Platinum Engagement Ring by Keith Farley

Seen below is a photograph showing four views of the same platinum engagement ring in which I've set princess cut diamond that shares much the same visual character as seen in a tension set ring. Having presented to the customer a group of diamonds from which to select, he chose the one I ultimately set in this ring that weighs 1.00 carat. Located immediately beneath the diamond, he asked that I set the blue diamond in an inverted orientation, which is essentially a sort of trademark characteristic often seen in ring I make. On the palm side of the ring, one each of a relatively colorless diamond and a blue diamond have been channel set in such an orientation that they visually refer back to the larger stones located in the upper portion of the ring.

***Please note that a ring bearing at least reasonably similar character could also be made. I'm able to make rings of platinum, palladium, white gold as well as other colors of gold.

When inquiring about this ring, please make reference to jlngpt80 and provide a general idea regarding the ring size. The tab with which to initiate an email and my telephone number are located at the top of the page. Otherwise, the email address is farley@artwork-inform.com

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platinum engagement ring with princess cut diamond


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While I don't make tension set rings, the channel set approach I use when setting a stone often shares many similarities. At the same time, it doesn't have the assorted problems associated with tension setting.

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