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As part of the extensive diamond rings collection, our cluster rings are available in a range of golds, platinum and palladium metals, alongside different diamond shapes – you'll be sure to find something to suit the lucky recipient's taste.
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A diamond cluster ring has two primary forms. Either you have a cluster of similar size diamonds arranged in a pattern, or you have a central focal gem surrounded by 'smalls', which are smaller accent gems. A halo ring has these accent gems in a separate setting surrounding the central diamond. A cluster diamond engagement ring draws the focal gem and the accent gems together in a single setting to create a pattern.
Diamond cluster rings are a very traditional style that dates back to Georgian times. However, the sheer dazzling nature of a cluster of diamonds set in 9k or 18k gold doesn't lose its impact down the centuries. These gorgeous rings are just as popular today as they were two hundred years ago. More contemporary designs have been worked into the range of cluster diamond rings on offer. The use of coloured metals such as white and rose gold gives you even greater variety.
Not if you buy your diamond engagement ring from a reputable source. While the accent diamonds used in a cluster ring are small, they should be just as bright and clear as the focal gem. If a cluster diamond ring seems ‘cheap’, then it’s probably best to look for something that uses better quality gems. You will pay a little more for it, but as this is an exceptional ring, it's worth the cost to make sure your loved one gets the engagement ring they truly deserve.
It all depends on your personal preferences. Traditional yellow gold always looks spectacular, with a cluster of diamonds as the focal point. The warmth of 18k yellow gold (which is a slightly brighter hue than 9k) brings out the inner fire in all of the gems, including those smaller accent stones. Rose gold is perfect if you want a truly vintage feel. It also gives the gems a soft peachy hue that complements almost any skin tone. White gold, platinum, or palladium work incredibly well with clusters, as the white metal brings out the icy blue tones of your gems and makes the sparkle flash with an unequalled brilliance. The choice is yours.