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The Brian Gavin Lace Solitaire

The Brian Gavin Lace Solitaire

The Lace Solitaire is a collection of stunning engagement rings which feature diamond and colored stone accents, such as Pink Sapphire, Blue Sapphire, and Green Tsavorite. The wedding set pictured above features an 18k yellow gold Lace Solitaire and the matching wedding band in 18k yellow gold, adorned with pink sapphire accents. Engagement rings and wedding bands from the Lace Solitaire collection are also available in 18k white gold, 18k rose gold, platinum, and palladium.

Each ring contains (20) round cut accents which measure about 1.0 mm each which are melee set into the sides of the ring which has a criss-cross milgrain pattern which extends around the top three quarters of the ring shank. The four prong head will accommodate both Brian Gavin Signature Round and Cushion cut diamonds and is beautifully crafted with an artistic flair.

The rings are currently available for diamonds weighing up to two carats, and there are lots of choices to be found within our inventory of Brian Gavin Signature and Brian Gavin Blue diamonds. Here are a couple of diamond and engagement ring pairings to get you started…

This 0.907 carat, G-color, VS-2 clarity, Brian Gavin Signature diamond would look amazing in this Platinum and Blue Sapphire Brian Gavin Lace Solitaire, I’ve always liked the way that diamonds in the colorless to near colorless range look set in platinum.

This 1.058 carat, I-color, VS-1 clarity, Brian Gavin Blue diamond with strong blue fluorescence will look great set in this 18K Yellow Gold and Pink Sapphire Brian Gavin Lace Solitaire, the yellow gold prongs will make the I-color diamond look incredible and the strong blue fluorescence is going to give the body color of the diamond a little boost!

I think that the Green Tsavorite accents look amazing in this 18k Rose Gold Brian Gavin Lace Solitaire and that this L-color, 1.171 carat, SI-1 clarity, Brian Gavin Signature Cushion cut diamond would be simply stunning set in this ring! I’ve always loved the way that diamonds of warmer colors look set in 18k rose gold… the warmer tones of the pink gold are the perfect accompaniment for diamonds in this range of color, and they also look great set with diamonds in the colorless to near colorless range, it’s all a matter of personal preference. Which brings me to my next point…

Which alloy should you choose?

People frequently ask whether they should choose yellow gold, white gold, rose gold, or platinum for their engagement rings and wedding bands, the reality is that it truly is a matter of personal preference and there is no right or wrong answer. In my experience, diamonds of all color grades look great in all of the popular alloy mixtures which are commonly used for jewelry design. The decision to select one color of metal over another should be based upon your personal preference and opinion as to what looks good against your skin tone. If your fiancé likes rose gold, buy her a rose gold ring… if she likes white gold, buy her a white gold ring… if she thinks that yellow gold looks best against her skin, buy a yellow gold ring… the color of the metal is not going to change how bright the diamond looks, nor how much it sparkles, it might change the appearance of the diamond slightly in terms of color, but usually not more than one color grade, e.g. if you set a G-color diamond in yellow gold prongs it might face-up like an H-color diamond, but it’s not going to look visibly yellow, so select a Brian Gavin Lace Solitaire with confidence in whatever color of metal appeals to your personal sense of style.

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