Add a little extra bling to your life (or proposal!) with a spectacular ring. This diamond solitaire ring has a luxurious pave and is sure to brighten the room.
Originally, solitaire rings were almost always the way to go for a proposal. But nowadays, more and more people opt for engagement rings with more details - or diamonds. For example, a solitaire with a diamond pave. Pave comes from the French word pavé (pronounced: pah-vay). A pave is a row or multiple rows of accent diamonds along the band of the ring. To top the ring, there’s no better choice than a Royal 201. This way, you are sure to have of the most beautiful sparkle. The purpose of the diamond pave is to create a more sparkling whole. And as you can see: it looks breathtaking. A nice coincidence of this ring is that it matches with an all-pave diamond wedding band. This way, she can choose to wear her wedding ring and engagement ring on the same finger.
The pave solitaire engagement ring we show here has a 1.08 carat Royal 201 cut diamond. It has a Wesselton-H color, which means it is colorless when viewed from above. It has an SI1 clarity. This means the inclusions inside the diamond are visible for the trained eye when using a 10x magnification tool. For the untrained eye or without a loupe, the inclusions are not visible. The (half) pave of this ring consists of 16 brilliant cut diamonds with a weight of 0.20 carat. These diamonds are Top Wesselton-colored and have an SI-clarity as well.