Black & white diagonal stripe ring in platinum
This platinum ring has 120 black & white diamonds set evenly around to form a diagonal stripe pattern. pave set diamond platinum ring
David only uses diamonds of the finest colour, clarity and cut. They are without doubt more beautiful and durable. Learn more about diamonds on his blog
This style of ring can be made in various widths in yellow and rose gold, Platinum, or combinations to suit. In addition set with white or fancy colour diamonds, rubies and sapphires, with any combination.
We make the bands solid without drilling through for the settings. Firstly this makes them stronger, secondly prevents the build-up of lotions and soap which dulls the look of the stones and can cause skin irritation.
For a white metal, you want to wear every day, nothing beats Platinum. Naturally white, doesn’t need plating. Importantly inert so won’t tarnish. Furthermore, platinum age and work hardens and thus gets harder during life, holding more securely the stones set within it.
Gemstones are a lifetime passion. David & Nicola have both studied at the internationally recognised Gem-A. An extensive stock of beautiful diamonds, sapphires, rubies & emeralds is available for you to select from. Importantly we will gladly show you a selection, and discuss and explain the technical and aesthetic considerations. Without a doubt, the design and stones you choose will be beautiful and unique. Importantly an ongoing delight designed to suit your lifestyle.
The finest brilliant-cut diamonds ensure superior sparkle & scintillation.
Perfect to wear every day, undeniably comfortable, and importantly substantial enough to last a lifetime. Above all the choice is yours.
Price guide as shown with 120 diamonds set in 5mm Platinum band. pave set diamond platinum ring
His designs are elegantly modern, designed for life, and unmistakable David Ashton creations. Internationally recognised, his iconic ring stacks have been seen in Elle, Vogue, V&A, & the TATE to name a few
David trained as a scientific and medical instrument maker in Cambridge in his younger years, subsequently as an aircraft engineer. Importantly this provided him with a unique perspective on precision manufacturing which he then applied to jewellery making.