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Your Athena or Avalon Puzzle Ring Style and Weave

Your Athena or Avalon Puzzle Ring Style and Weave

As mentioned on some of our other pages, the four band, medium weight puzzle ring shown most frequently on our site holds a diamond or gemstone of up to 0.72CT. The very same puzzle ring in a slightly heavier weight holds a larger stone. This four band puzzle ring that you see most frequently on our site is the same, whether it is called a Guinevere, Marquise, Avalon, Athena, or Avon. These rings vary by the setting that holds the stone, and each ring style is named for that setting. Please note that other jewelers will refer to the entire ring as the setting. We refer to the puzzle ring as the ring and to the head that holds the stone as the setting. This page will introduce you to the Athena and Avalon puzzle ring styles. 

For both the Athena and the Avalon puzzle rings, you may choose from a tight or an open weave. We don’t tend to offer a standard weave in these rings, as it doesn’t lend itself well to these styles.

Athena Puzzle Ring

The Athena puzzle ring is characterized by a round stone held in a six-prong, crown setting. We like six prongs rather than four, because six prongs holds a stone much more securely than a four prong setting does. Most local jewelers will tell you, “Stop by twice a year for us to check your stone setting,” and they will tighten it up, if it is loose. We can’t do that. You may live anywhere in the world, so you can’t just stop by. Therefore, we must use stronger and more secure settings that will hold your stone securely. So far, we have not had a single customer report a lost stone or a bent prong on an Athena puzzle ring.

Athena Puzzle Ring with Tight Weave

I don’t think we’ve ever made an Athena with anything other than a tight weave, so I can only show images of the tight weave. But if you wish to get an idea of what this ring might look like with an open weave, please refer to the open weave Avalon images below on this page. If you look at the overall shape of the puzzle rings with open weaves below, you’ll get a good idea of what an open weave Athena would look like. 

Athena four piece puzzle ring with round diamond and four colors 14k gold

Four band puzzle ring with round diamond and four
colors of 14K gold

You can see how high off the ring the setting holds the center stone.

The height of the stone, including the bands of the puzzle ring may vary from approximately 8.2mm to 9.2mm, depending upon the carat weight of the stone and the weight of the puzzle ring. 

You can see how high off the ring the setting holds the center stone. The height of the stone, including the bands of the puzzle ring may vary from approximately 8.2mm to 9.2mm, depending upon the carat weight of the stone and the weight of the puzzle ring. 

With a half-carat stone on a medium weight puzzle ring, the total height will be approximately 8.4mm.

 

4 piece puzzle ring with half carat round diamond and two round side sapphires in four colors 14k gold

Four band puzzle ring in four colors 14k gold features
a round brilliant one half carat diamond and side sapphires.

Avalon Puzzle Ring with Tight Weave
The Avalon puzzle ring is a four prong setting that is nonetheless very, very secure. This is because the prongs are very substantial and therefore very strong. Our customers have so far never had a lost stone or a bent prong on an Avalon ring. 

The Avalon here is shown with a tight weave. The diamond size, for reference, is 6/10ths carat, or 0.60CT. 

four band puzzle ring with princess diamond in palladium

4 piece puzzle ring with princess-cut diamond in medium-low setting and palladium. This ring is shown with a tight weave.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Avalon Puzzle Ring with Open Weave
The Avalon looks especially pretty to me with a round stone, as you get this sort of lotus flower look when you look straight down on it, as pictured here. Granted you don’t often look straight down on it! But it’s nice to know it’s there. This diamond, for reference, is a one-half carat.

The open weave gives much more width to the ring at top center.

4 piece puzzle ring with round brilliant diamond and open weave

Four band Avalon puzzle ring with round brilliant diamond and open weave.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice below that the setting is always 14K white gold, even when the ring is four colors of 14K gold, as shown here. This is because we don’t want the color of the setting to affect the color of the diamond or gemstone. Palladium rings have palladium settings; platinum rings have platinum settings. You can request a quote for a platinum setting on any ring.

We can create the Avalon with any round or princess-cut stone you wish: diamond, moissanite (lab-created diamond), or a genuine or lab-created colored gemstone. 

Note this stone is set in the kite orientation, where the corners of the princess-cut stone are oriented to the N-S-E-W directions.

4 piece puzzle ring with princess cut lab created emerald and four colors of 14k gold

Four band puzzle ring with princess lab created emerald
and four colors of 14k gold.

