This is a very special diamond engagement ring. It has a lot of features. But these features don’t make the ring “too much”. In fact, the 18 karat white gold ring is actually still very elegant. This ring has a bypass twist setting. Both rows of the metal are crusted with a diamond pave.
The prongs of the twisted shank lead to the main stone. Because of the bypass shape, the prongs have a ‘north-south-east-west’ placement. We often call this a ‘compass’ setting. Even though this is not a typical solitaire, it gives that solitaire feeling. This is because the setting of this pave twist shank solitaire ring ‘lifts’ the diamond. But not only the setting makes this ring special. The diamonds are also very impressive. The main diamond of this paved twist shank solitaire ring is 1.50 carat. It is a brilliant cut with a Wesselton-H color and VS2 clarity. The 40 encrusted diamonds of the pave are together 0.15 carat. These all have a Top Wesselton color and have VS2 clarity as well.