An engagement ring will become a memory from the start, where two journeys become one, so it is at utmost importance that the correct guidelines must be followed to create something unique and stunning for your bride to be.
Shani•D Jewellery is all about customization, and we will assist from the design right up to the final adjustments in creating your engagement ring.
Guidelines - creating an engagement ring
• Find out what she likes, by looking at what she wears, and discover her taste.
• Is she interested in modern jewellery (flashy), traditional (classic), simple (less is more) or antique (detail).
• Yellow Gold, White Gold, Rose Gold, Platinum or Two Toned?
• How she reacts when seeing other engagements rings will also guide you in the right direction.
• Ask friends or family if she discussed this topic, in order to help.
• Last but not least, get the correct ring size.
Things to look at.
• High rise or low rise of the main stone?
• Setting style - four claws, six claws?
• Setting Type, bezel or claws?
• Plain band or diamond band?
• Shape of main diamond?
By using these guidelines Shani•D Jewellery will be able to accurately assist you in creating her dream engagement ring.
French for ‘paved’, this gives
the illusion of the shank being
made entirely out of one row
A traditional style that lifts the
center stone higher off
A Solid shank that wil not
have a negative spacing from the side.
Can be set with stones
or be designed
without accent stones.
The shank divides,giving
the illusion of two bands.
Characterised by the sharp
edge that runs around the
outside of the shank.
Characterised by miltiple tiny metal
beads that line either side of the shank
to hold the diamonds in place.
The diamons are set
between two parallel walls
This shank style can either taper
towards the center stone or outwards
along the shank.
Characterised by the sharp edge
similar to pavé, this style has
multiple rows of diamonds set
across the entire surface area.
This style is designed to fit
the wedding band perfectly
inside the engagement ring.
The shank splits and
interlaces around the finger.