We recently completed several very impressive custom rings, and wants to showcase them here.
The first ring we built for a slightly rectangular radiant cut diamond. We customized R2859 for the specific center stone and added tapered baguette side stones in between the split shank. We think it turned out beautifully!
The second ring is actually a beautiful eternity band. Each diamond is .50 cts! We specially chose each of them to match, it look almost a month to source the diamonds. It was absolutely breath-taking!
Certain diamond shapes and sizes look incredibly beautiful when paired with particular settings. Here are some of our favorite combinations of diamonds and rings to help you decide the best diamond shapes for your engagement ring:
One of our favorite customizations of this ring is to add diamonds on the prongs for a very luxurious and romantic look. The diamonds in the gallery are visible to the wearer only, so it’s like a secret love note to your beloved.
For more petite round brilliant stones, such as .50 ct and below, the classic solitaire makes a charming counterpart.
Rectangular fancy shaped diamonds like Emerald cuts and elongated Radiants or Cushions look great in three stone rings. Some of Adiamor’s recent favorite custom rings have been rectangular fancy shapes in three stone rings with tapered baguette side stones.
Tip: If you are looking for a rectangular stone, make sure the length to width ratio is above 1.10. The most popular L:W ratios for emerald cuts are between 1.30-1.40, because this produces a rectangular shape. If you know you like a very long rectangle, feel free to go higher, though. Or, if you want a squarer rectangle, look for L:W ratios from 1.20-1.30. Any diamond with a L:W ratio below 1.05-1.08 (depending on cut) will appear as a square.