With a difficult year behind us, we are finally ready to herald in the roaring 20s - albeit slightly later than we planned… And with it, allow us to introduce some new Art Deco inspired additions to DMR’s bridal collection.
Diamond trilogy rings have long been a popular choice with in-love couples, dating back many centuries. The latest additions to DMR’s diamond engagement rings collection fuse contemporary design and classic style.
The inspiration behind this collection, with a story routed in a classic trend for trilogy diamond engagement rings, is this stylish emerald cut ring. Attention is drawn immediately to a 1.52ct emerald cut diamond which takes centre stage. Graded by the GIA, this centre stone is certificated as a G colour, VS1 clarity. Set in 18ct yellow gold, this diamond is framed by two additional emerald cut diamonds.
In this elegant diamond engagement ring, a 1.50ct oval cut diamond sits proudly at its centre, graded by the GIA with an F colour and VS1 clarity. An oval diamond presents a unique elongating effect, and in this case this centre stone is framed by two pear shaped diamonds and set in platinum.
When jewellery experts think of a classic trilogy diamond engagement ring, baguette cut diamonds often spring to mind. In this next addition, DMR’s workshops bring together the elegance of a pear cut diamond, with two baguette cut diamonds stationed alongside and set in platinum. At the heart of this piece, the pear cut diamond weighs 1ct and is graded by GIA as an F colour and VVS2 clarity.
This next piece introduces to our trilogy ring collection the round brilliant cut diamond – surely one of the most notable diamond shapes in the world. Also certificated by the GIA, this round brilliant cut stone weighs 1.03cts and is graded as a VS1 clarity and a D colour – the best colour achievable in diamond grading. Sat alongside this beautiful stone are two pear cut diamonds, which bring the total carat weight of this 18ct yellow gold ring to 1.53cts.
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