Thursday, 22 December 2016

A Classic Solitaire Diamond Ring

Classic solitaire ring designs are always one of the most popular ring design as they are timeless and easy to match with wedding bands. If you're wondering if you should go for 4 or 6 prongs ring designs, you can check out here.

For now, we'll be showcasing a classic solitaire 4 prongs proposal ring. We added a special touch to this by creating a cathedral setting (the 2 triangle holes on the side). This gives the appearance that the main diamond is elevated, where you want the main focus to be! Also, we kept the side profile view of the prong head clean, where you're able to see the complete side view of the main diamond.

Here's a video of it! The main diamond is a Super Ideal Cut 0.71 G VS2. Enjoy!



- Written by Casey Lai

Friday, 2 December 2016

A Customised Solitaire Proposal Ring for Aivin

Aivin approached us to customise his proposal ring, with the inspiration of creating his very own engagement ring design. Although he didn't manage to visit our jewelry store in Singapore as he was located in Malaysia, all communications was done over email. This was a smooth and easy process where we managed to shortlist a diamond in his specifications and provide its scope images online.


Aivin created his own unique design from sketches, and forwarded them to us. This was a straight forward approach, where we simply followed his drawings and created a 3D render. From the side view, the prong head has a heart shape filigree. From his original design, we further customized additional filigrees in the cathedral gaps of the band. Overall, it gave the ring an intricate and whimsical look. From the top view, its shows a simple classic 6 prongs solitaire proposal ring, while on the sides, it reveals an intricate story.


Once the 3D render was approved, we proceeded to handcraft his ring with end product below. Each of our rings are individually handcrafted by our Mastercrafter. The beauty to this is that it gives the ring an organic look where the diamond and ring design complements each other.




We expedited his ring be be handcrafted before his proposal trip at Mount Fuji. Aivin shared with us some of his proposal and engagement ring photos below.

Proposal at Mount Fuji

Proposal at Mount Fuji

and some amazing diamond ring handshots.


Aivin's advice for the lads would be: "The satisfactions of designing your own ring is exquisite, you will notice small details  about your partner and what suits her most, and knowing she deserve the one and only design in this world because she is the special one. So, Just Do It! "

- Casey Lai



Friday, 25 November 2016

Octagon Hearts & Arrows Diamond on a Tapered Channel Pave Ring

The Octagon Hearts & Arrows diamond outshines traditional cuts thanks to its 88 facets and 8 Hearts & Arrows. It's a very bright, very firey and very very brilliant diamond. Under the light performance tools such as the Ideal and ASET scope, it shows great amount of light return and a perfect balance between brightness and contrast. 

It this video, the Octagon is set on a customized tapered channel pave ring, comlementing the main diammond. From the side profile view, the cathedral setting (triangle gaps) accentuates the centre diamond, by creating the appearance that the diamond sits higher on the crown.


- Written by Casey Lai

Monday, 21 November 2016

JP Signature Cuts on a Hand


Showcasing our JP Signature cut diamonds on a hand. Each of our Signature cuts are meticulously handpicked to be the most brilliant diamond in its own class. Using the latest technology and tools, they are cut to maximize its light performance, surpassing the brightness, fire and scintillation of other traditional cuts.



JP Super Ideal Rounds are the traditional 57 faceted, 8 Hearts & Arrows diamond that is cut to the most exacting standard. Each Super Ideal Cut diamond goes through our stringent quality selection, involving several demanding criteria. All of our diamonds are handpicked to ensure that each is cut to the maximum light performance and is guaranteed to outperform any other 57 facets round.

JANNPAUL utilizes the latest technology such as the HCA tool, Ideal scope, ASET scope and Hearts & Arrows scope to analyze each diamond. No other jewellers in the world follow the same ambitious standards as JANNPAUL. Only a handful of diamonds are able to meet our uncompromising requirements. When you receive a JP Super Ideal Round diamond, you are guaranteed the most brilliant diamond. 

For more information about the Super Ideal Cut, click here.



The Solasfera Round is one of the very few modified round diamonds that manages to retain its Hearts & Arrows patterning. It is cut with an astounding 91 facets and 10 Hearts & Arrows. 

