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VINTAGE CLUSTER ENGAGEMENT RINGS & WHY WE LOVE THEM!
In the first weeks of the new year we have completely fallen in love with cluster rings! It is the big display of a gorgeous diamond being surrounded by a halo of more sparkly diamonds that has stolen our hearts. We love the cluster rings because they are full of radiance and femininity in their resemblance to flowers. These are an amazing option for the one who loves big sparkly rings!Here are 5 clusters that we are crushing on:
1. CatalinaYou just can’t pull your eyes away from this cluster! The center stone is quite sizable on its own at 2.21 carats and the halo of 11 old European cut diamonds adds lots of sparkle! Contrasting with the large cluster is a perfectly dainty, golden band!
2. CloverA Victorian beauty, the Clover exudes warm tones with its 18-karat gold setting and glowing old mine cut cushion diamond center stone! The overall oval shape to the cluster creates an elegant appearance!
3. AmaraThe rose cut oval diamond on the Amara creates a sparkle that is gorgeously unique! It is such a clear and vibrant rose cut whose 1.98 carats have a face up appearance of a near 3 carat diamond!
4. RavenThe 24 calibré cut rubies on the Raven ring add a vibrant pop of color to this amazing cluster! The two tone of the platinum and yellow gold also add to the bright look of this Art Deco beauty!
5. CharlizeOne of the more bold cluster rings, the Charlize ring is less florally inspired with a more chic and clean look! The 1.40ct center diamond is incredible at a very white I color with such beautiful faceting. The bezel setting that holds both the inner diamond and the outer diamonds creates that neat appearance while the underside of the gallery has beautiful scrolling details!
Antique diamond engagement rings always have that “something special” that many modern diamond engagement rings just don’t have.
This is not to say that many modern diamond engagement rings aren’t beautiful, attractive or romantic, rather this article on antique diamond cluster rings is diamonds in a cluster or “daisy” style.
There are two main ways that the stones are set -claw setting, where the stones are held in place by claws, and the second is bezel setting where the stones are enveloped by the metal such as gold or platinum.
Usually (but of course not always) the diamond cluster engagement rings that were claw set were made in the Victorian times of the 1800’s with this style being most popular towards the end of the 19th Century, while bezel set diamond daisy rings increased in popularity in the Edwardian era of the early 1900’s and the Art Deco era of the 1920’s.
The diamond cluster rings of the Art Deco era were usually more geometric or off-set as is typical of Art Deco jewellery.
A wonderful feature with many of these engagement rings of these eras were the variations of such a wonderful and romantic style such as the examples below.
The diamond cluster engagement ring is one that has a central diamond (or coloured gemstone such as a ruby or sapphire) surrounded by diamonds in a cluster or “daisy” style.
One thing that needs to be considered when selecting a cluster diamond engagement ring is the wedding band that you may be wanting to wear alongside it. Only in very few exceptions will a wedding band fit next to the cluster ring without any sort of a gap. One way around this is to get a fitted wedding band to sit next to the ring, however you need to make sure that it will still look aesthetically pleasing to the eye.
The other two options is to wear a wedding ring on the opposite hand on the wedding finger, or simply have the daisy ring as both the engagement and wedding ring as one.