The childhood stepping game was the inspiration in creating a ring where the baguette and princess cut diamonds "hop" from one space to another.
This multi-stone 18ct White Gold ring secures both princess cut and baguette diamonds each with their own individual place in the ring. Further exploring ways to open up diamonds and let as much light as possible pass through. The minimum total diamond weight for this ring is 1.75 carats. This style is also available in Platinum.
The pictured ring has a total diamond weight of 2.117ct, and features various princess and baguette cut diamonds of D - F colour and VS+ clarity. Please enquire for specific details on this design.
Please contact us if you are interested in the ring and we will provide you with the specific diamond details in accordance with your budget.
Please contact us for any further enquiries.
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Our experienced team would love to help you find the perfect ring - our staff have a variety of internationally recognised industry accreditations including Diamond Grading Certificates and Applied Jewelry Professional Credentials from the Gemological Institute of America, American Gem Society and Gemmological Association of Australia.
You can also speak with our expert team of jewellers and watch them craft your unique engagement ring in our on-site workshop. Our jewellers have, on average, over 30 years experience crafting fine jewellery and have won a number of international and national design awards.
Design © Inspired Jewellery Limited 2020
Product Code: 20207779 / 105349
“I had a great experience when wanting to create and design the engagement ring. VG really helped me with taking me through the process from concept to design, and provided great advice on how to go about it, how to refine it and also stay within set budget. The result was a stunning and unique ring which served its purpose well! We will be back for designing our wedding bands with VG for sure!” - Peter van de Merwe