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Amhurst

A sleek and timeless platinum solitaire engagement ring featuring a 1.60ct round brilliant cut diamond.

Designs start from £12,350 (inc. VAT)

  • 1.60 carat round brilliant cut diamond, triple excellent cut, polish and symmetry
  • Diamond set with talon claws that are elegant and near invisible, yet provide total security
  • 4 prong traditional basket setting allows the diamond to sit closer to the ring band making it less prone to catching
  • 4 prong claw setting allows more light to access the diamond compared to the 6 prong alternative
  • Tapered ring band focuses attention on diamonds and adds elegance to design
  • Laser inscription and hallmark – allows traceability of gemstone and ring back to us

Explore our clients journeys

Every ring's story is unique yet they follow a similar journey and timeline. Visit our case studies page to see how a typical journey progresses and read a selection of client testimonials.

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The Hatton Garden based jewellers is open Monday to Friday 9:00am to 17:30pm available by appointment and is located just a short walk from Chancery Lane tube or Farringdon station.

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