New Seven Stone Diamond Ring Designs
Posted on September 16 2014
We recently added new 7 stone diamond ring styles to our diamond wedding rings for women collection. These new styles feature a wide variety of diamond shapes, carat weights, and setting styles. We can also easily customize any design to make the perfect seven stone diamond ring for you (just click the “customize it” button on the product page and fill out the form with your design modifications).
A 7 stone ring makes a beautiful wedding ring, anniversary ring, or even promise ring. The number seven can symbolize a seven year anniversary, a date, or a lucky number. Compared to our selection of five stone rings, a seven stone diamond band typically features smaller stones for a more delicate look, ideal for stacking or also beautifully elegant when worn alone.
The 0.50 cttw round diamond version is available in your choice of a single prong (or floating) setting, a shared prong setting, a u-prong setting. The floating diamond style is also available with blue sapphires as style # BLD1037-BS.
The shared prong setting is the most secure choice. The single prong setting has a very distinctive look with the small bead of metal in between each diamond. The u-prong setting shows off the sides of the diamonds, when looking at a profile view.
The 1.50 cttw version features square diamonds — your choice of cushion cut diamonds, princess cut diamonds, or radiant cut diamonds in a shared prong setting.
The 2.00 cttw version, which is also the most extravagant and luxurious design in this collection, features sophisticated asscher cut or emerald cut diamonds in a shared prong setting.
Two practical points to consider when comparing a seven stone diamond band to an diamond eternity band, are 1) comfort and 2) resizing. Some clients find eternity rings to be uncomfortable with the diamonds going all the way around the ring; for them, a seven stone ring would likely be more comfortable to wear. Another concern sometimes is the possibility of resizing a ring later on, and doing so with a seven stone ring is a simple process. Eternity rings, on the other hand, cannot be resized.
As always, all of these new seven stone ring designs are available in 14k or 18k white gold, yellow gold, or rose gold, as well as platinum.