The exacting symmetry of Solasfera's cuts, which are crafted with unparalleled precision, creates a perfect optical patterning that makes a diamond's sparkle visible from afar. It is cut to obtain the maximum light return, showing a full red on the Ideal Scope, intensifying the brightness of the diamond. The additional Hearts & Arrows patterning in the diamond creates a breathtaking scintillation. Unlike others in the industry, Solasfera diamonds are always cut to maximize beauty, not size.


The most breathtaking diamonds exude the greatest brilliance (white light), fire (color light) and sparkle (scintillation). Every Solasfera diamond must measure off the charts in all three categories to earn its name. Each Solasfera comes with an independent light performance lab report (Gemex), to certify that it attains the highest possible grading in all 3 categories. 

For more information about the Solafera, click here.



The Cushion Brellia is the world's first Cushion Hearts & Arrows diamond. The sheer brightness of the Brellia even surpasses most rounds. It was made to have such brightness to enhance the whiteness, emphasizing on the arrows. It proved to be the most brilliant Cushion diamond to have ever been cut.

The Brellia has 57 facets in virtually the same pattern as the finest Super Ideal cut round, retaining the same scintillation. The pavilions (Arrows) of the Brellia are designed wider to create large bold flashes of fire that can be seen at further distance. 

Each Brellia diamond is cut and polished to the most exacting standards on earth. A standard known as "Super Ideal Cuts". It achieves the perfection of hearts and arrows with an AGS 000 cut grade, resulting in the highest brilliancy.

For more information about the Cushion Brellia, click here.



We are proud to introduce the world's first Octagon Hearts & Arrows diamond, also known as the D'amor. The Octagon Hearts & Arrows is intricately cut with 88 facets, 8 sides, 8 Hearts and 8 Arrows. The 88 facets increases the scintillation, creating a mesmerizing dance in the sparkle when you move your diamond ring finger. Despite the higher facets, it manages to retain the traditional 8 Hearts & Arrows patterning, maximizing the fire and colorful burst of light. It achieves the best of both worlds, optimizing the fire and scintillation, resulting in the most brilliant diamond in the world.

The unique shape of the Octagon adds playfulness to the diamond. It allows the wearer to create his/her own look. It can be set into a more squarish or roundish feature by simply rotating the diamond. The extraordinary octagon shape with the 8 perfectly symmetrical sides highlights the strong identity of the diamond. 

For more information about the Octagon, click here.



The Octavia diamond brings step cut diamonds to a whole new level. Unlike traditional step cut diamonds like the Asscher or Emerald cut, the Octavia achieves a superior brightness and contrast.
Its improved faceting structure gives it a stronger light return while maintaining a balanced contrast to optimize the fire and sparkle. The unique step cut faceting gives the diamond a more dimensional appearance. Any slight movement will create strong bursts of fire rippling throughout the diamond. The Octavia is the most brilliant and unparalleled step cut diamond in the world.

For more information about the Octavia, click here.

- Written by Casey Lai

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Mr Chong's Ring Customization Journey

When Mr Chong approached us, he was looking to customize a unique and meaningful ring for his partner. Before visiting us, he knew he wanted the Solasfera  (91 facets, 10 Hearts & Arrows) diamond cut for its light performance. The Solasfera easily outshines other round cuts with its extreme scintilliation effect (for more information, click here).

He wanted to customize a plain setting with engravings on the side, while having their initials "W" on the filigrees. A story he shared with us was about how his girlfriend was his sun, ever-lasting and ever-bright, always bringing happiness to his life. Hence, he wanted to add this story into the ring to make it meaningful. 

This is where we brainstormed to include an orange sapphire on the tubeto of the ring! The orange color of the sapphire would represent the sun. We handpicked the sapphires, that had the best color and proportions, ensuring they're suitable to fit into the tubeto. 


Finally, after several rounds of discussions and tweaks, we finalized on the ring design. Below is the 3D render that we provided, next to the finished ring. All our of ring customization comes with a 3D render which allows you to visualize the end product of your design.



If you look carefully at the orange sapphire at the tubeto, you'll notice that the sapphire is sorrounded by rose gold milgrains. The rose gold helps to bring out the color of the orange sapphire, while the milgrain patterns represents the sun rays! 

Alot of thoughts are put into every ring customization, where every small details is taken into account.
At the bottom 1/4 part of the ring, we kept it plain, to allow future ring re-sizing, if needed. 

After receiving his ring, Mr Chong planned out a road trip where he successfully proposed!
Below are some photos that he shared with us.

