Two Stone Diamond Rings
Two diamonds serve as the focal point of a two stone diamond ring, a particular style of ring. A "twin stone" or "double stone" ring is another name for this design.
With a two stone diamond ring, the two diamonds may be the same size or different sizes and are normally set next to one another or at an angle. A number of materials, including platinum, white gold, yellow gold, or rose gold, can be used to create the ring's band.
Two stone diamond rings are suitable as gifts for a number of events, including engagements, anniversaries, and birthdays. They are also a common option for wedding bands because the union of two people can be symbolised by the two diamonds.
Styles of two stone diamond ring
The most popular setting method, side-by-side, places the two diamonds in a straight line, side by side.
Bypass: In this design, the two diamonds are placed on either end of the ring's band and slant in the direction of one another.
Diamonds are placed in a bar setting with metal bars holding them firmly in place in a two-stone ring that is bar set.
Two diamonds are encircled by a halo of lesser diamonds in a halo two stone diamond ring, giving it a more spectacular appearance.
Tension: In a tension two-stone diamond ring, the diamonds appear to be suspended in midair because they are held in place by the pressure of the ring's band.