A one of a kind asymmetric mixed cut cluster ring with an assortment of natural yellow and white diamonds ranging from 2ct to 0.1ct in size. Featuring two exceptional D coloured central diamonds with a spectrum of white and fancy yellow mixed shape diamonds surrounding.

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  • Cushion cut 2.05ct, Emerald cut 0.98ct centre stones
  • Trillion and round brilliant white diamonds with round, pear, marquise and baguette fancy yellow - fancy intense orangey-yellow diamond clusters
  • Ring sits low to the finger despite size of diamonds
  • The white diamonds are set in platinum to ensure the colour of the stones is protected from coloured reflections off the 18ct yellow gold
  • A slender band which curves into the diamonds to maintain a focus on the diamond detailing whilst remaining strong
  • Laser inscription and hallmark – allows traceability of gemstone and ring back to us

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Every ring's story is unique yet they follow a similar journey and timeline. Visit our case studies page to see how a typical journey progresses and read a selection of client testimonials.

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