Three Stone Diamond Ring

-Our client had three beautiful diamonds that just sat in their own little boxes, she decided they were all to be used in one ring design.

-After browsing through our catalogues, a design stood out but unfortunately a casting from our supplier wasn’t available in our clients stone sizes. This wasn’t a problem, instead Martin used his matrix computer aided design software. He designed and built the setting for the diamonds in white gold.

-Our client left some old broken gold with us and asked us to melt it down and form the shank of the ring.

-Whilst Martins designed setting was being cast, he hand made the shank. Once the setting arrived he soldered the setting and shank together and pre polished the ring.

-It was then time for each diamond to be set, using the cast claw settings.

-A final polish completed the diamond ring.

The design built by Martin using computer aided design

The gold supplied by our client to be transformed into the shank

The cast CAD designed settings and the loose diamonds

The completed yellow and white gold diamond ring

Another view of the completed design