A diamond trilogy is often chosen because of the meaning behind it. There are 3 diamonds in a trilogy ring to represent the past, the present and the future. Often the central diamond is larger than the side diamonds to create a sense of graduation for better aesthetics as the difference in sizes leads your eyes into the biggest diamond. Other representations of the trilogy ring can represent a more religious stance in the father, the sone and the holy spirit. A trilogy ring can also represent the wedding vows to love, to honour and to cherish.
This particular trilogy ring is very tactile form all view points as the band around the finger has softened edges and the settings holding the diamonds have a scalloped detailing too. A modern trilogy ring framing the diamonds in a minimalist way. The ring from a side profile.
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