Are you looking for a ring with a sparkle that will knock your socks off? This split shank diamond ring with a pave and halo is the one for you. It contains no less than 63 diamonds.
Besides the Royal 201 diamond as the center stone, this ring has some other neat features. The main diamond has a diamond halo around it. Many women absolutely adore halo rings because it gives a ring more “pop”. But we let you get in on a little secret: a halo also makes the center stone appear a lot bigger. That's why a lot of men also love (giving) halo rings. Another great feature of this ring is the split shank that is covered in diamonds. The shank complements the halo and center stone really well.
When we want a ring to sparkle a little extra, we make our patented Royal 201 diamond the hero in it. And that’s exactly what we did with this ring. The center stone is a 0.90 carat Royal 201 cut diamond. It has a River-D color. It doesn’t get whiter than that! This stone has an SI2 clarity, which means the inclusions are invisible when looking at the stone from above. They may be visible from the side of the bottom and when inspected with a 10x loupe. The halo and the split shank consist together of 62 brilliant cut diamonds. Their combined weight is 0.31 carat. The color of these small diamonds is Top Wesselton, which fits perfectly to the colorless river Royal 201 cut in the middle. The 62 diamonds also have an SI clarity.