Why we love cluster rings
Cluster rings come in many shapes and forms. A classic cluster rings is a round or oval diamond or coloured gemstone in the center, surrounded with a “halo” of round diamonds, or small pearls.
Cluster rings have been made and worn since halfway the 18th century and are still popular today. Cluster rings are available from all our favourite eras: Georgian rings (with heavy prongs and blackened silver), Victorian rings (a bit more delicate, smaller prongs, diamonds arranged in a ‘daisy’ shape), Edwardian rings (more streamlined, still delicate) and Art Deco rings (embracing geometrical shapes and super clean lines).
Of course, we also have many vintage rings with a large oval coloured gem in the centre and smaller diamonds all around it. And, different shapes of diamonds in the “halo”!
Cluster rings make great engagement rings, you can pick the colour and shape to fit the character of the bride-to-be and they are so timeless that wearing them a lifetime is no problem.
Come in and try some of our cluster rings, whether all with diamonds or coloured gemstones or seedpearls, we have cluster rings with diamonds and with coloured gemstones like ruby, sapphire, emerald, amethyst, citrine, tourmaline, and even prasiolite and... yellow diamond!