The solitaire ring design is a timeless, elegant setting. As the name suggests, the centre of the ring holds a single diamond (or coloured gemstone) for a refined air of simplicity. The prongs position the central stone so that it shimmers in the light and catches your eye.
A design with four prongs gives the stone an angular shape for a contemporary feel, while a setting with six prongs gives the diamond a rounder, more classic shape.
At BAUNAT, you can choose from our stunning solitaire engagement rings in yellow, white and red gold or platinum. To create a unique look with a splash of colour, use a ruby, emerald, or sapphire as the centre stone.
BAUNAT aims for 100% customers satisfaction from the first contact to the completion of your order. Our diamond jewellery is made with the greatest care and attention. It is then safely delivered as soon as possible. On top of impeccable customer service, we offer:
✓ Free shipping, 100% insured
✓ Gift packaging
✓ 30 day return
✓ 20 year product warranty
A diamond ring is a very personal and meaningful item, so it should fit perfectly. But can you measure your ring size? First, if you already have a well-fitting ring, measure the inner diameter with a precise measuring tool, preferably a calliper. If you don’t have a ring to measure, there are other ways to find your size, which you can find in our guide here.
If the ring size appears to be too large or too small after your purchase, most ring designs can be adjusted without a problem. The exact amount jewellers charge for size adjustments depends on the ring design, the material, and the number of sizes the ring needs to be adjusted.
At BAUNAT, all of our jewels are handmade using only the most high-quality diamonds and precious metals. You can take a closer look at our distinct collections in one of our specialised showrooms, but you can also find and shop all of our jewellery online. Let our unique collections inspire you, or learn more about engagement ring shopping from our blog articles.
A solitaire piece of jewellery is characterised by one main gemstone, meant to be the centre of attention. Solitaires are the most common choice for engagement rings, but the style certainly does justice to other pieces of jewellery as well. Clamps or prongs hold the centre stone and position it to catch the most light.