Hatton Garden in London is a commercial zone that is named after Christopher Hatton. It is famous as a jewellery quarter and a focal point of the diamond trade. It came up in the 19th century from the nearby ancient centre in Clerkenwell. Today there are 300 diamond businesses and around 55 shops that sell jewellery. One may find budget-friendly diamond jewellery and rings here simply due to multiple options by multiple retailers. You can find irresistible gorgeous wedding rings at unbelievable prices and here are five kinds that may interest you.
Twisted diamond ring
The twisted diamond ring is a simple and elegant design for the modern bride. The top part of the ring has two metal bands that are twisted together and some tiny diamonds are added. The brilliant cut diamonds make the ring a pretty piece for weddings. This will go well with an engagement ring too, one that has a large rock on it.
Micropave diamond ring
A micropave is a setting that has small diamonds set in the ring shank. This ring is comfortable and again can complement an engagement ring.
U-prong diamond ring
The u-prong setting is a variation of the four-prong setting in rings. The base of the prong looks like a U, deriving the name. The prongs hold diamonds in place. This ring can be within budget if we use small diamonds along the top which will create the desired sparkle and pizzaz.
Solitaire diamond ring
A solitaire diamond ring is a classic choice for a wedding ring. It can be elegant and depending on the stone and metal used, can come at a reasonable price. Solitaire has a single diamond and it is the centrepiece on a ring.
Simple diamond eternity band
Eternity bands or infinity rings have symbolic meanings. It shows a never-ending commitment and everlasting love. Designers use this basic setting and work on it further to create patterns and shapes that are unique.