Our designer has modernized the classic 3-stone ring by combining different fancy shape diamonds. A large oval is flanked by two pear shapes set on a D-shaped band. In 1957, a Russian diamond cutter named Lazare Kaplan improved the sparkle of these fancy shapes by perfecting the cutting process. Since then, oval- and pear-shaped diamonds have increased in popularity and are used here to produce a spectacular triptych. If you are one for tradition but appreciate innovation, this ring will speak to you. Especially if you find meaning in the trilogy concept.
For any variation in design or finger size, please send an enquiry. This ring design is made to order. Our consultants will assist you with quotations, information and designs.