For a 2 carat diamond round VVS1 D Color, the total diamond price would be 2 x $39,050 = $78,100. For a 2.5 carat diamond ring project you could for example select a 2.5 carat diamond round VVS1 F Color, the total diamond price would be 2.5 x $28,600 = $71,500 + ring’s cost.
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Pick your perfect diamond and make your own jewelry, from diamond rings to earrings . When you have found the perfect diamond, you will able to create your own 2 carat diamond ring. Picking loose diamonds is only part of the process when creating unique diamond rings. Once you have an idea of which diamond would be perfect for you, you will be able to select the type of jewelry you would like to create. Our in-house jewelers have many years of experience and are ready to craft any type of jewelry whether you are looking for a princess cut engagement ring, the retro-modern cushion cut engagement rings, yellow gold wedding rings or any other type of diamond jewelry. Using the latest cutting edge technology and delicate techniques for intricate diamond rings designs, our in-house jewelers will craft any type of wedding rings, engagement rings, earrings, diamond pendants, bracelets or other jewelry. Picking your own loose diamonds and ring design, is truly the height of a bespoke 2ct diamond ring. And with a wide variety of loose diamonds, ring settings, design choices, precious metal types, fancy color diamonds and diamond shapes, the possibilities with The Diamond Registry are limitless. Look also for a 3 carat diamond ring or a 4 carat diamond ring in your budget and choose what fits best to you needs.
More (trends) about 2 carat diamond rings
While a 2 carat diamond is only slightly larger than a 1 carat diamond this carat weight is the second most popular choice as center diamond for diamond rings. The reason is that the slightly larger appearance looks amazing while not getting in the way when you’re wearing the diamond ring daily.
Jewelry specialists share that besides diamond rings the 2 carat diamond weight is also very popular and the ideal size for earrings. What kind of diamond ring or earrings suit you is totally up to your taste but if you are not completely sure we have here some inspiration to help you define your ideal 2 carat diamond jewelry.
2 carat round diamond set in solitaire diamond ring setting with pave diamond band
Most popular 2 carat diamond ring setting
The most popular diamond ring for a 2 carat diamond is the solitaire ring. This classic diamond ring setting for engagement rings maintains its popularity as the viewer’s eye will be drawn to the center stone, the place you want the eye to go without getting distracted. Placing a 2 carat diamond in a solitaire setting, the natural diamond stands alone and is free from distraction showing its full beauty. The simplicity of the setting proves to be timeless as its one of the most popular choices.
So, if you are looking for a timeless ring that sends a message of power and simplicity, a solitaire engagement ring will certainly do.
TIP: the slimmer the band of your ring, no matter if its 14k white gold or 18k white gold, the slimmer the band the more the center stone stands out and appears larger.
The solitaire can be personalized without being too distracting from the center diamond by
- adding pave diamonds into the band or basket
- playing with jewelry metals, such as white gold with yellow gold together
- opting for one of the many fancy shape diamonds, even if its an oval shape the appearance is totally different
- choosing among the variety of different prong counts
Types of different prong counts
The timeless setting of the solitaire ring has maximum visibility due to the diamond’s prongs. The prong is the little metal pieces that hold the diamond in place. The prong is (usually) found on the corners of the diamond, as those places are the strongest points to hold the diamond. Prongs are also the holders to let the light pass through the diamond to maximize the natural shimmer of the center stone.
The four-cornered prongs are the standard setting and allow more light exposure. While the four prong setting is most standard you can have the four prong in a less standard way by having it placed diagonally. Normally for smaller carat stones like a 2 carat diamond, having more prongs is not recommended. Six or eight will make the diamond appear smaller.
The larger the diamond the more likely people go for a six prong setting to hold the diamond in a more secure way. However, the chance of you losing the diamond is very rare if the ring is set well. But since the four prong setting, new ways to hold the diamond in place have been designed such as the double prong.
Diamond prongs that are more than just a hold for your diamond
A 2 carat diamond solitaire diamond ring looks like a simple setting with which you can only play with metal, insertion of pave diamonds and prong count. However, nowadays you have a wide variety of prongs to choose from.
Diamond ring with trellis prong
Diamond ring with bezel setting
Diamond ring with bridge accents
Diamond solitaire with illusion prong
Diamond ring with decorative prongs
Want to personalize your own 2ct diamond ring?
When you have found the perfect diamond, you will be able to create your own 2 carat diamond ring. Whether you want to go for white gold solitaire with trellis six prongs or rather a yellow gold three stone setting, everything is possible. Our in-house jewelers can help you visualize your dream 2 carat engagement ring to bring it to life.
Feel free to ask for advice for ring design or the actual 2 carat loose diamond via our inquiry form.
*Look also for a 3 carat diamond ring or a 4 carat diamond ring in your budget and choose what fits best to your needs.
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