Avalon Four Band Puzzle Ring with Square Orientation
No matter what stone you wish to have, when you choose a princess-cut or square stone, we can orient it in the kite orientation shown above or in the square, parallel-perpendicular orientation shown below. Shown is a blue diamond in a 1/2CT weight.

Four piece puzzle ring with princess-cut blue diamond

A side view shows that the Avalon setting is a medium-high.
The height of the ring plus stone setting on this one-half carat,
blue diamond ring is 5.4mm. 

Avalon four band puzzle ring with half-carat blue diamond

Half-carat blue diamond, four band puzzle ring, side view.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5mm Princess Cut Avalon Puzzle Ring with Kite Orientation
Here we show a 5mm, princess-cut, Swiss blue topaz on a just-over-medium-weight puzzle ring with an open weave. This stone is about 0.80CT, so it has to be held on a slightly heavier puzzle ring.

Avalon puzzle ring with 5mm Swiss blue topaz and open weave

Blue topaz, four band puzzle ring with open weave in just over medium-weight.

Engagement Puzzle Ring Precious Metals

Engagement Puzzle Ring Precious Metals
You may choose from an array of precious metals for your engagement puzzle ring and bridal set. You may have one metal or more, depending upon your taste. The metals you may choose from are 14K yellow, white, or rose gold; four colors of 14K gold (white, rose, yellow, green); palladium, or platinum. We are unable to make our engagement puzzle rings in sterling silver, because silver is not strong enough to bear a faceted stone and stone setting; plus most of the cost is in the stone and the labor, so you might as well get a metal that will last for decades not just a few years. 

You may have combinations of metals if you wish: platinum or palladium with 14K rose gold are popular choices. 14K rose gold with 14K white gold is also popular. 14K rose gold with 14K yellow gold provides intense color. 

This page, however, is primarily dedicated to helping you make your decision if you want a white metal or a white metal in combination with a colored metal.

This is counterintuitive, but the white precious metal you get your puzzle engagement ring in NOW will depend upon the type of wedding band you ultimately wish to place with the ring LATER.

Okay, I know, you’re not even engaged yet, so how do you know what kind of wedding band the two of you will ultimately want? Relax, this isn’t about choosing a specific style, it’s about choosing a kind of band.

Even though it may be a tad early in your decision making process, this is important enough that I need you to give this some thought!

Here are different types of wedding bands and the metal choices you have for the puzzle ring, so the two rings will match in color.

Further down on this page, you can read about WHY we don’t recommend 14K white gold for all puzzle ring bridal sets or what we recommend if you must have 14K white gold.

Here’s a basic list of our recommendations for your puzzle ring white metal, depending upon the type of wedding band you wish to acquire to go with the puzzle ring:

Celtic wedding band in any style: Palladium or platinum.

Marquise diamond four band puzzle ring with Celtic claddagh band

Marquise diamond puzzle ring with Irish Celtic claddagh band.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traditional or contemporary posy rings in any style: 14K white gold or platinum.

Marquise diamond puzzle ring with yovrs onli posy ring in white gold

A marquise diamond, four band puzzle ring with a 0.72CT size is paired with a traditional ‘yovrs onli’ posy ring, all in 14K white gold.

Marquise sapphire puzzle ring with Latin I am my Beloved's Poesy Ring

Celtic-inspired Marquise Sapphire Puzzle Ring with a contemporary Latin “I am my Beloved’s and my Beloved is mine” posy ring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Custom posy rings in any style: Palladium or platinum.

Guinevere puzzle ring with custom "amor vincit omnia" shadow band

Four band puzzle ring with princess cut diamond and “love conquers all” custom shadow band

 

 

 

 

 

 

Single or dual shadow bands with or without embellishments such as knotwork, diamonds, etc.: Palladium or platinum.

Four piece puzzle ring bridal set with one carat marquise garnet and wedding ring with garnets and diamonds

Four band puzzle ring with one carat garnet and shadow wedding band with garnets and diamonds

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plain wedding band whether domed or flat: Palladium or platinum.
Any style of wedding band from another jeweler: Palladium or platinum.

Why? Why not 14K white gold for most of these bridal sets?

Let’s start at the beginning. Gold is, well, gold – meaning gold is yellow! White gold is made from 24K yellow gold to which alloy metals are added to make it stronger and to change the color to white. 

