Platinum Solitaire Engagement Rings
A platinum solitaire engagement ring is the ultimate in minimalist, refined & sophisticated design. Amongst the most enduring of all engagement ring styles, platinum solitaire engagement rings are the perfect selection for what will become an heirloom piece, enduring in style with an abundance of lustrous, icy and silvery tones.
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That’s why we have diamond and design experts on hand, who are here to guide you through every step - from understanding what carat, color, cut and clarity mean, to designing the perfect ring.
About Our Platinum Solitaire Rings
Crafted using the finest platinum and inimitable attention to detail, at our Hatton Garden jewellers. Our platinum solitaire engagement rings are amongst our most popular designs. Platinum is made to last - both style-wise and with immense durability. It is one of the most durable metals found in nature, and is perfect for polishing to a shiny, lustrous finish that will encourage greater white light reflection into your diamond - producing unequivocal sparkle.
Elegantly Crafted in Platinum
As with every Queensmith ring, we craft each platinum solitaire ring with care, passion and concentrated attention to the details. Solitaire rings are simple and refined by nature: our goldsmiths obsess over the minutiae to ensure a ring that endures both time and style.
How to design your unique platinum solitaire engagement ring
The good news is, there is little room for error when it comes to a platinum solitaire ring. The lustre of the silvery metal allows almost every style to look equal parts contemporary and classic. That said, the more refined the setting style, the more enduring and trend-transcendent your platinum solitaire ring will be.
If tradition is your style, a solitaire platinum ring is undoubtedly the perfect route for you. With few other design elements to focus on, the setting of your solitaire will be an important, defining feature. Six claw settings are traditional and classic - a staple of the 20th century. Four claws look a little more up-to-date, whilst rubover settings are inherently contemporary.
When it comes to choosing the centre stone for your solitaire ring, the lack of saturation in the platinum will allow you to explore a plethora of coloured gemstones - should colourless diamonds not be your preference. Create a really unique ring with a gemstone - from pale pink morganites and sapphires, to intense yellow diamonds, verdant emeralds and classic blue or teal sapphires.
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