This item has a starting price of $2995 with diamonds purchased from Diamonds by Lauren. 
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Semi Mount Ring: Custom Made Engraved Diamond Halo Ring in Platinum SO3672

Semi Mount Ring

This listing is for the semi mount only.
The center diamond is not included. We will build the ring to fit the diamond of your choice.

The center diamond is not included.

Custom Made Engraved Diamond Halo Semi-Mount Ring in Platinum

Item# SO3672


Metal Choice Price:

Platinum - 18K Yellow or Rose Gold prongs available for colored diamonds $2995

The ring was created with CAD (Computer Aided Design) and then engraved after casting. The nature of the design and the diamond setting method is perfect for CAD design - allowing for any shape of center stone. The ring is stunning and made from heavy, solid platinum.

The details on this ring are amazing. The engraving and milgrain edge are beautifully done.

As shown with a 1.13 Fancy Light Yellow VS2 Radiant Cut Diamond (not included in the price of the listing). On this particular example, the setting has 30 E-F VS round brilliant diamonds for a total weight of .31cts.

The reason our semi mounts are shown with the center diamonds set into them is simple. We do not keep semi mounts on the shelf. Virtually every ring we make is custom made. That's why the center stone will always fit properly with no gaps. That's why things will always be in proportion.

When looking at our three stone rings, you will notice that the level at which the three stones are set, with the girdles on the same plane. This is virtually impossible to achieve using semi mounts you see in a showcase- shown without a center diamond. Generally the center diamond is set on a "peg head". This type of setting allows a quick delivery – but it also means the center diamond will sit much higher than the side stones.

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