Rubover setting is the simplest, most subtle way to set a stone in a ring. It allows Richard to play around with the design in lots of interesting ways and not worry too much about how the stones are going to fit in. As the stone doesn’t protrude from the ring the style lends itself very well to wedding rings. We’ve made quite a few rings with gems set on the inside, often birthstones or a nod to the engagement ring, which works much like an engraving. The two little green diamonds are for ‘two peas in a pod’.

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