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Three Stone Diamond Rings

The three stone ring symbolizes a universal language. Past-present-future.


Memories of the past
Commitment to the present
Promise for the future


Building your three stone engagement ring is a complex process; here are a few examples of our 3 stone ring designs. Let me help you choose the perfect side stones to accompany the centre stone of your choice. Choose the shape of the side stones you would like to accompany your centre stone. I will be able to select for you a choice of side stones matched both in quality and proportions that will compliment your centre stone to perfection.

Build your own is designed to give you an initial idea of what you can achieve with your budget in mind. Please contact us to discuss your requirements in more detail and we will provide you with the best price at the best exchange rate.

1. Choose your three stone setting type

2. Select your centre diamond shape

Round Round Princess Princess Oval Oval Marquise Marquise Emerald Emerald Asscher Asscher Radiant Radiant Heart Heart Pear Pear Cushion Cushion

3. Choose the metal for your ring setting

Platinum is the strongest, most pure metal and handmade platinum engagement rings will stand the test of time.

18ct Yellow gold, this metal is traditionally associated with an engagement ring.

18ct White gold is a wonderful alternative to yellow gold, This metal is plated giving the shiny white appearance of platinum.

4. Choose your side stone shape

This is the shape for the two diamonds either side of centre stones

5. Set your budget

This is the total amount that you wish to spend on your engagement ring. It covers your ring setting and loose diamond (centre and side stones)..

What do you want to do now?

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