The Floeting Diamond Solitaire Ring
Nothing compares to the elegance and purity of a brilliant cut diamond and the patented Floeting Diamond showcases that beauty in its entirety. No claws or clasps, no overarching metal, The Floeting Diamond setting puts nothing between the eye of the admirer and the diamond itself. It’s as if the diamond is floating delicately upon your finger. Finally, a diamond setting that creates a true floating diamond ring.
This particular ring features a 0.51ct patented Floeting Diamond of G color and VS2 clarity, which has been certified by American Gem Society Laboratories and achieves the Triple Zero Diamond cut grade, the highest and most coveted cut grade a diamond can receive. The ensures exceptional light performance and scintillation (sparkle). The diamond is secured in a scientifically tested setting made using a specialist titanium alloy and the rings band is crafted from platinum.
If you’re ready to celebrate the next chapter with your partner, this diamond setting creates pure timeless elegance in the first truly floating diamond Engagement Ring. Or if you're looking for a gift for a loved one or a special purchase for yourself, this is also perfect as a floating diamond right-hand ring.
This particular Floeting Diamond Solitaire Ring is currently in stock and can be ready to ship within 1-3 days. If you would like this style custom crafted to your specifications you can either order it online here or get in touch with our jewelry experts for any questions or special requests. Please see below for additional help and order information.
Product code: FRFL1:001:PT
"I stepped back from the traditional mindset of how to make jewelry and put all convention aside . I went back to basics.
I imagined a hand, naked except for a diamond floating upon it. The challenge then was how to connect the two, throw the conventional away and begin to dream of artful simplicity that forms a connection between the diamond and the hand. The Floeting Diamond was born.
I hope you love it as much as I do."
-Ian Douglas, Inventor of The Floeting Diamond