Photo credit to Jens Kv Photography

Photo credit to Jens Kv Photography

- Written by Casey Lai

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Why the Cushion Brellia Appears Whiter Compared to other Conventional Cushion Cuts

The Cushion Brellia is the World's first Cushion Hearts & Arrows diamond. 
Generally, fancy shape diamonds such as the cushion, square, pear, etc. do not have Hearts & Arrows patterning. As a result, it tends to have a lack of contrast (fire) and light return (brightness), giving it a 'crushed ice' look. This is why, if you've ever compared a fancy shape to a round diamond, the round diamond, you'll notice that the round diamond would always appear much more brilliant and firey. Hence, for fancy shape diamonds, most people would have to sacrifice on its brilliance for its shape.

Now this is where the Cushion Brellia comes in! The Cushion Brellia is cut with Hearts & Arrows and to the maximum light performance. What this means, is that not only can do you get a fancy shape (cushion) diamond, it would be as brilliant or firey as a Super Ideal Cut round!

For a more detailed illustration, below is the ASET scope image of the Cushion Brellia. It shows a good balance of blue (contrast / fire) and red (light return / brightness) areas. It also has minimum white (light leakages) and green (weak light return) areas. Overall, this would give the diamond a much brighter and firey appearance.


Below is the ASET of a typical Cushion cut diamond. First thing you'll notice is how much white (light leakages) and green (weak light return) areas, the diamond has. This would result in the diamond looking duller and darker, where there will be a lack of brightness as light is literally passing through the diamond. In addition, notice there hardly any blue (contrast)? This means that it will have very little or no fire.


Here is a video, where I compared a Cushion Brellia and normal Cushion cut diamond of the same Color grade (G). Watch how they perform against each other and how much brighter (or whiter) the Brellia appears even though they are the same color grade!


- Written by Casey Lai

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

A Cushion Brellia on Pave Setting

The Cushion Brellia is the world's first Cushion Hearts & Arrows diamond.
The sheer brightness of the Brellia even surpasses most rounds. It was made to have such brightness to enhance the whiteness, emphasizing on the arrows. It proved to be the most brilliant Cushion diamond to have ever been cut.

The Brellia has 57 facets in virtually the same pattern as the finest Super Ideal cut round, retaining the same scintillation. The pavilions (Arrows) of the Brellia are designed wider to create large bold flashes of fire that can be seen at further distance.

Each Brellia diamond is cut and polished to the most exacting standards on earth. A standard known as "Super Ideal Cuts". It achieves the perfection of hearts and arrows with an AGS 000 cut grade, resulting in the highest brilliancy.

Below is a video of a 0.6ct Cushion Brellia on an 18kt white gold pave setting. Each of our settings are individually handcrafted by our Master craftsmen, highlighting the intricate details and great workmanship.


- Written by Casey Lai

Saturday, 5 November 2016

How to Read a GIA Certificate

Wondering where to start when buying a diamond? The first thought that comes into mind is deciding on your Cut, Carat, Color and Clarity preference of your diamond. Usually, this is where you need to refer to it's GIA certificate. This is where you will get all the basic information you need.

In a way, you can use it to judge the grading and proportions of a diamond. Below is a video that will teach you how to read a GIA certificate and parts you should pay attention to,


Once you're shortlisted a diamond and checked it's GIA certificate, you will need the Ideal and ASET scope to analyze its light performance (GIA does not grade the light perfomormance of a diamond). What this means is that even if you get a GIA Triple Excellent diamond, it can still have a poor light performance!


Ideal Scope

The Ideal Scope is used to analyze a diamond's light return (brightness and contrast)


ASET Scope


The ASET scope is used to analayze a diamond's fire and scintillation.


Hearts & Arrows Scope


Finally, the Hearts & Arrows scope is used to analyze a diamond's optical symmetry.

- Written by Case Lai

Thursday, 27 October 2016

The Solasfera Diamond

The secret to the Solasfera's brillaince lies in its facet structure and light performance. Unlike traditional designs, the Solasfera is cut with 91 facets and 10 Hearts & Arrows, maximizing its light return, fire and scintillation. 

The superior life and luster of a Solasfera diamond is immediately visible to the naked eye under all types of lighting. There are several scientific methods and tests that can help you understand why the Solasfera's light performance is above all. There is no other diamond like a Solasfera. 

During a side-by-side test, Solasfera has proven to outperform all other modifed rounds across every light performance tests available. 


