How To Rock Your Diamond Bespoke Bezel Ring

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One of the most stunning trends for the year 2017 is the bezel diamond design.

What is it, you may ask?

Well, it’s a type of setting that entirely surrounds a stone in high-quality metal.

This allows the diamond stone to be very secure, while looking sleek and simple.

What’s even more amazing is that more and more people are going for this type of design, may it be for their casual (everyday wear) jewellery or even as an engagement ring.

The only problem is, some can’t seem to find the perfect style for this particular setting.

The perfect solution?

Opt for a bespoke jewellery.

Here are ways on how to rock your bespoke bezel rings:

1. The casual look

Diamond bezel rings look highly sophisticated, yet informal enough for everyday use, particularly for stones with smaller carat weights.

Wearing it on the right hand pointer finger makes it even more casual, but still elegant.

This is perfect for casual cocktail parties, as well as for daily use at work to amp up your β€˜outfit of the day’.

2. The engagement ring

With its slender yet bold design, it’s definitely a perfect piece for an engagement ring, particularly at larger carat weights.

This particular style is ideal for people who are hard on their hands, as the diamond bezel setting is highly durable.

This basically means it won’t accidentally catch some things on your surroundings;

like a piece of thread from the shirt you’re wearing.

3. Multi-stacked design

Why not create your own version of the bezel look that’s been pretty popular on the web.

Stack different carat weights and diamond shapes for the ultimate bespoke jewellery look.

This specific style is very versatile and expensive-looking, so you can surely tailor it into any outfit.

Go for something different and opt for a diamond bespoke bezel ring!

Bio:

For more than ten years, Daniel Greenberg has been hand crafting DG Bespoke Jewellery and is known as a trained master diamond mounter and goldsmith.

As he was taught by one of the best jewelers in London (his father), Daniel makes certain that all his unique pieces are pure perfection.