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Available in Yellow, White and Rose Gold, Platinum 950, Paladium 950 and Vermeil.

Gold vermeil

Gold vermeil, or just vermeil, is a term used to refer to jewellery or other items made of silver and coated with gold. The word “vermeil” comes from the French and is pronounced “ver-may.” Vermeil jewellery is made by first creating the base of the item in silver and then plating it with a layer of gold. This method is called electrolysis.

The essential difference between vermeil and gold-plated jewellery is that vermeil items have a base made of silver, whereas plated and filled pieces can be made with a variety of base metals such as bronze. For this reason, vermeil jewellery is generally more valuable than comparable gold-plated items.

Paladium

One of the world's rarest metals, palladium makes for a band that's high in quality and, relatively speaking, lower in price than other high-quality metals. With the increase in the price of gold and platinum, palladium is one of the best choices for those with a lower budget who don't want to sacrifice quality or beauty.

The metal is similar to platinum in that it's hypo-allergenic and keeps well over time.

it's strong and never tarnishes over the years. It doesn't require plating or other metals for protection - it will stay white without regular maintenance and care. While it's in the same group as platinum and looks very similar, it's much lighter than its sister metal.

It was officially recognised as a precious metal in 2010, and it's now a legal requirement that any palladium ring that weighs more than 1 gram is hallmarked. It's even been said that palladium is rarer than gold.

Platinum

Platinum is a white metal and the most expensive and prestigious option for a ring. It is long wearing and already exceptionally white, so it does not need to be rhodium plated like white gold. Platinum is also used in rings at almost 100% purity. It is a dense metal, so a platinum ring will feel heavier on the hand than other options. Because of its higher cost, platinum is most often used in men's and women's wedding and engagement rings.

Whilst gold contains a combination of metals, platinum's purity makes it naturally hypoallergenic and non reactive, ideal for those with skin sensitivities. Denser than gold and twice as dense than silver, it can be quite heavy but this is a favourable quality, especially for men. Despite its durability, like most metals, it does tend to wear a little over time and will scratch if it comes into contact with stronger materials, such as diamonds or steel. Unlike gold, platinum doesn't chip away but instead the scratches are seen as indentations that can be easily re-polished


Solitaire

The word solitaire, in this context means a single stone. The diamond solitaire became popular from around 1880 when high quality stones became more readily available and is still highly favoured in engagement rings.


Troy

Each of our rings have a full range of options available to you. Choose your style and select from Yellow Gold, White Gold or Platinum through your choice of stones, finishes and sizing.

Click here to tell us a little about yourself and let us guide you to the perfect ring.

184 (D32377)

Brooklyn

Sol 185

Madison

Sol 311

Paris

Sol 4040

Petra

Sol 4058

Sicily

Sol 52170

San Francisco

Sol 52176

Mayfair

Sol 52353

Helena

Sol 52378

Skye

Sol 52505

Vancouver

Sol 52517

Sahara

Sol 52739


Shoulder Set

Shoulder Set Diamond Rings are designed to accent your choice of centre stone to create a stunning and eye catching piece.


Capri

376

Portafina

2738

Kyoto

4038

Rome

4043

Oslo

4044

Milan

4049

New York

51955

Santis

52354

Athens

52362

Chicago

52525

Florence

53148

Zaria

53396


Cluster & Halo

A halo engagement ring has a main stone set with several small stones surrounding it in a circle, or a halo. Usually set with diamonds, but just as effective with other stones, the design is based around geometrical shapes first made popular in the 1920's.


Nassau

32566 A

Genoa

51953

Santorini

51954

Mustique

52056

Havana

52557

Venice

52737

Bali

D 32567 A

Monaco

D32565 A

Carmel

D36018

Sienna

D36029

Alexandria

D36063

Aspen

d43574


3 Stone

Three-stone diamond engagement rings, sometimes called trinity rings or trilogy rings, are rings with three matching diamonds set horizontally in a row with the bigger stone placed in the centre. The three diamonds on the ring are often said to represent a couple's past, present, and future


Pisa

932

Durban

52507

Verona

a24664

Natal

a30778

Lisbon

a34343

Palma

a34368

Modena

a34663

Delphi

a34704

Granada

a34828

Toulon

d34656

Seville

d35981

Grenoble

d35986

Madrid

d36023

Lyon

d36038

Trento

d40560

Atlas

r32698


5 Stone


Cordoba

505

Toulouse

105350

Messina

a32871

Cannes

a33468

Montreux

a34714

Orleans

A34723

Windsor

a36517

Corinth

D31888


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