GS Diamonds Solitaire Rings: A solitaire is the most desired choice for the engagement ring. Alluring with its simplicity and unsurpassed sparkle, the setting flaunts a sole diamond held by several prongs on a plain metal band.
Surprise your beloved with a brilliant piece of jewellery that is the classic of the ringworld!
Pros of Solitaire Diamond Rings
- Astounding combinability. The setting pairs well with any wedding band, vintage or modern.
- Room for improvement. GS Diamonds solitaire rings are easy to upgrade or renovate. Many couples add a pave of tiny luminous diamonds later in life to celebrate their everlasting bond.
- Single diamond as the cherry on top. The solitaire band features a raised setting that allows the centre stone to stand out.
- Trouble-free maintenance. Unlike other settings, solitaires aren’t hard to take care of.
- Minimalist style. The trend of the 2000th century is ‘’keep it simple.’’ The elegant and modest design brings out the best of the stone and complements every fashion outfit.
Cons of Solitaire Diamond Rings
- Run-of-the-mill form. While solitaires are undeniable champions in a race for an engagement band, your partner may find them trite. If your better half appreciates creativity and adores hand-made gifts, we recommend looking at more unconventional shapes.
- Clothes alert. Because of the raised setting, solitaires often snag on fabric.
- Prongs vulnerability. If the prongs get loose, the diamond may slip out. It’s advised to inspect their security from time to time.
- High demand and, therefore, skyrocketing prices. A solitaire ring may not be your first variant if you have a tight budget. To get the best purchase, one must go for a bigger carat weight and shell out on a magic stone.
What Do I Look for in a Solitaire Engagement Ring?
Which shape should I select? The undeniable appeal of the solitaire ring is that it matches magnificently with all kinds of shapes. The traditional ones being: round, princess cut, oval, cushion and emerald.
Is there a particular band that goes better with solitaire? No, there isn’t. Again, the beauty of the solitaire ring lies in its flexibility. You can choose a wide or a thin, an antique or a contemporary band to your liking and get a cohesive and enchanting ensemble.
Is there a shopping guide for a diamond? Naturally, you’ll have to consider the 4 C’s (Cut, Clarity, Colour and Carat). Since the main stone is stealing the scene, you should find one of exceptional quality. To achieve this goal, check whether the gem is certified and, better yet, consult with an expert. At GS Diamonds, there is online support ready to back you up at any moment.
How can I add a little flair to my solitaire ? If you feel like spicing things up, you can play with textures and spaces by putting multiple bands on the top and the bottom of the ring. Diversify your design and make your solitaire even more unique.