The first makings of what is to become a Platinum and round brilliant cut, bezel set ring.
In the making of a six claw, Platinum setting. It will eventually have a round brilliant cut diamond set into it.
The making of a 18ct Rose gold and Platinum oval diamond halo ring takes many steps. Here are a few of them.
An original Creation in the making! A Platinum round brilliant cut diamond ring with a half halo set with pave diamonds. Pave set diamonds are also featured in the band. A modern take on a traditional design.
The very beginning of an outstanding Creation. The flower shaped setting is carefully plotted and marked out into 18ct yellow gold.
The setting has its final check to ensure that the ideal cushion cut diamond fits nicely. The petals have their settings drilled out…..
The shoulder and band are designed and cut.
The settings and bands are all soldered together. The ring is ready for the cushion cut and round brilliant cut diamonds to be set into.
The technical process of making a platinum setting for a princess cut diamond.
The makings of an 18ct yellow Gold and pink Sapphire halo ring. The Pink sapphire is double claw set with micro-scallop round brilliant cut diamonds surrounding it.
A fancy coloured pear shaped diamond is featured in this Platinum ring recently made in the workshop.
The centre diamond is vee shaped claw set with micro-scalloped round brilliant cut white diamonds in a halo surrounding it. The split band also has micro-scallop diamonds set into it.
With five jewellers in our busy workshop there are many exquisite pieces made every week. Here are some example of the precise craftmanship, and skill of our talented jewellers and design team at Creations.