Solitaire Ring For Emerald-Cut Diamond

The solitaire is a simple and elegant ring meant to show off your beautiful emerald-cut diamond. Its design is minimal, yet secure design which draws all the attention to the diamond or gemstone.

This particular ring is shown with a emerald-cut diamond. I can set any emerald-cut sapphire, ruby, or other type gemstone in this ring. It can accommodate any size starting with 1/4 carat and on up including 1 carat, 2 carats, and 3 carats.

I see so many variations of this ring; it is important to know what you are buying and why. First, I sell solitaires that are die-struck as opposed to cast. They last longer and wear better. Second, all the solitaires I sell are comfort fit; they feel better on the figure and are worth the little added expense. Lastly, I use a 6 prong head for marquises rather than a 4 prong. Even though I believe diamonds and gems just show up better in 4 prongs, the outside edges of the oval are exposed and too prone to chips.

As a jeweler and gemologist, I always a solitaire especially for a diamond engagement ring.

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Item# 136-730-241-EMER

Price

$300.00

Variants

Basic Specs


  • Size of Center (If Diamond) 1/2 Carat and Up!
  • Width 2.25 MM
  • Finger Size Any Finger Size!
  • Shape of Center Gem Emerald-Cut
  • Size of Center (If Diamond) Starting with 0.25 carat and up
  • Main Colors White (Silver)/Yellow/Rose

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Bespoke

Marsha and I specialize in working with you to create your perfect piece. We design and craft jewelry to your style not the other way around. Jewelry should be customized for you.

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