0.50ct round brilliant-cut trilogy ring in platinum
0.50ct round brilliant-cut diamond trilogy ring centre stone
0.50ct round brilliant-cut diamond ring through finger
0.50ct round brilliant-cut trilogy ring in platinum
0.50ct round brilliant-cut diamond trilogy ring centre stone
0.50ct round brilliant-cut diamond ring through finger

Cambridge

A delicate diamond trilogy engagement ring featuring a 0.50ct round brilliant-cut centre stone flanked with two pear cut diamond side stones, set in platinum. Design available from 0.5ct.

Designs start from £4,250 (inc. VAT)

  • Round brilliant-cut round diamond centre stone set with discreet talon claws designed to provide total security
  • Pear brilliant-cut side stones intricately set to mirror the shape of the diamond and to create a seamless transition between stones and shank
  • Laser inscription and hallmark – allows traceability of gemstone and ring back to us

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