A few weeks ago we were commissioned by a customer to create this stunning bespoke diamond ring. Although the ring is not your traditional claw set, single stone diamond engagement ring, the customer wanted this ring design to propose with. The style of the shank features a ‘cross over’ setting, where the three diamonds are tension set in between two bands of white gold. With a tension setting the diamonds are secured by the pressure of the two bands holding them inwards. As you will see the style creates the illusion that the three stones are suspended in the air. The ring is perfectly designed to interlock with a similar shaped wedding ring to get the sort after flush fit, most brides to be desire. The total carat weight of the three, square shaped princess cut diamonds is 0.76cts. The style of ring combines two popular ring designs, including the modern cross over diamond ring and a meaningful three stone diamond ring. If you’re thinking that the stones may fall out of the setting, as they appear to be floating, don’t worrry the stones are just a secure as any other setting.