What Is A Diamond Cluster Engagement Ring?
If you’re familiar with the term ‘cluster ring’ you’ll know that it specifically details that there is more than one gemstone featured on the ring. Typically, the design will incorporate a larger, more prominent gemstone which will be surrounded by clusters of smaller gemstones.
This style can look great with a range of different gold colours, including yellow, white and rose gold. Different coloured gemstones can also help you dictate between a bright and bold look or something slightly more subtle, with the plethora of diamonds making for a classy but understated look.
Does A Cluster Engagement Ring Have To Feature Diamonds?
The beauty of cluster rings is that they aren't constrained by any set type of gemstone and can instead be an amalgamation of various different types. This means that a cluster ring which features a ruby surrounded by clusters of smaller diamonds could still fall into the category of diamond cluster rings.
Using different gemstones for diamond cluster engagement rings ensures that there are multiple different styles which cater to different preferences. If you like to break tradition and step away from the norm, then a diamond cluster ring with a unique and brightly coloured gemstone is a perfect choice.