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Fashionable Diamond Crossover Rings

For this blog posts we have selected to talk about our fab diamond dress rings. One of our new favourite styles in particular are these stunning diamond crossover rings cross over diamond ring Contemporary cross over rings have become a popular diamond fashion ring to wear in recent years. They also make the perfect gift, to give a loved one or even yourself. You can wear the rings as an everyday fashion accessory or even to glam up evening wear. Their design features either two rows of diamonds or one diamond row crossed over a plain band.

Diamond Settings for the Rings

The crossover rows, set with diamonds can be set in three ways; Pavé Set – Diamonds are set close together held in little beads of the setting metal to look like a continuous surface of diamonds. Channel Set – Diamonds are set in a metal channel to flow in a continuous row with no metal separating the diamonds. Cut Down Set – the width of the band is the same size as the diamond so there is no visible strip of metal on either side of the stone. The rings are all available in 18ct white gold, 18ct yellow gold, 18ct rose gold and platinum. As we offer a bespoke jewellery range, you could customize the diamonds set on the ring with different cuts and shapes, mix the metals or add more rows to make the ring bulkier.
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