The most innovative diamond rings
Sometimes it’s the finer details that make a ring appear distinctive or individual. However, jewellers are always ready to experiment and create something that is truly original and special. Let’s look at some unusual diamond rings available today.
Mechanical diamond ring
A mechanical diamond ring is certainly most unconventional. Initially this ring appears traditional enough, but there are two trap doors that open to reveal a hidden diamond. This discreet titanium and stainless steel ring is the creation of the designer John Welden, who made it for his wife.
Passerelle and the Bridge of Diamonds
In 2013, Blue Nile Diamonds featured a new design in engagement rings, which they named the Passerelle. What makes it so different? What makes it stand out? A bridge of diamonds across the ring below a central Princess cut diamond.
The handmade Tamaya ring from BHLDN really turns heads and captures attention with its white, rose-cut sapphire centre, surrounded by brilliant-cut diamonds. It is set in intricately worked recycled gold – a ring with a difference.
An innovative ring of your own
If you feel inspired by the above ideas, consider commissioning a state-of-the art diamond ring of your own. As the above examples show, you don’t need to go with the established. Look to history for some unusual settings, or use a blend of metals for a unique effect.
To commission a bespoke jewellery design, contact Diamonds by Design.