The four claw setting rises naturally from the diamond set mount, protecting and framing the diamond in a tulip shaped head.
The narrow cut down diamond set shank accentuates the size of the main diamond. This beautiful platinum mounted diamond solitaire ring is also available in rose gold, yellow gold and white gold.
Customise your engagement ring in-store by booking a Personal Diamond Consultation.
Kayes experts will help you choose the perfect diamond for your unique ring.
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A respectable diamond at a reasonable price.
Best visible value
Visibly the best number of sparkles per pound
An uber awesome diamond for this carat weight
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We're waiting to help you with our free advice and guidance. Kayes can take the engagement pressure off you and ensure you get the perfect diamond at a price you control. Expert professional advice is just click away.
Contact us on 01244 327 149 and one of our consultants will be happy to offer
advice and guidance through the world of diamonds so that you get the perfect stone for your engagement.
The metric weight of a diamond, the term originating in Ancient Egypt where the very uniform sized carob
seeds were used as a measure of weight. A diamonds value increases exponentially with its weight,
diamonds being traded in dollars per carat on the world markets. Be aware that the visual size of
identical weight diamonds can vary, because a three dimensional diamond can be cut shallow (appears
larger) or deeper (appears smaller). Ignore this fact and you could pay for a 0.50 carat weight diamond
that has the diameter of a much smaller stone.
Diamonds without any inclusions are extremely rare and therefore the most valuable. Diamonds in the 'Included'
quality range are less rare and less valuable. Precise grading can help you to compare prices, but
when mounted in a ring a Flawless diamond and a slightly included one can look very similar. Most
inclusions are only visible using a 10x lens, so selecting a slightly included diamond will give
you a saving you can put into improved color or increased diamond size.
From the rarest, colourless D grade, very subtle increases in yellow saturation occur, most people being
able to see a softer tint in diamonds at the K colour grade. D colour is the ‘best’ and of course
for an engagement ring sometimes only the best will do. Lower colour grade are not ‘wrong’ they are
simply not as rare and therefore cost less. Choosing a less rare colour grade leaves you more money
to increase the diamond size or clarity.
Regardless of colour and clarity, the irresistible fiery brilliance of a diamond is only unlocked by
skilled cutting of the diamond rough. Using a car as an analogy, the cut is the power, the engine
performance, a better cut diamond giving superior brilliance and light performance. This can have
a dramatic effect on the price of diamonds that are otherwise identical. Book a diamond consultation
to see the difference you can’t read on a certificate.