Most diamond cutters, driven by profit objectives, cut a diamond to maximize its weight at the expense of ideal proportions, damaging the diamond’s light performance and beauty. Unlike others in the industry, Solasfera diamonds are always cut to maximize beauty, not size.


Generically cut diamonds tend to have light leakages. Solasferas are capable of grabbing hold of the light surrounding them and returning it to the eyes of the beholder. It manages to disperse light thoughout, allowing a wide dispersion of rainbow flashes.




Under the Ideal Scope, it shows that the Solasfera acheives a full light return (full red). This gives the diamond a magnificent brightness, where light paths that are going into the diamond are being reflected back out towards your eyes. Hence, the Solasfera can appear ''whiter'' compared to another diamond with the same color grade due to its extrodinary brightness.



The Solasfera has exacting symmetry where each diamond is crafted with unparalleled precision. This can be seen under the Hearts & Arrows scope to analyze its 10 symmetrical Hearts & Arrows.


Being over the top in it's light performance, each and every Solasfera comes with a Gemex Light Performance Report. The Gemex is an independent lab that measures the Brilliance, Fire and Sparkle of a diamond. The Solasfera manages to acheive the highest possible grade possible. No other cut has been able to do so.


Scientifically proven, Solasferas has the ability to outshine all other round cuts in the market. It is available from 0.3ct onwards and we have assorted sizes for Solasfera melees that can be set on wedding bands. Each Solasfera diamond comes with a GIA or AGS report, Gemex report and scope images analysis (Actual, Ideal, ASET and Hearts & Arrows Scopes).

Visit us to experience the Solasfera brilliance yourself and set light free!


Credit: www.solasfera.com

- Written by Casey Lai


Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Unboxing a Solasfera Ring


Here's a video of us unboxing a Solasfera diamond ring!

The Solasfera is a 91 faceted diamond with 10 Hearts & Arrows. It has higher facets than the traditional 57 faceted rounds, giving it an extreme amount of scintillation where you'll notice a crazy amount of sparkles throughout the diamond. Watch towards the end of the video, where we brought the diamond outdoors under sunlight!


The ring design is a custom setting, with melee diamonds on the under bridge. Each melee diamond is sorrounded by milgrains to highlight and bring out the detailings of the ring. The main diamond is mounted on a 4 prongs setting, designed and oriented to allow an unblocked view of the main stone. This gives the ring a clean and sleek look and give the appearance that the main diamond is higher.

Below is the 3d render of the ring design, which comes with all of our ring customization works.




- Written by Casey Lai

Monday, 10 October 2016

New Solasfera Shipment

Our new Solasfera shipment has arrived!

91 facets and 10 Hearts & Arrows - The unparalleled brilliance of the Solasfera. 
Ranging from 0.3 - 1.5ct.

Visit or email us at sales@jannpaul.com for more information.



Thursday, 22 September 2016

Cushion Brellia VS Octagon Hearts & Arrow Diamond

Deciding between the Cushion Brellia and Octagon Hearts & Arrows diamond? This comparison video will be perfect for you!



The Cushion Brellia is the World's first Cushion Heart & Arrows diamond. It's the highest light perfoming Cushion diamond thanks to its strong light return under the Ideal & ASET scopes. It has 57 facets with 8 Hearts & Arrows, similar to the Super Ideal Cut, but in a cushion shape. It's a popular cut for those looking for a soft squarish shape diamond, which goes very well in any jewellry design.

For more information about the Cushion Brellia, click here.

The Octagon has an outstanding light performance. It has 88 facets with 8 Hearts & Arrows. These extra facets gives it a mesmerizing scintillation. It is designed to have intense light return and have an unparralled brilliance. Once makes this diamond even more unique is its Octagon shape, with 88 facets, 8 sides, 8 hearts and 8 arrows.

For more information about the Octagon Hearts & Arrows, click here.

- Written by Casey Lai

Monday, 19 September 2016

Unboxing a Cushion Brellia on an Engraving Ring Design

This is a video of me unboxing a Cushion Brellia diamond on a custom ring design.


The Cushion Brellia is the World's first Cushion Hearts & Arrows diamond. Generally, fancy shape diamonds such as the cushion, princess, heart shape, pear shape, etc. do not have Hearts & Arrows patterns. As a result, their brilliance is often lacking due to the weak light performance. Unlike other fancy shape diamonds, the Cushion Brellia is a revolutionary cut which manages to retain the Hearts & Arrows, which gives it an extroardinary brilliance. We can confidently say, the  Brellia is the most Ideal square cut and the highest light perfoming Cushion diamond in the world!

