City of London Jewellers present the Ely diamond crossover ring a single 0.25ct sparkling round white solitaire diamond set in a 18ct white crossover ring RA00374.
Ely Diamond Crossover Ring RA00374.
Quarter of a carat 0.25cts.The perfect engagement ring.
Made in 18ct white gold, with a round brilliant cut diamond total quarter of a carat = diamond weight 0.25cts SI clarity colour H.
Unlike most diamond crossover rings this diamond is held in place with a strong rub-over setting to both sides allowing the diamond to sit lower to the finger and also taking away the need for any claw settings.
A timeless symbol of love, this beautiful and feminine ring evokes a true sense of romance, set with a single round brilliant cut white diamond to the centre of the crossover ring shank.
Diamond crossover ring is a type of finger ring, the shank of which exceeds a full circle and is wrapped around the finger so that the two terminals overlap and lie alongside each other, each usually being set with a diamond as in the case of this Ely Diamond Crossover Ring. Some rigid bracelets are similarly made.
A brilliant cut is a diamond or other gemstone cut in a particular form with numerous facets so as to have exceptional brilliance such as the diamond in this Ely Diamond Crossover Ring. The shape resembles that of a cone and provides maximized light return through the top of the diamond.
Have you ever heard the expression, Rome wasn’t built in a day? The same applies to the creation of the perfect diamond cut. Today, the most popular diamond shape for an engagement ring is the round brilliant cut diamond. The diamond took more than six centuries and multiple craftsmen from one generation to the next to create. This resulted in a dramatic transformation of the diamond cutting process throughout the years.
Diamonds that were cut and polished before the great Kimberley diamond rush; that followed the first discovery of diamonds in South Africa in 1867, looked significantly different to the brilliant cut diamond that we see today. Over the years the anatomy of a diamond has changed; each drawing closer to achieving the perfect cut. Table facets have become larger and lower half facets and star facets became longer. The culet of the diamond also appears smaller than before. The new cutting techniques were perfected over time to make sure the maximum fire, scintillation and brilliance of the diamond is achieved.
Ely Diamond Crossover Ring RA0037.