Diamond insert rings: One ring, many styles
Diamond jewellery has its own charm and cannot be compared to other jewellery. A piece of diamond jewellery becomes even more interesting when it can be worn in many ways. Diamond insert rings are just the ornament that comes to mind when you think about versatility. Let’s look into what insert rings are and how you can wear one to complement your personal style.
The Beyond Beauty Collection of diamond insert rings from Divine Solitaires have been specially crafted, keeping in mind the utility of insert rings.
Each design can be worn as a complete set and separately too, without compromising on your style. As far as diamond insert rings from Beyond Beauty are concerned, beauty is not restricted to one style.
Structure of an insert ring
Insert rings consist of two rings that can either be worn together or separately. The outer ring or enhancer encases or holds the inner ring which can be removed. According to the occasion and your styling needs, you can wear them together or just one at a time.
The metal colour
Both parts of diamond insert rings have the same metal colour. But you are always free to try on two different metal colours. Suppose your diamond engagement ring is crafted in rose gold, a white gold enhancer can create a stunning look. As long as one of the two parts is in white gold, the other can be yellow or rose gold.
It is advisable to avoid mixing metal colours that do not complement each other at all. For example, oxidised silver and rose gold can look hideous instead of quirky.
Using other rings
Very often, a diamond insert ring is used along with an engagement ring or a wedding ring. It enhances the appearance of the engagement ring, making it look bigger. In the case of a diamond engagement ring with a thin band, the enhancer makes the band look sturdier.
While insert rings can be used with other rings for stacking, they are not called stacking rings. They need to be customised such that one enhancer can be used with different rings and bands. This is why when you purchase stacking rings, there are no insert rings or enhancers in the set.
Simple or elaborate?
While there is no hard-and-fast rule for styling diamond insert rings, there are some tips that will help you choose better. Insert rings are often readymade but if you do have a certain design in mind, get it customised.
Simple-looking diamond insert rings match elaborate wedding or engagement rings that are studded with diamonds. It works the same way the other way round. If your ring has a single diamond and a plain-looking band, an enhancer with many diamonds is a good option.
The insert ring will also affect the look of the diamond on your engagement ring. If your ring’s diamond is 1.00 carat and above, try to select a diamond insert ring with small stones. A smaller diamond on the ring can have a liberally studded insert ring.
It is important to always consider other factors like the shape of your fingers. At the end of the day, what truly matters is what suits you and your budget the best.