Six claws are one of the less opted for setting styles, but perhaps that's because not everyone is lucky enough to own a 2 carat diamond. A large stone with a longer circumference - opens up more space for claws.
The six claws encasing this beautiful 2 carat round brilliant cut seem perfectly spaced and proportioned to the stone. They don't detract, as could be the case with a smaller stone.
Finished to talon points, they gracefully cradle the stone and twist into scattered diamond set shoulders.
We love everything about this design, it is a statement with a large central diamond but remains elegant and delicate with the slender shank and organic twist.
It is just lovely!
18ct yellow and diamonds are also a combo we love, we see the majority of our designs made in white metal - namely platinum, or platinum settings atop yellow shanks. But there is a pleasing quality to a fully gold mount in contrast to the white of the diamonds.
Scattered shoulder stones are also another interesting touch, something a little different from the usual straight rows of diamonds.
We hope you have enjoyed seeing another of our recent bespoke creations - if you have a design idea in mind, please do get in touch and we would love to help bring your idea to life.
If you like the idea of scattered shoulder stones and six claws but are unsure, you can experiment with different design options at the CAD stage. See how they look on screen - if not for you then you can return to the safety of straight rows and four claws!