Platinum Carrington Princess 1.08 CT Diamond Ringe


This wonderful Carrington Select princess cut diamond engagement ring is designed and set by hand in Great Britain with a certified 0.71 carat princess cut diamond and features 0.37 carats of channel set diamonds on the shoulders..

About The Diamond Ring

  • Cut: Princess  
  • Colour: F
  • Clarity: VS1
  • Total Carat Weight: 1.08 
  • Certificate: EGL
  • Metal: Platinum

Ring Setting - This ring is set to maximise the brilliance of the central princess cut diamond and channel set diamond shoulders in a hallmarked platinum ring. This ring is currently available in M however can be made to order in sizes J, K, L, N, O and P.

Gift Wrapping - This ring comes gift wrapped in our signature gift box before being hand tied with a a crisp white ribbon.

Jewellery Gifting Made Easy - During the check-out process you also have the option to purchase a matching Sheenashona gift bag, tissue & ribbon along with a Sheenashona gift card and envelope to add your special message.

About the Princess Cut Diamond - Radiating fire and brilliance, the princess cut diamond is a very popular contemporary alternative to the classic round brilliant diamond solitaire engagement ring. The top of a princess cut diamond is square with pointed corners, while its overall shape is a pyramid. This modern cut comprises of 58 facets arranged similarly to those of a round brilliant cut diamond. A relatively new style developed in the 1970s, this cut requires more weight to be directed toward the diamond's depth in order to maximize brilliance. Although, traditionally square in shape, princess cut diamonds can vary greatly in how square or rectangular they are. For a princess diamond shape that is square, it is best to look for length to width ratios between 1 and 1.05. If you prefer more of a rectangular shape, then look for length to width ratios greater than 1.10.

Learn all about the history of diamonds, the most famous diamonds, all about the 4C's including the cut, colour, clarity and carat to diamond sourcing and certification in our knowledge hub diamond guide.

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