Our company is known for adding intricate details to our finely crafted rings. One of the most important ones are the details on the profile of your ring to provide it a finished and polished look. The beauty of adding a profile to your unique custom designed engagement ring is that it helps in maintaining the focus of the ring on the center diamond when it is viewed face on, however, it also adds some great sparkle and personal touch when it is viewed from the sides. Here are some ways on how to do the same.
- For the pave solitaire styles, you can choose the diamonds along the ring basket. The fanciest of diamond shapes other than the round cuts will need a basket to secure the diamond in place besides the four prongs. You can always add the diamonds to the basket. Some people prefer the plain and streamlined basket look while some add the details including the diamonds on the basket area halting at each prong and more stones where the stems are attached to the band. You can also add a full wrap of diamonds over the prong. This wrap is much more like a halo but going beneath the center stone as opposed to encasing it.
- The very same is applicable for class solitaire designs with zero diamonds on the band. You can still accomplish the classiest of looks with no diamonds on the band by adding more metal details or diamonds along the profile. This is deemed a subtle nuance that it provides it an extra flash that most people love. It is a perfect look for the ones who are aiming for the ring to look very classic and elegant from the top view.
- The most common halo design is the single halo facing up as the signature micro pave design. It is a very delicate look but you can go for an extra diamond detailing along the perimeter of the halo as well. This is called double edge halo and shouldn’t be confused with the double halo where both rows of diamonds facing up and creating a much larger appearance. This double edge style enhances the center diamond shape and keeps it as a focal point. For additional detailing you can also pave stones running up the stems that attach the halo to the band. Then notice how defined and beautiful it looks.