FASHION ENGAGMENT

Creator's unique trend offering diamonds crafted beneath the ring’s center gemstone is intended to add extra sparkle and unique personalization to otherwise understated styles," 

"These hidden accents are often paired with solitaire styles and are timeless modern classics with a twist and a personalized touch.

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ZENITH

ZENITH diamond setting is based on reverse  setting.

Placing the diamonds  pointed culet, meaning the facets of the pavilion all join at a sharp point at the base of the diamond creating a mounting shape zenith.

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Vision

These stunning celebrity engagement rings prove that a diamond—if not a marriage—is forever. But engagement rings haven’t always been all about the diamond: Roman brides were given a gold ring to wear in public and an iron ring to wear at home. In the 1700s, simple poesy rings were popular in Europe, while in New England, Puritan men—shunning frivolous rings—were thought to have given thimbles to their betrothed (though women often cut off the tops and wore them as rings anyway). Fast-forward to 1947 when De Beers released its famous slogan, “A diamond is forever.” The rest is history. Now we have everything from Elizabeth Taylor’s 33-carat diamond from Richard Burton (though it was just a gift, not an engagement bauble) to Meghan Markle's ring with stones from Princess Diana's private collection, to Hailey Bieber's sparkling oval from Justin. Below, ring inspiration galore from some of the dazzling gems sported by stars, royalty, and socialites.

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