Cluster Diamond Engagement Rings
11 Aug 2013
Choosing a cluster engagement ring is one way to make sure your ring stands out and sparkles!
When the term ‘cluster’ is used to describe a style of engagement ring, it is usually referring to a small group of diamonds that are set next to each other. The most common clustered engagement ring will typically have one larger diamond that is surrounded by a group of smaller diamonds. This could be a halo of diamonds set around the centre stone or small groups of diamonds set into the shoulders.
One of the most desirable things about a clustered engagement ring is that it does not have to break the bank! They are a fabulous way to add that extra sparkle, especially if your budget is not going to stretch far enough to allow for a huge Hollywood style diamond! Another trick, to create the look of a huge sparkling engagement ring, is to set a group of small diamonds closely together. This is a clever way of creating the illusion of a large diamond, without the expense.
The best thing is that there are absolutely no rules when custom designing your own clustered diamond ring. Your options are simply endless. Whichever design you settle on, including clusters of diamonds, will make sure your ring not only sparkles, but is unique by itself!
Here are just three clustered diamond rings from Larsen Jewellery
The 'Swing Trio with leaf detail' featuring three round brilliant diamonds with a small cluster of diamonds set either side
The 'Cobalt' featuring a stunning three carat cushion cut Ceylon Sapphire with clustered diamonds set into the shoulders
The 'Serenity (Princess)' featuring a beautiful 1.00ct princess cut diamond and surrounded with a total of thirty-two 1pt diamonds