A classic compass styled ring but with just a little more bling. The diamond channel set is the perfect addition to this solitaire with elevated center stone.
For the ring in these pictures, we used a 0.90 carat Royal 201 cut as center stone. You see how much this ring truly sparkles. This diamond has a Top Wesselton-G color and has an SI2-clarity. The channel set consists of 16 small brilliant cut diamonds with a weight of 0.13 carat. These diamonds are all Top Wesselton-colored and have an SI-clarity as well. The difference between a diamond pave and a channel set is that the diamond from de pave are on top the setting while the channel diamonds are inside the metal. It is a matter of personal taste which you prefer.
For those who value diamonds just as much as we do. Our solitaire rings put the main diamond on a pedestal. Just like a diamond pave, the channel set consists of a row of multiple small diamonds. These diamonds are incorporated into the ring on both sides of the center stone. The channel adds a touch of sparkle and glamour to this already stunning ring. It makes the main stone of this compass ring stand out even more. We call this setting a compass because the turned prongs refer to the four directions of a compass: north, south, east and west.