ring styles

From the classic solitaire to a beauty of a diamond halo, the perfect engagement ring style is out there for every wearer.

Solitaire

Solitaire

The solitaire setting is one of the most classic settings for an engagement ring. It features a single center stone and is a beautifully simple setting that showcases the stone and compliments any wedding band. The most common type of mounting used with a solitaire setting are single or double talon (clawed) prongs. Solitaires are fantastic for those who want to let their diamond do all of the talking.

From Elizabeth Taylor to Beyoncé, there is a reason that the elegant solitaire reigns supreme among Americas’ fashionable elite. Never mind the beautiful simplicity of the solitaire setting or the versatility of jewelries own “little black dress”. The stunning elegance and beauty of the solitaire setting means that this ring, is the ring for everyone who wants to let their diamond do the talking. When a bride wears a solitaire engagement ring she exudes confidence in her diamond and dares the world to come get a closer peek at its’, and by extension her, excellence and brilliance. However, don’t let the fact that the glamourous solitaire is the favorite of both Hollywood royalty and real royalty scare you away from owning such a timeless treasure. While the emphasis with a solitaire setting is on the diamond don’t be fooled into thinking you have to pay Hollywood prices. We work with all price points and our diamond selection process capitalizes on our over 30 years in the industry. From the classic six pronged setting, to a contemporary bezel dare to be bold with your solitaire and make a statement.

Halo

Halo

A halo setting resembles a solitaire setting with a band of diamonds encircling the center stone. This can enhance the look of the center stone and even make it appear larger. This setting is fantastic for someone who likes lots of fire and brilliance in their jewelry. A halo can be made to compliment any shape center stone and variations on the halo like the floral halo, double and even triple halo keep this setting fun and unique.

The brightest stars in the world always seem to attract an entourage. Of course the very best stars have an entourage as fabulous as they are. An entourages’ most important job is to surround their star and brings out its’ very best qualities. Never distracting or detracting from their star’s sparkle and fire and in the very best cases enhancing it. So, what does all this talk of entourages and the stars they surround have to do with your diamond? It’s simple really, when choosing your own diamond’s “entourage” you have to remember the more exclusive the better. Your halo should complement your center stone and enhance its sparkle and fire. Like the most ruthless of stage mothers you can never let your star be out shone. To that end, Kamni uses her expertise to find only the best of the best for your diamond ring. Let Kamni help make your halo shine just a bright as your star and bring your ring to the absolute next level.

Pave

Pave

Micro-pave refers to setting tiny diamonds very close together under microscope. This style is perfect for those who want to add sparkle and fire to a solitaire setting without using a halo. Micro-pave is usually set along the shoulders of an engagement ring but it can also be placed along prongs, along the bridge and even on the side profile of the band. The more pave on a ring, the brighter the sparkle. It’s a fantastic way to add character to and otherwise simple band.

The “devil is in the details” and this devil is oh so tempting. What would you give to have the sinfully delicious words “diamond encrusted” describe your ring? Better yet, what wouldn’t you give? Well don’t fret too much if you aren’t quite ready to give up everything but the kitchen sink for the privilege. Its’ easier than you think, believe it or not, to live in the lap of luxury or at least pretend that you do. Welcome to the wonderful world of micro-pave, immaculately hand set diamonds under microscope. Micro-pave setters use their immense skill and mastery of diamond setting to create magic. Row after row of tiny stones set in nearly invisible prongs create the illusion of floating diamonds. Don’t be afraid to embrace the loveliness that is micro-pave. Whether your style is dainty or extravagant Kamni will craft you not just any ring but “The Ring”.

Three Stone

Three Stone

As beautifully classic and elegant as a solitaire, a three stone setting is even more versatile than a solitaire. With its’ three stones representing past, present, and future it’s hard not fall in love all over again with a beautifully crafted three stone ring. This styling can be made to compliment almost any combination of stones and can be as simple and classic or as fun and carefree as you can imagine it. From a mix of colored stones and diamonds to incredible detailed filigree along the shank three stone rings are true works of art.

In the famous words of Andy Warhol, “But I always say, one's company, two's a crowd, and three's a party”. Now Mr. Warhol wasn’t necessarily talking about jewelry, but in the art world everything is open to interpretation. So lets’ take to heart that this classic setting is really for those who have secret unexplored depths. You know the type, the corporate warrior, boardroom boss who secretly loves to skydive on the weekends or attends burning man religiously. Like you, the three stone trilogy ring is never quite what it seems. Open to interpretation with endless meaning and depth. Never let it be said that a three stone ring, just like the woman who wears it, is ever boring. Come let Kamni craft a beautiful ring that lets the world see only what you want them to see. A ring that reflects your multifaceted personality and style.