So RLJ just started carrying this new designer line, Uneek Fine Jewelry, and I’m obsessed. Combine micropave with funky shapes and cuts, plus modern twists on classic jewelry mountings, and you have a recipe for a gorgeous and yes – unique- engagement ring.
A solitaire gets a splash of sparkle from three sides of prong set accent diamonds embedded in mil grained white gold. The texture is subtle, but rich.
Speaking of texture – again we’ve got diamonds coming from multiple angles, and a split shank that combines micropave, double mil grained borders, and graduated accent stones in the space bet err. That’s before we even touch the micropave halo.
Playing favorites and I’m not even sorry. I adore this oval shaped mounting! I love the three clustered round brilliant accents that look like a more organic, floral interpretation of trillions. This is a stunning example of a twist on the traditional oval-plus-trillion combo.
This three stone is another traditional twist. The stones are smaller in scale thank you usually see, giving them more of an accent role than a side stone look. The double shank of pave round brilliant diamonds is another sweet touch.
This split shank halo engagement ring is everything you could want front his design. It’s textbook in modern, glamorous bridal design, and the shared prong mountings for the pave shanks is elegantly executed.
I love when a halo mounting gives the center stone room to breathe. This cushion shaped mounting uses smaller round brilliant diamonds, channel set with milgrained 18 karat white gold, to accent a center stone that appears to float. The angled split shank that join before the finger curves create these perfect triangles that nicely complement the negative space around the diamond. This style is super modern, and heavy on the diamonds but still feels airy and chic.