So that's the diamond. So what about the setting? The ring is handcrafted with each engraving individually carved out by hand. On the side of the engravings, are milgrains (small round beads), adding a nice touch to the ring. The diamond is securely mounted on a 4 prongs setting. The prong head is designed like a "V" shape to bring out the beuty of the main stone.

Here are some photos of the ring,




Each of our rings are individually handcrafted. Our customized rings comes with realistic 3D renders, where we're able to render out your ring designs on a finger of your size. This gives you realistic and accurate impression of how your final ring would be.

Email us at, sales@jannpaul.com

For more ring unboxing video, click here.

- Written by Casey Lai




Wednesday, 7 September 2016

The Octagon 8 Hearts & Arrows Diamond

The Octagon diamond is one of the most brilliant diamond ever to be cut. Not only does it have its unique octagon shape with 8 sides, it has 88 facets and 8 Hearts & Arrows. It has more facets that the traditional 57 facets that round diamonds have, which gives it an extreme amount of scintillation. What makes this diamond even more breathtaking is it manages to retain the 8 Hearts & Arrows, resulting in larger and intense fire.

In this video, you'll see how the Octagon diamond performs in real life! Also, I'll be showing you the diamond outdoors under natural sunlight and under the shade. This is where you'll get to see the true beauty of the diamond and its amazing light performance.




What makes the Octagon diamond even more interesting is the way you set it. Depending on how you orientate the diamond, it will give your diamond a different look. You may choose to set your diamond at either of these styles to suit your personality.



By setting the prongs on the tips of the diamond, it will bring out the octagon shape of the diamond.

If you pefer a more squarish appearance, we can set the prongs on the flat corners of the diamond, which will give a boxy silhuotte.

For more information on how you can set your Octagon, click here.

- Written by Casey Lai


Friday, 26 August 2016

Unboxing a Super Ideal Cut diamond on a rose gold rope twist design


We're excited to reveal this new ring design that we've handcrafted! It's a customized 18kt rose gold intertwined  ring with intricate rope twists. The weaving designs on the band stretches and connects to the prong head, creating a cathedral effect. The prong head is kept clean and simple, without any obstructions to the main diamond. This allows you to see the complete side profile view of your rock.

Check it out as we unbox the ring in the video below!



Showcasing the precision of our 3d renders, below is a side by side comparison of our 3d renders next to the actual ring. All of our customized ring designs comes with these 3d renders, where you can personalize it to your style.





For more ring unboxing videos, check out our Youtube Channel.

- Written by Casey Lai


Monday, 22 August 2016

Cushion diamond with trapezoid side stones

For this ring unboxing video, we customized a ring design with 2 trapezoid side diamonds with asscher cut melee diamonds on the band. The trapezoid and asscher cut diamonds are both step-cut diamonds but in different shapes. It complements the centre cushion brilliant diamond, giving the ring a majestic and victorian flair.


For all of our custom ring designs, it comes with 3d renders to help visualize your end product. Using a Sarin scanner, we laser scan your diamond into our software where our program will capture its dimensions. From there, we would design your ring to the same proportions and turn your dream ring into a reality!

Here's how the 3d render compared to the end product,






For more ring unboxing videos, check out our Youtube Channel.


- Written by Casey Lai

Thursday, 4 August 2016

Ring designs with a twist of inspriation!

Thinking of adding a twist design to your ring? Check out some of these ring designs to inspire you! Our ring customizations comes with 3D renders, where we will create your ring design proportional to your main diamond size and ring finger. We can even render out a hand model to be the same size as yours to help you visualize how your ring design will look on your hand!

When most people thing of twist design rings, they think of a simple curved band with a twist, and that's all to it. However, there are many variations of twist designs out there and there are ways you can customize it to your personality! 

Below are some twist design 3D renders for you to explore.


This is a double band twist design, where each band has a rope twist effect. 
It gives an organic and lacy feel to the ring, and have lots of fine detailing. Girls that love whimsical designs will fall in love with this at first sight! 


 A variation of the earlier ring, with some melee diamonds on one of the band. This gives an extra bling to your ring and will be a head turner. There are many ways to spice up your ring design by adding melee diamonds on certain areas. Another option is to add diamonds on tray of the prong head.


