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The Best Of Bespoke Solitaire Diamond Rings

Sometimes, no matter how hard you search for the perfect diamond ring that would suit your style (or your partner’s style), you just can’t seem to find it. Here’s a simple solution to that problem: Go for a bespoke diamond piece.

Opting for a bespoke jewellery allows you to be involved in the design process, thus, allowing you to have the perfect design that you want; up to the very details.

Now, let’s talk about the design of the ring itself. Some brides (or brides-to-be) would want an engagement ring that looks rather simple, yet incredibly elegant and timeless. If that’s the case, then definitely consider the simplicity and never-ending beauty of a Solitaire Diamond Ring. Remember though, there’s much more to a solitaire ring than just a mere stone and a band. The prongs, setting, type of metal, and band style—all of these factors can greatly impact the overall look of the ring.

Be inspired with these stunning design ideas for a bespoke solitaire diamond ring:

The classic pieceWhen you picture a solitaire diamond ring, this is probably the image you have in mind. A simple looking band that’s usually paired with yellow or white gold, plus the usual four simple prongs. Pretty simple and uncomplicated, but a rather timeless piece to have.

The accented band

Now this is a solitaire design with a twist. The usual band has been designed and accented with stunning details; not with the common extra sparkle, but with engraved detail that adds visual interest without overpowering the diamond stone.

The six pronged design

This one’s quite similar to the classic piece, only it has two extra prongs instead of the usual four. It has an almost floral look into it, as though the centre stone is blooming from the band.

The east-west style

It’s the design that makes the diamond stone look bigger and better. The traditionally vertical-set stones are turned sideways in order to create a unique silhouette that looks modern and posh.

The oval shape

In truth, any solitaire diamond ring will look different depending on the shape of the stone. Think outside the conventional princess and round cut stones. Emerald, cushion, and pear shapes are now becoming more and more popular.

The bypass look

This style has an asymmetrical look that looks quite masculine in some way, but is still particularly unique and elegant. The metal band appears to flow around the top and bottom of the centre stone, creating a sense of smooth movement.

No matter what design you opt for, bespoke solitaire diamond rings are the best way to go!


For more than ten years, Daniel Greenberg has been hand crafting DG Bespoke Jewellery and is known as a trained master diamond mounter and goldsmith. As he was taught by one of the best jewelers in London (his father), Daniel makes certain that all his unique pieces are pure perfection.

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