Divine Solitaires
Divine Solitaires

Ring Types

Diamond Ring Type

“A diamond is forever.” The hardest rock on earth and undoubtedly the most beautiful stones too, it is not just another piece of jewellery to be worn at occasions. Diamonds are precious stones that add elegance to your persona with utter grace. Personifying sheer magnificence and adding charm to your personality, diamonds leave everyone awestruck. The hardest rock symbolizes the everlasting bond as the gem lasts almost forever. Divine Solitaires offers a varied range, right from engagement rings to wedding rings to choose from that are made just for you and fit your diamond ring budget as well.

Solitaire Engagement Rings

The most traditional type of engagement ring, this couple band is for those who like to keep it simple and elegant. Solitaire engagement rings consist of a single diamond mounted on the top of the ring. The solitaire ring is shaped in such a way so that the centre stone receives the entire attention. This timeless classic is generally made with narrower bands to make the diamond look large. Other variations include having thicker bands or ring guards which frame the centrepiece to make it look more prominent and distinguished.

Pavé Engagement Rings

Pavé engagement rings are more of diamonds and reveal less metal. These types of engagement rings are encrusted with tiny diamonds along the metal band such that it seems as if the entire ring is made of diamonds. The metal part is mostly not visible as the diamonds use just beads or prongs to hold them in place. The centre stone of this fashion ring is generally round cut or princess cut.

Channel Set Engagement Rings

No prongs are used in channel set engagement rings. The diamonds are embedded into channel-like grooves between two strips of metal. Available in a variety of cuts and shapes, these embedded diamonds on the side help give the centre stone a much more bolder look.

Sidestone Engagement Rings

Just like you perfectly complement your partner, the sidestone also perfectly complements the diamond in the centre. Sidestone solitaire rings are generally flanked by two or more smaller diamonds on either side of the central gem. The sidestones help in adding more brilliance, make the ring more radiant and also add some extra cost to your engagement ring budget.

Three Stone Engagement Rings

The Three Stone Engagement or Wedding Rings is for those who like some extra bling on their hands. The centre gem is flanked by two other diamonds on each side in this type of engagement ring. The centre stone is elevated a bit higher than the other two diamonds to attract more attention. A higher quality center stone affects the couple band budget. Round cut or princess cut diamonds are preferred for the centre diamond and are also available in couple bands

Tension Set Engagement Rings

It is a modern and unique type of ring setting without any prongs in which the centre diamond is held in place by physical force of the setting in such a way that the diamond appears to be suspended or floating in the air. Just as the name suggests, it uses force and tension of the ring to keep the diamond in place. Popular choices of diamond cuts for these types of rings are round, princess and emerald cut.

Halo Engagement Rings

Halo engagement rings are a type of pavé engagement rings as they involve a similar craft. This setting features a micro-pavé setting in a halo formation around the central gemstone. The ring’s sparkle is enhanced by the smaller diamonds around which give it a radiant and bright look. Asscher-cut diamonds, pear-shaped and oval diamonds are popular choices.

Vintage Engagement Rings

There is nothing that can ever beat a classic. Vintage rings are an epitome of elegant artisanship and are the most desired form of engagement rings. These designs draw inspiration from classic timeless pieces of jewellery and boast of maximum fire, brilliance, and scintillation. In vintage rings, the centre stones are usually prong-set, basket-set or bezel-set.

Wedding Sets

Wedding sets usually include a matching set of engagement rings and wedding rings. The rings of the bride and groom are also coordinated to ensure a perfect and complimenting combination of the rings.