket styles. Over the years we have seen the use of both bezel and half-bezel styles, and tension settings have recently become popular. Each style provides an engagement ring that looks unique.
The setting style can be impacted by the shape of the loose diamond or coloured gemstone selected. Certain styles will complement and provide greater protection for your gemstones. When matched with the numerous band styles available to complement the setting, this classic form is sure to amplify the magical brilliance of a diamond or coloured gemstone of any shape and size.
Although the round brilliant cut is the most classic design, the use of emerald cut, cushion cut, pear- shape and princess cuts are increasing in popularity.
Solitaire engagement rings are available in 18 carat white gold, yellow gold, rose gold and platinum. These precious metals can be matched with any loose diamond or coloured gemstone of your choice.
Kalfin Jewellery has a large selection of solitaire engagement rings on display and a vast portfolio of previously commissioned works. With your ideas and pictures, this huge range can become the basis for your decision or simply an inspiration to custom-make a unique ring of your choice.
Expert advice and guidance from our designers will help you choose or create a design that suits your style and budget.
We welcome you to arrange an obligation-free consultation at our Collins Street boutique in the Melbourne CBD to explore your choices. Our tutorial with real loose diamonds and coloured gemstones will ensure you make an informed decision that is tailored to your specific needs. Dealing direct with the designer also ensures great value for money and guarantees your satisfaction.
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