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Two Styles of Diamond Crossover Rings

Diamond crossover rings have become a popular trend in diamond dress ring designs. The style is where a number of plain metal rows and diamond set rows crossover each other, which creates a thicker, more prominent side view of the rings profile. The ring style has an overlapping effect with dazzling strips of diamonds. Some crossover rings are made in just one metal and other designs can be made by combining different metals – in today’s post we’re going to share two styles of crossover rings set with diamonds and made with different colours of metal.

Diamond Baguette and Round Brilliant Cut Diamond Ring

Crossover diamond ring This style features a classic design where two rows of vintage inspired baguette cut diamonds sit together and features a row of cut down set round brilliant cut diamonds that crossover the two baguette diamond rows. The ring is made in 18ct white and the diamonds are both channel and cut down set on the metal bands. The cut down setting is there is no visible strip of metal on the edges of the band allowing more light to the stones.

White and Rose Gold Diamond Crossover Ring

Crossover diamond ring This style is made with rose gold and white gold – two of the most popular metal colours at the moment – especially when mixed together. The ring is made with four rows of rose gold and two rows of pavé set round brilliant cut diamonds made in 18ct white gold.