These stones shine bright. On the outside, the brilliants are secured in the ring by a sharp edge. Between the stones are fine, open prongs which serve as a setting, leaving the diamond plenty of space and a generous amount of light.
This wedding ring was created using an old hand-crafting technique called “millegrain”. A “thousand grains” adorn the surface and accentuate the brilliants embedded in it. This creates the appearance that the precious stones are indeed floating in a bath of grains.
This design features two elements at once – the classically elegant metal band of a wedding ring and the glowingly joyful side of a decorative ring.