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Recco Fork Diamond Engagement Ring

FORKS ENGAGEMENT RING

The fork ring, the complete guide

Thin and luxurious, the fork ring is of unparalleled beauty and brilliance. Its double rows of diamonds surrounding a finely cut gemstone give it a fascinating sparkle. Mounted on a platinum, gold or silver ring, it fits perfectly as an engagement ring. With its thousand lights, the fork ring symbolizes a powerful and limitless love.

Discover the fork ring

The fork ring is characterized by its ring dividing into two parts as it approaches the diamond (or the central stone) thus forming a kind of fork. The ring can be simple, but generally it is set with precious stones, often small round cut diamonds. This gives the ring extra shine and doubles its shine. This is what makes this jewel so special. A fork ring therefore cannot go unnoticed and will shine elegantly on your finger.

Mounted on a ring rose gold., yellow ou White. as platinum or in silver, a fork ring set with a sublime diamond constitutes a magnificent engagement ring. Diamond can come in different shapes and sizes, thus meeting everyone's tastes. To get out of the usual way, there are also engagement rings with separate shoulders, the central stone of which is a precious or semi-precious stone (ruby, sapphire, emerald, Agate, citrine or amethyst).

The fork ring is available in more fanciful models. The ring can be curved or twisted, forming subtle designs in delicate and unique shapes.

The styles of the fork ring

The fork ring allows great freedom of styles and shapes. Thus, there are simple rings, whose ring is made of noble metal but set with no stone. This model is articulated in a sober and refined look approaching the solitaire ring. With a more modern style, it adapts as a piece of jewelry to wear every day.

There are also rings whose center stone is surrounded by a halo of small precious stones, diamonds, sapphir or others. The effect is more luxurious and gives the whole a very elegant chic note. Depending on the size of the central stone, different styles can be obtained: an emerald cut diamond will create a more modern look reminiscent of the Art Deco period, while with a round diamond we obtain a classic slightly vintage style. A diamond cut in cushion or as a princess allows you to have a more delicate, very glamorous and romantic jewel.

The arrangement of the two ring forks also varies. These can be brought together, almost glued, thus creating a cobblestone effect. Or, they can be more distant, allowing more light to pass, which will give an impression of graceful floating. The advantage of this second shape is that it allows the center stone to be raised, which will have the effect of making the gem appear larger than it really is, which is very practical for gemstones of small size. cut.

The different settings of a fork ring

The accompanying stones of a fork ring are usually small in size and inserted one after the other. The setting used therefore differs from that of a diamond or a center stone. Here is what you will find as set on a shoulder split ring.

The Castle setting

This technique makes it possible to multiply the luminosity and the brilliance of the diamond or the precious stone. The setting consists in inserting the stone in small reinforcements in order to fix it well in the ring. To solidify everything, each gem is held on top by 4 claws. One of the advantages of this setting is that it emphasizes the brilliance of the stone and thus multiplies its brilliance.

The bar setting

Quite modern, this technique uses noble metal bars (the same as that of the ring) between each stone in order to maintain them well. The effect obtained is very subtle and gives the illusion of an invisible setting. But the strong point of this technique is that the metal only touches the jewel on both sides, allowing more light to pass through. This provides extra shine and allows for unique ring designs.

The rail setting

Very elegant, the channel setting consists of a channel hollowed out in the ring and in which the precious stones are inserted. In addition to being very pretty, this setting offers great security since the jewels are deeply encrusted.

The grain setting

Also used for the accompanying stones on fork rings, this setting resembles the castle setting with the difference that instead of the prongs, the jewels are held by tiny metal balls. The only downside is that the light is dimmed which darkens the shine of the gemstones.

The pavé setting

The pavé setting resembles the grain setting. However, instead of having a single row of diamonds (or other stones), you get two parallel rows of gemstones. In this way, the shine of the jewels is multiplied for a more sublime result.

The embedded setting

Rarely used for fork rings, this technique has its own charm. In a very modern and quite fanciful style, this setting consists of directly setting the precious stone inside the ring, thereby guaranteeing maximum security.

Which stone to choose for your fork ring?

If you guide remains the stone par excellence for an engagement ring, the possibilities of ornamental stones are endless. the sapphir comes in first position to adorn a fork ring. With a discreet but very graceful glow, it exudes an aura of calm and soothing beauty. A halo of diamonds will only enhance this stone of delicate and bewitching brilliance.

The ruby, powerful and sparkling with a thousand lights, is suitable for an engagement ring as well as for a ring of another style. Set on a piece of jewelry, it will add a touch of color and romantic elegance to your look of the day.

And if you are looking for chic but quite discreet rings, semi-precious stones are definitely recommended. With a soft but charming shine, they shine with a colorful fire and will give a poetic note to your whole personality.

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