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The Minimalist Diamond Ring

A fuss-free ring that makes sure all the attention goes to the diamond. Therefore, this 4-prong basic solitaire is definitely one of our most beloved designs.

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  • Kind of stone(s): Diamond
  • Carat: 1.18
  • Color: Wesselton H
  • Clarity: VVS2
  • Cut: Royal 201
  • Kind of Setting: Solitaire with 4 prongs
  • Material: 18 Karat White Gold
  • Also available: in 18K Yellow Gold and 18K Rose Gold
  • Sizes: we have all ring sizes in stock and our goldsmiths can resize every ring in a few minutes
About the stone

For an optimum sparkle, we advise a high-quality and well-cut diamond. The ring that is displayed here has a 1.18 carat Royal 201 cut diamond. It has a Wesselton-H color to make sure it looks beautifully white. The VVS2-clarity assures that it a very difficult task to spot inclusions in this stone. Especially to the untrained eye, even with a diamond loupe, it is virtually impossible to see them.

Leonardo da Vinci said: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”. If we did not know any better, it sounds like he was talking about this ring. This basic diamond engagement ring with a tulip setting is a timeless classic. We also call this a tulip diamond ring because the small parts between the prongs remind us of the flowers the Netherlands are so famous for. This slender traditional 4-prong solitaire ring, the Royal 201 cut diamond really comes into its own. The main benefit of 4-prong solitaire rings compared to the 6-prong ones is that it shows more of the diamond. Because there is a little more room for light to enter and reflect, the diamond sparkles just a tat more. This enables well-cut diamonds to bring top performances. Solitaires with six prongs, in general, have a better grip on the diamond. That is why our goldsmiths always do a double-check when it comes to securing the diamond. They make sure the diamond isn’t going anywhere.