- Why is the ‘centre stone’ the most important diamond?
- Why opt for a ‘custom’ design?
- What do we mean by ‘creativity’?
You are undoubtedly familiar with the 4 C’s which indicate the quality of a diamond. Carat, colour, clarity and cut are all decisive for both the identity as well as the quality of the diamond. We will explain the extra 3C’s in this article, which will help you to choose the right diamond ring for her. What should you know about the ‘centre stone’, ‘custom’ and ‘creativity’?
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Why is the ‘centre stone’ the most important diamond?
A diamond ring’s central stone is the jewellery’s eye-catcher. This often isn’t the only diamond in the ring. Smaller stones can be added to the design to add extra shine to the central diamond. It’s also one of the 6 ways of making the central stone look bigger.
The side stones therefore result in extra emphasis and shine. But it’s the central diamond which is decisive for the diamond ring’s value.
Why opt for a ‘custom’ design?
You have looked at the collection of diamond rings, but didn’t find what you were looking for? A tailor-made design may well offer you the perfect solution. Contact your trusted jeweller about the possibilities for a tailor-made design. Your ideas will serve as a starting point, the experts’ knowledge and skills will provide the required result.
And it obviously goes without saying that you are not just opting for value with a tailor-made design, but also for added value. After all, it’s the perfect way to make sure your partner will be wearing a unique diamond ring.
What do we mean by ‘creativity’?
You don’t need to limit yourself to a diamond with a G or H colour when choosing the perfect item of jewellery. Be creative and perhaps go for an extra colour by adding another gemstone. By the way, did you know that a ring with a sapphire, emerald or ruby will offer extra symbolic value?
Would you like to easily find the perfect diamond ring for your loved one? Indicate the kind of jewellery you are looking for here with a couple of clicks, which gemstone you would like and which style you find most beautiful. For more advice you can contact BAUNAT’s experts via telephone, email or chat.