Is there anything better than a diamond ring? Yes: two diamond rings.
We have proudly auctioned some of the most beautiful bridal sets out there. We couldn’t possibly choose our favorite one, so we came up with a list of the top 10 most unique ones.
This crown-looking bridal set ring is definitely noteworthy. The main ring features a GIA 1.90 ct round cut diamond, with J color and I1 clarity, according to GIA grading scale. The set also includes 38 round cut minor diamonds and 62 baguette diamonds. Yes, you did the math right, this bridal set features a total of 101 (!) stones. The highest bid for the queen of bridal sets was $5,328.
One of our favorite pieces auctioned during the summer, this stunning floral bridal set features a 1.71 ct round cut central stone, with J-K color and VS2-SI1 clarity, according to GIA grading scale. The cut is graded as very good and the main stone is surrounded by 26 minor diamonds. The sparkler was sold for $6,730 at auction!
This tricolor marvel stole the glances at auction. The diamond ring features a GIA 1.54 ct marquise cut stone and a minor batch of 30 round cut diamonds. The center stone was graded by GIA with D color, and SI1 clarity, and excellent cut. The custom made set is completed by yellow gold, rose gold and platinum rings, and it was sold for $6,475.
There’s no space left without diamonds in this bridal set. The center stone is a GIA 2.00 ct oval cut diamond, graded with J color and SI1 clarity. The main and secondary rings add up a total of 82 round cut minor diamonds. The final bid for this stunner? $6,883.
Sometimes beauty is all about perfect symmetry. And this bridal set prooves it. Featuring a GIA 1.01 ct princess cut center stone, this 14k gold ring was sold for $2,115. The main stone is graded as E color and SI2 clarity, and the set also includes a minor batch of 25 round cut diamonds.
Delicate and rare, this bridal set stands out for its stunning emerald cut diamond and the textured 14k gold setting. The GIA 1.06 ct emerald cut bridal set ring was auctioned for $2,047. The center stone has H color and VS2 clarity, according to GIA grading scale. The secondary ring features 23 round cut diamonds.
If we thought that a 101-diamonds ring was unbeatable, this bridal set is here to give battle. The ring features a GIA 1.40 ct cushion cut diamond, graded as H color and VVS2 clarity. And it’s surrounded by 108 (!) smaller round cut diamonds. The piece was auctioned for $4,375.
An old European cut diamond and a textured yellow gold setting make for a lovely vintage piece like this one. The central stone weighs 1.90 ct, and is graded with I color and SI2 clarity. The minor stone batch adds up a total of 18 round cut diamonds. The item was successfully auctioned for $5,238.
This gorgeous pear cut bridal set stole the spotlight at our auction platform some months ago. The center stone is a GIA 2.51 ct pear cut diamond, graded with J color and SI2 clarity, excellent cut. The minor stone batches at both rings add up a total of 34 round cut diamonds. Highest bid? $8,797!
Three different diamond shapes compose this outstanding bridal set. The center stone, a GIA 1.51 ct princess cut, color K and clarity SI2 diamond, is escorted by four baguette-shaped diamonds and a total of twelve minor round cut diamonds. The charmer was auctioned for $2,929.
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