Basis for Variation
- Split count: There can be one split or more on the ring. Multiple split shanks drive up the overall weight and shine.
- Split width: A narrow split is the most common. It breaks off the flow closer to the ring’s center. If you want a change form that, a wider split can be opted for.
- Shank width: It is possible to go in for either wide or narrow shank split. What is important is making sure that the split stays proportional, because otherwise, it would not sit right on the wearer’s finger.
- Split depth: You have the option to customize the depth of the split. The wider the split is, the wider the row of diamonds around the circumference can be.