Designer engagement rings dont get more iconic than the Cannelé. Pictured with a mesmerising 0.33ct diamond at it’s heart and surrounded by a halo of diamonds, galleried on the rise of a perfectly fluted precious metal setting, meticulously hand-set and complemented by a simple, sleek, gleaming band. Designed in France and touched by the romance of the place, these unusual and spectacular designer engagement rings perfectly blends tradition and modernity, creating a demure yet dazzling piece for all occasions. All images show 0.33ct version apart from the 1ct.
A strikingly clear, bright diamond centre – G colour, VS2 clarity and GIA certificate. Surround diamonds colour G, VS clarity. The table below shows the options of centre stone weights with corresponding total of surround stone weight. The beauty of our diamonds and quality of our metal and craftsmanship are part of what makes the Cannelés halo diamond ring designs so desirable.
STONE SIZE OPTIONS:
|CENTRE STONE WEIGHT (CT)||HALO STONES WEIGHT TOTAL (CT)|
CANNELE DESIGNER ENGAGEMENT RINGS OPTIONS:
Besides the different stone sizes the Cannelé designer engagement ring is available in a range of striking gemstones including blue sapphires, pink sapphires, rubies, emeralds and chocolate coloured diamonds as worn by Pippa Middleton before. Metals available are 18ct yellow, 18ct white, 18ct rose gold and platinum. It is available as a diamond three stone ring called Cannelé Trois and a cushion cut ring- the Cannelé Cushion. This is undoubtedly one of the best engagement rings by Andrew Geoghegan and it is also possible to modify if bespoke engagement rings are more your taste.
The Cannelé collection comes in a range of wonderful gemstones and precious metals. It is available as a range of rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, men’s wedding rings and cufflinks.
WHAT DOES THE WORD CANNELE MEAN:
The French word Cannelé means fluted and also the name of a small French pastry flavored with rum and vanilla. It is a speciality of the Bordeaux region of France.
Click Cannelé Meaning for wikipedia’s details and if you want to learn how to make them please go to the BBC’s good food for the Cannelé Recipe.