Want something cleaner? This is a gorguous wavy twist design that will bring out your diamond! 
It has a smooth cross over near the upper mid-section of the band. The melee diamonds are set in a channel style to give the ring a cleaner look. Overall, the band creates an infinity symbol ∞, adding more meaning to your ring.


This is definitely one of my favourites! It has assyemtrical curves on the band, which looks like sea waves! I love the intricate detailing on this and it showcases our fine workmanship vey well. If you notice, even the prongs that is holding the main diamond has the wave effect. The diamond is set on a cathedral setting, where there are 2 triangle arches giving the appearance that the diamond sits higher.
There was alot of thought and love that was put into designing this ring :)


Want both bands with side diamonds? No problem! We are able to customize a double band twist with channel set diamonds. This is slightly different from regular twist designs as the band curves at the end towards the diamond. This gives a lacy bow effect and from the top view, it creates a beutiful silhoutte of your ring. 


This ring design has a victorian flair to it. The band looks knotted by strategically placing a bezel melee diamond on each of the cross over section. If you want to bring it out even more, we can have the circumference of the bezel done in rose gold! On the side profile, you'll find another melee diamond (tubeto) under the main diamond. Add more personality to this by changing it to a gemstone or bithstone of your choice.


Fancy a bigger ring with larger proportions? This might be the one for you. There are many intertwined twists that gradually moves up towards your main diamond. Although this ring has a broader width, the smooth and elegantly twisted bands gives the ring a soft and feminine feel. You may customize this ring further by changing the prong tips to heart shapes!


A double band rope twist ring that tapers from thin to thick towards the main diamond. This gradual accentuating effect will draw everyone's attention to your main diamond and will highlight your diamond's size. A perfect design for every day wearing and to glamourous events! 


So there you go guys! These are just some of the many ways you can design your own twist ring. There are still many variations avaiable that we are happy to share with you. Don't be afraid to customize your ring and adding your own personality to it. It's much easier than you think! During our diamond and ring design education session, we will guide you along the way :)

For more information about our customization services, email us at sales@jannpaul.com

- Written by Casey Lai

Friday, 22 July 2016

Importance of a Diamond's Cut over Color


Many customers come to me, mentioning they want the best color grade diamond, assuming that the better the color, the brighter the diamond will be. This is a common misconception that many people make, thinking that the color grade of a diamond affects its brilliance or brightness.

What most people don't realise is that the Color actually relates to the hue of the diamond. The lower the color grade, the more yellowish hue the diamond has. Whereas the brightness is related to its light performance. What this means is that even if you get the best "D" color grade diamond and it has poor light performance, it would look darker and duller compared to another diamond of an even lower color grade!

For more information, watch this video below.



So how does Color affect the visual appearance of a diamond?
Below is a video, showing 4 Super Ideal Cut diamonds from D to G. I always recommend my clients and friends to view the color grade differences of a diamond in person to have a better feel. Most of the time, they find that it is not as obvious as what they imagined it to be. 



Another important aspect to note are BGM (brownish / greenish / milky) diamonds. If a diamond has any BGM characteristics, it would not be shown on the GIA certificate. This effect is not related to the Color grade or fluorescence. What this means is that a GIA certified D color diamond with no fluorescence, may still have a brownish, greenish or milky appearance! This is due to the make of a diamond. Hence, it is important to check if your diamond has any BGM.

If you're unsure, always ask a trusted jeweller :)


Tuesday, 19 July 2016

JP Ring Unboxing Video: A flower ring design

Whenever we receive a ring customization request, our team gets very excited to come up with something new. In this case, our client requested for an engagement ring to have look like a flower. Our design team (Jann & Issac) took up the challenge and came up with this.


This a a 3D render of the top view.
The main diamond is meant to have a blossom effect and highlight the brilliance of the main diamond. The curvature of the prongs can be seen from the top, giving the ring a soft and organic look.



We added small diamonds to each of the petal to give the ring some extra bling!
To further enhance the silhouette of the ring, we added a round circle (with melee diamonds) to the base of the prongs, which tied everything together and created a crown effect.


For all of our customized rings, it comes with these 3D renders with different viewing angles.
They are drawn to scale to be proportional with your diamond and ring size.
Once you've approved your design, we would proceed to craft your ring.



Finally, this is the final outcome of your perfect ring!