When I graduated from the GIA in 2001, I got a job in a jewelry store in San Diego. The jewelry store had a line of jewelry by the name of Hidalgo. Hidalgo’s concept was to stack diamond rings next to one another. This was a line I really enjoyed selling. That line inspired me to introduce stackable diamond rings to our clients at deBebians.com. The concept is simple. We have designed multiple rings that can be stacked alongside of one another. The beauty of stackable rings is that they can be worn in multiple ways. The simplest concept is getting three of the same exact rings but in 2 or three different metal colors. For example, you could do two rose gold diamond rings and one white gold ring. The rose can be worn on the outside and the white can be sandwiched in the middle. Or you can do the opposite with two white gold stackable rings and a rose gold ring in the center. Below you will see a pictures of the same ring, style number BLDUSE200V-14 in rose gold and white gold stacked with one another.
We introduced stackable rings without diamonds as well. You don’t always need diamonds in your stackable bands. Some of my clients don’t like it when I say that diamonds on a ring are unnecessary. However, a plain stackable band can complement a diamond eternity ring. Below you will see a picture of style number AMRD-03 with our rope design stackable ring style number PWB-02.
When it comes to stackable rings, I personally like symmetry. The stackable diamond rings you will see below shows a combination of rose gold and white gold. The style number of the ring in the center is style number DWB-06, which is a half eternity band and style number DWB-44 which is a marquise style diamond ring.
If you need help with a set of stackable rings don’t hesitate to call and ask. We can help offer suggestions and make these rings in any budget.
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