5 Most Alluring Diamond Ring Types

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Pavé Engagement Rings Pavé Engagement Rings are one of the most alluring types of diamonds rings. They are known for flaunting more of diamonds and less metal. They come with a metal band encrusted with small diamonds in a way that the entire ring seems to be made of diamonds. Its centre stone is generally round or princess cut. https://devijewellers.lk/

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Channel Set Engagement Rings Channel Set Engagement Rings come with diamonds embedded into channel-like grooves between two metal strips. These diamonds come is a variety of cuts and shapes and give the centre stone a bolder appeal. Whether you’re looking for the perfect couple rings gold or diamond, this one’s definitely the best choice. https://devijewellers.lk/

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Sidestone Engagement Ring Sidestone Engagement Ring is just the perfect ring to complement your look. It comes with 2 or more smaller diamonds on either side of the central gem. The sidestones effortlessly add brilliance while making the ring even more radiant and explicit. https://devijewellers.lk/

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Halo Engagement Rings Halo Engagement Rings is one of the pavé engagement diamond rings that flaunts a micro- pavé setting in a halo formation around the central gemstone. The smaller diamonds embellished on the rings sum up to a bright and radiant look. This is one of the popular choices when it comes to engagement rings. https://devijewellers.lk/

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Three Stone Engagement Rings Three Stone Engagement Rings comes with a centre gem that is flanked by two other diamonds on each side. The round cut and princess cut diamonds sit at the centre to enhance the overall look of the rings. These rings are also available in couple rings variations. https://devijewellers.lk/

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