Therefore, all 14K and 18K white gold is made from yellow gold, and, truthfully, when the alloying is done, and the metal is made, it’s not pure white. It has a tinge of yellow, what I call a “creamish cast” to the color. It can be really, really pretty. It can make for a softer color of white. But from gold manufacturer to manufacturer, the color can vary. This is because 14K gold is 58.5% gold and 41.5% other metals. 18K gold is 75% gold and 25% other metals. Each gold manufacturer has their own formula for their metal alloys, so gold maker A can turn out white gold with a creamish cast. Gold maker B can turn out white gold with a slightly different cast – maybe a slightly different yellow or even a pinkish cast. So two white gold rings from two different gold makers may not match in color.

The modern jewelry industry, in all its wisdom, has decreed that all white gold jewelry pieces will therefore be plated with a white, platinum-family metal called rhodium. So when you go into a regular jewelry store, and you see all the bright white gold rings lined up, every single one of them has been rhodium plated.

This makes for bright white gold, but it also means that it wears off. How quickly depends upon your wear patterns – that is, how hard you are on your jewelry. Most local jewelers have a bread and butter business replating white gold rings from one to three times per year.

The problem for us and our clients is that our 14K white gold puzzle rings are not rhodium-plated. This is for a few reasons. First of all, plating will wear off a ring more quickly when a ring is composed of several bands that will be taken apart and put back together, perhaps occasionally, perhaps frequently. Secondly, we fancy ourselves to be makers of Renaissance style or Renaissance reproduction rings. Historic rings were yellow gold. Even the making of white gold is more modern, but we fancy that at least historic rings were not plated. 

This means that our 14K white gold puzzle rings, which are not rhodium plated, don’t match bright white, rhodium-plated wedding bands in color. It just so happens that makers of traditional and contemporary posy rings also do not rhodium plate their rings (many are licensed reproductions of historic rings), and it also so happens that the color of the white gold of the posy rings looks great with our 14K white gold puzzle rings which also have a slightly creamy cast to them. 

We have ordered an Irish Celtic wedding ring in 14K white gold without rhodium plating for a customer, but the white gold had a bit of a pinkish cast, so it didn’t really match the puzzle ring. Our client opted to have both rings plated in rhodium.

Yes, you can have your 14K white gold puzzle ring rhodium-plated if you wish, by your local jeweler. We have other customers who have done so, and it’s really okay to do this if you want to. Then your ring will need to be occasionally replated. This is an option if you really want 14K white gold and a shadow band or a Celtic wedding ring.

Otherwise, we normally suggest going with palladium (a white, platinum-family metal) or platinum for your Celtic bridal set or your shadow band bridal set. These rings will all match in color. 

What About Multiple Colors in Your Bridal Set?

If you want multiple colors in the engagement puzzle ring, and you want a wedding band, we normally suggest that you have the wedding band match the outer colors of the engagement puzzle ring. Notice that in the puzzle ring below, there are two types of bands: The X in the front of the ring is composed of 14K rose gold. The minor bands, which form the front center loops of the puzzle ring and which also form the edges of the shank of the puzzle ring are white. They are palladium in this case. We made the shadow band palladium, so that it matese with the palladium forming the edges of the shank of the puzzle ring. This way there is a consistent, rather than a choppy, look to the set. 

Marquise diamond puzzle ring with 1.7mm shadow band

A four band marquise diamond puzzle engagement ring
with a 1.7mm wide custom shadow wedding ring in 14K
rose gold and palladium.

Whatever you want, please talk to us. We can make your rings exactly as you wish them. We are happy to make recommendations to help you realize just the bridal set you envision. 

 

 

Engagement Puzzle Rings in Tsavorite Garnet

Engagement Puzzle Rings in Tsavorite Garnet
We absolutely love puzzle rings with Tsavorite garnet. This is a naturally occurring green stone found only in Tanzania and Kenya. Though we are happy to make an emerald puzzle ring for anyone who wants it, we find that four of five clients who approach us for an emerald puzzle ring ultimately opt to go with Tsavorite garnet. Why? Tsavorite garnet is a care-free stone that is a beautiful bright green with high clarity. Emerald is very rarely a bright green, and it is rare to find an emerald with high clarity. It can be done, don’t get me wrong. But a high clarity emerald is generally very much more costly than a typical emerald, and, no matter what, an emerald is a brittle stone. It breaks very easily, and if you have it in a setting that holds it up off the puzzle ring, then it is easy to bang it on something and break it. You also must take care to not make emerald hot. No washing dishes, bathing, showering, etc. with your emerald puzzle ring. Furthermore, emerald must be oiled annually to keep it “healthy.” 

