What Makes Our Pave Rings So Memorable?
With jaw-dropping scintillation, our diamond pave rings broadcast their presence to the world in a burst of fire and brilliance.
Truly unforgettable, each pave ring is made by hand to create that hypnotic shimmer which is addictive.
Our collection consists of a range of creative and imaginative designs from the wildly original to the classically divine. From full pave eternity rings to pave fancy rings, The Diamond Store has a style to suit everyone.
Each is UK hallmarked and comes presented in a plush presentation box with free personalised gift message and free insurance valuation certificate at the recommended retail price. In addition, all 18K gold and platinum rings come with a certificate of authenticity.
Delivery within the UK is free and most pave rings comes with a 30 day money back guarantee so you can return it within the time period for a full refund if not entirely satisfied.
More Interesting Facts About Pave Rings.....
Pave comes from the French meaning 'paved' and perfectly describes the may a pave ring is covered in tiny diamonds, resembling a miniature cobble-stoned street. Every diamond weighs just a few points and is fully cut with 58 facets. Though they are small in size every stone contributes to the overall shimmer and brilliance of the design.
The stones are secured in place by small holes that have been drilled out of the ring shank. After the diamond is positioned in its' hole, tiny bits of metal from the surface of the band are pushed over the edge forming tiny beads which hold the stone securely in place. Pavé is a very demanding and precise technique and is excellent if you wear your diamond ring all the time and do a lot of work with your hands as it is a very secure setting.
If the band of a pave ring does not taper at the top each diamond should be exactly the same size. If some areas of the ring taper to a point then the diamonds should diminish in size as the pave settings narrow and this requires very precise selection of diamonds. The diamonds are set in rows so that they fill as much of the surface area as possible without actually touching. The more precisely the diamonds are cut then the better the final appearance of the ring will be.