In each wedding ring can be a black diamond!
Have you seen the most beautiful wedding rings but there is no black diamond in them? For goldsmith Sylvester Andriessen this is no problem. He can put black diamonds in (almost) all wedding rings. You can also choose the shape of the black diamond yourself. This way the rings can be made completely according to your own taste and ideas. Black diamonds are often a lot cheaper than white diamonds. So you don’t have to leave it at that price.

Choose a setting that you like
A black diamond can be placed in a wedding ring in many different ways. What you have to take care of is that the diamond matches your ring. The proportions must be right. Usually we can put the setting you like in the ring of your choice. If you’re wondering what this looks like in real life, come to our shop. We can show you more than 50 different ways to put a black diamond in a wedding ring.

The cut determines how the light is reflected in the diamond. (Cut)
A rough diamond can look so much like an ordinary pebble that most people would just walk past it. Only craftsmen are able to bring out the brilliance of a rough diamond. While nature determines the color and clarity, the shape of the cut depends on the craftsman who splits the stone. A diamond loses on average about 50% of its original weight during the cutting process. The polisher is therefore faced with the task of applying the facets in such a way that the light is optimally reflected from one facet to the other.

The colour of a diamond can vary from colourless to light yellow. (color)
The more colourless the diamond, the more valuable it is. Diamonds with a natural, bright yellow, orange, green, blue, pink or even red colour are truly exceptional. These rare gems are called “fancy colour” diamonds. These precious gems are rare, but give your ring an exclusive look.

The clarity of a diamond indicates how pure the stone is. (clarity)
Each stone has inclusions (imperfections). Most inclusions only become visible under a magnifying glass. A diamond that has no inclusions with a ten times magnifying magnifying glass is called flawless. The fewer of these inclusions, the brighter and more precious the diamond is.

The weight of the diamond is expressed in carats. (carat)
One carat equals 0.2 grams. Often the weight is indicated in dots. One carat equals 100 dots.

A white gold wedding ring with diamond has a timeless appeal. A diamond is beautiful and remains so. This is because the material is very hard. This means there are no scratches on it. That way your diamond will continue to sparkle. In your white gold wedding ring with diamond you want the brilliance to be optimal. What should you pay attention to when you buy a wedding ring with diamond? Wedding ring specialist Sylvester Andriessen gives you his tips:

Choose the right cut of your diamond
There are different forms of diamond cutting. The most common is the brilliant cut. A brilliant cut diamond is a diamond that is round in shape and has 57 facets. Other well-known cuts are baguette, princess, rose or marquis. More information about this? Then read our article about the difference between a diamond and a brilliant.

A diamond can be put in your wedding ring in many different ways. What you have to take care of is that the diamond matches your ring. The proportions must be right. If you choose for brilliant, pay attention to the size of the stone. A brilliant has a dot at the bottom. It is so annoying when this dot stings in your finger!
Usually we can put the setting you like in the ring of your choice. In our shop we can show you more than 50 different ways to put a diamond in a wedding ring.

The determining factor in the colour of diamonds are the (chemical) elements, which are present. When we look at white diamonds – so the scale above – nitrogen plays the biggest role. Less Nitrogen means more pure Carbon, which in turn results in transparency. Conversely, more Nitrogen will provide the yellow and brown shades.

Fantasy coloured diamonds
Diamonds with fantasy colours are somewhat the opposite of “white” diamonds. First of all, they do not fall within the regular colour scale, but are judged on their vibrancy in terms of colour. One looks at the purity, saturation and depth of the diamond color.

What kind of colours are these? Many colours have already been discovered and there are pink to red and blue to green diamonds. Each colour also has its own gradations in vibrancy, making almost every conceivable colour possible.

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