Not so with Tsavorite garnet. You can make it hot. It is not brittle, so it would take a lot to break it. And you don’t have to oil it. So we love this stone, and we have a fabulous supplier of very high grade Tsavorite garnet, so we can easily source this stone in round, marquise, and princess cut. We may even be able to source it in cushion cut. The size range is excellent, so no matter how big you want your stone, we can accommodate your desire. 

This ring is shown with a 1/2CT Tsavorite garnet. It’s on a four band, medium-weight puzzle ring with an open weave, and it’s paired with a shadow band made from an original hand-carved wax, made to go precisely with the very puzzle ring shown.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With a 1CT Tsavorite garnet, as shown below, on a 14K gold puzzle ring with a standard weave, the puzzle must be a bit heavier. This ring is shown in a medium heavy weight, in order to be strong enough to bear a stone of this weight. This particular Tsavorite garnet fairly glows!

one carat tsavorite garnet puzzle ring in 14K yellow gold

A one carat tsavorite garnet on a medium heavy weight 14K yellow gold puzzle ring with 14K white gold setting

 

 

The same ring shown on the finger. It’s graceful and beautiful from every angle. 

One carat 4 piece puzzle ring in medium-heavy 14k yellow gold and 1ct marquise tsavorite green garnet

Handcrafted four band puzzle ring with 1CT marquise green garnet in 14k yellow gold with 14k white gold setting shown on hand. Note the puzzle ring is made in a medium heavy weight necessary to hold the 1CT stone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The ring below was the very first Tsavorite garnet puzzle ring we made. It’s in platinum. What impressed me the most, when I first saw this stone was the depth and variation of color in it. It had yellow green, it had blue green, it was really more vibrant than the photograph shows. It is notoriously difficult to photograph gemstones and diamonds! The Tsavorite garnets we get these days are not quite as dark as this one looks, more like the one set in the yellow gold puzzle ring shown above.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And here is one in a princess-cut in an Avalon setting. 

 

One-Carat Marquise Diamond Engagement Puzzle Ring with Custom Fit Wedding Band

One-Carat Marquise Diamond Engagement Puzzle Ring with Custom Fit Wedding Band

A heavy weight engagement puzzle ring with an open weave bears a one-carat marquise diamond. The wedding band is a 4mm, domed, comfort fit ring that is shaped to reflect the shape of the puzzle ring without being a shadow band that follows every ‘nook and cranny’ of the puzzle ring.  It is one of our more ‘flashy’ bridal sets, and the customers we have made this for report they get a lot of attention for their engagement puzzle ring bridal set. 

One carat marquise diamond bridal set in heavy weight 14K yellow gold

One-carat marquise diamond on a heavy weight four band puzzle ring and paired with a 4mm wedding band shaped to fit with the puzzle ring.

Marquise Diamond Puzzle Ring with 0.72CT Sparkling Diamond

Marquise Diamond Puzzle Ring with 0.72CT Sparkling Diamond

A Celtic knot-inspired engagement puzzle ring with a 3/4CT range marquise diamond makes an impressive statement. What a completely unique engagement ring. You will get so many compliments, as your friends and loved ones have never seen such a ring. Our brilliant puzzle ring maker has been hand-crafting engagement puzzle rings since 1972, and his work becomes more beautiful year by year. His work is in tremendous demand, and we are so blessed to be able to offer his work exclusively on our site. 

 

This is the largest size of diamond that the medium-weight puzzle ring, shown, can bear. On the other hand, it can hold a stone as small as a one-third carat. For a larger stone, we make the puzzle ring a little heavier, and for a very large stone (1.5CT and up), we will make it substantially heavier for you. 

This engagement puzzle ring is shown with a standard weave. You may order this ring by clicking on the image to the left.  Then choose your diamond size.

 

 

Tanzanite Engagement Puzzle Ring with Custom Spanish Posy Ring Shadow Band

Tanzanite Engagement Puzzle Ring with Custom Spanish Posy Ring Shadow Band

Here is the very first shadow band that we ever made – we still think it is amazing. Our client wanted a wedding ring that would fit to the side of the puzzle ring. He wanted it to be suggestive of a claddagh band but without being an actual claddagh design. An Irish claddagh design includes hands, heart, and a crown meaning ‘may love and friendship reign.’ For this ring, we went with the hands and the heart.  We still love the stylized hands with graceful wrists and cuffs. 

The shank of the shadow band was to be very special. We hand-engraved lettering on the shank: ‘no tengo mas que darte,” Spanish for, ‘I do not wish to love any other than you.’

Four band, Guinevere engagement puzzle ring with a Spanish posy ring

A princess cut tanzanite is a bright spot on this four band, Guinevere engagement puzzle ring with a Spanish posy ring with the words, ‘no tengo mas que darte.’   

 

For this bridal set or for a set that we customize just for you . . . your choice of gemstone, your choice of words, your choice of precious metal (this is palladium) . . . please contact us directly at 1-866-573-7381 or from outside the U.S., call 1-505-898-1107.

Or email us!

 

 

Marquise Diamond Puzzle Ring with 2mm Shadow Band in 14K Yellow Gold

Marquise Diamond Puzzle Ring with 2mm Shadow Band in 14K Yellow Gold

This hand-woven engagement puzzle ring is a truly unique piece, because the 1/2CT diamond is so long that it looks more like a 3/4CT diamond. In a marquise diamond, length and width is everything. Yes, the 2:1 length to width ratio that is considered to be ‘ideal’ is lovely. But when we find a diamond such as this one that is extra long, we jump at the chance to get it, as it will give the impression of a much larger diamond at a lower cost. There are three dimensions for a marquise diamond: length, width, and depth. An extra long marquise diamond may be a bit shallower than the next diamond. We find the length to be such an important characteristic that it can outweigh other diamond characteristics. 

Marquise diamond engagement puzzle ring with 2mm shadow band

Marquise diamond engagement puzzle ring with 2mm shadow wedding ring

 

For example, we normally select diamonds with only D-E-F color (top of range). But if we can find a diamond shaped like this one, we will even accept a color of G or H, with our client’s permission, of course. 

This engagement puzzle ring has four bands and an open weave – see how much air is seen between the front loops of the ring? An open puzzle ring weave like this is generally paired with a shadow band that follows each nook and cranny of the edge of the puzzle ring.

Both rings are entirely hand-made. Although we cannot promise we will find a half-carat diamond again with these dimensions, we will be happy to make you a set like this with a glorious, sparkling diamond that you will have the opportunity to approve before we set it in your bridal set. 

Marquise Royale Diamond Engagement Puzzle Ring with Celtic Knotwork Shadow Band

Marquise Diamond Engagement Puzzle Ring with Celtic Knotwork Shadow Band

A rich 14K rose gold and platinum bridal set features a 0.71CT marquise diamond puzzle ring paired with an original Celtic knotwork shadow wedding ring.  We sent this set to the Northwest coast of Australia. 

The puzzle ring is entirely hand-woven, meaning that each loop and curve of the puzzle ring is formed by hand by our expert puzzle ring maker. The shadow band is cast from a one-off, original hand-carved wax that is custom fit to the shape of the puzzle ring.

You may choose any diamond size from 1/3CT up to 0.72CT. For a larger diamond, we will make the puzzle ring just a little heavier, and it will still pair well with this shadow band. For a smaller diamond, we will scale the shadow band down in width/weight a little bit to go perfectly with your puzzle ring. 

Marquise diamond and emerald engagement puzzle ring with Celtic shadow band

Marquise diamond and emerald engagement puzzle ring paired with a Celtic knotwork shadow band custom fit to the puzzle ring. The set is made of 14K rose gold and platinum.

 

Please contact us directly at 1-866-573-7381 to order this set – or ask us to customize a set for you. Side sapphires or rubies? You got it. Center emerald or other colored gemstone – you bet! This engagement puzzle ring with a different shadow band – of course.

We live to create engagement puzzle rings and bridal sets for our customers – so you have exactly what you dream of. 

 

 

 

 

 

Celtic Knotwork-Inspired, Marquise Aquamarine Engagement Puzzle Ring and Bridal Set

Celtic Knotwork-Inspired, Marquise Aquamarine Engagement Puzzle Ring and Bridal Set

This ring is an exquisitely beautiful, hand-woven, Celtic knotwork-inspired, engagement puzzle ring shown with a one-half carat marquise aquamarine. 

Marquise aquamarine engagement puzzle ring in palladium or platinum

Marquise aquamarine engagement puzzle ring shown in palladium. This puzzle ring is also available in platinum, 14K white, yellow, or rose gold, four colors of 14K gold (yellow, white, rose, green) or any combination of these precious metals.

We love this image of the puzzle ring, because the aquamarine appears very sparkly. 

Jewelry with gemstones is notoriously difficult to photograph. Sometimes the lighting is just right to make a photo pop like this one does. But it also depends, of course, on the characteristics of the stone. 

Aquamarine, like many colored gemstones, may vary in quality and visual characteristics depending upon the mine from which it comes – so availability changes over time. 

Of the three photos (the one to the left; the one that it links to; and the one below), the one below of the bridal set is probably the most true representation of aquamarine gemstones currently available.  

However, you need to bear in mind that depending on how your monitor is calibrated, you may not be seeing the truest color. 

We think aquamarine is simply sublime, reminding us of a tropical ocean and a gentle sea breeze.

Enjoy it in an engagement puzzle ring and impress your friends and loved ones with your assembly skill. We offer video puzzle ring instructions on our site, and it’s easy to learn.

If you wish to order this puzzle ring, it’s shown in our store under this link. Or click on the image to the left.

 

 

 

 

0.70CT Aquamarine Engagement Puzzle Ring with Five-Diamond Shadow Band

The aquamarine at left is the truest representation of aquamarines available today. AAA grade (best) aquamarine is very clear and transparent. The only higher quality is found in a certified gemstone, and those tend to be larger, usually 1CT and higher. This is because certifying gemstones is expensive, and only the larger stones are certified. If you would like us to source a certified gemstone for your ring, please contact us directly. There are usually few certified aquamarines available, but we can search for you.

The aquamarine at left is 0.70CT. We cannot always get this size, but if you wish to order this puzzle ring bridal set, we’ll scale the diamond ring so it’s perfectly proportioned for the aquamarine on your engagement puzzle ring.

 

 

Our puzzle rings and bridal sets are individually handmade to your order. The puzzle ring is hand-woven, which means that every loop and curve of the puzzle ring is formed by hand. Then the diamond shadow band is created from an individually hand-carved wax which is custom made to fit to the curves of the puzzle ring. Once cast, the diamonds are set, and the shadow band is meticulously finished by hand to ensure that it fits perfectly with your puzzle ring.

Marquise Diamond Engagement Puzzle Ring with Posy Ring Bridal Sets

Our customers love to pair our engagement puzzle rings with posy rings for a unique bridal set exclusive to Crystal Realm. Different companies offer puzzle rings. Other companies offer posy rings. But only Crystal Realm offers bridal sets with puzzle rings and posy rings together.  What makes our bridal sets so unique? First, our puzzle rings are not just any puzzle rings. Each one is custom hand-woven for the very stone shape and size that you select. We use round, marquise, and princess-cut stones to make our styles of puzzle rings. This means you may have any diamond or colored gemstone in a size from 0.33CT or larger on the puzzle ring of your choice. Then our handmade posy rings are matched to the puzzle ring for a bridal set you will find nowhere else.

On this page, we show medium-weight, marquise diamond puzzle rings paired with a very special posy ring. 

One of our most beloved posy rings is the Renaissance reproduction ring: yovrs onli, in 16th C. period English spelling. This posy ring is a reproduction of an original now found in the British Museum. On the outside of this posy ring is a stunning Celtic design that looks gorgeous in every color of gold.

Marquise diamond, four piece puzzle ring with a yovrs onli posy ring in yellow gold

Marquise diamond, four band puzzle ring with a ‘yovrs onli’ English Renaissance reproduction posy ring. The diamond size is 0.46CT, and this ring can hold up to a 0.72CT diamond, as shown below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marquise diamond puzzle ring with yovrs onli posy ring in white gold

A 0.72CT, marquise diamond, four band puzzle ring is paired with a yovrs onli posy ring, all in 14K white gold. You may order this set with a diamond size starting at 1/3CT. For a diamond larger than 0.72CT, we will make the puzzle ring just a little heavier, and it will still look beautiful with this posy ring.

All of our posy rings are available with or without antiquing. The antiquing is the slight darkening of the letters or the design elements of a posy ring. Both of the posy rings shown on this page are antiqued. The puzzle rings shown on this page were woven with a standard weave.

See marquise puzzle ring weave choices.

To order either bridal set shown on this page, please call 1-866-573-7381 or contact us by email.