Diamond Shape

Our passionate team of gem experts procures our extensive inventory of diamonds through a local and global network of stone partners who align with our focus on ethical sourcing and practices.

Our criteria and strict quality parameters ensure every diamond in our inventory is selected for its superior beauty and excellence. When choosing the perfect diamond for you, it is important to consider a combination of the 4C’s (carat, colour, clarity, cut). Learn more about our diamonds here.

Signature Design

Select your preferred setting style from our signature solitaire and three stone designs (Excluding Oval Trio & Elara).

The Classic and Ceremonial solitaire appear very similar to above however they have slight differences in their design.

Our Classic Solitaire features a sweeping cathedral band that tapers as it meets the rail which gives the band a finer look. The Ceremonial Solitaire is slightly more refined in nature, showcasing your diamond of choice in a minimal basket setting.

Classic vs Ceremonial

Our Shimmer Halo is a  romantic design, the centre stone is framed by a halo of diamonds for an unrivalled display of brilliance. 

Shimmer Halo

Our three stone designs are timeless, and representative of the past, present and future. The Amira is a modern take on a traditional three-stone design featuring pear accent diamonds. The Cosmic Trio features round accent stones and a cathedral band. 

Amira vs Cosmic


Our designs can be crafted in 14K or 18K yellow gold, rose gold, white gold, or platinum.

Band Profile

We create our engagement rings with 3 band profiles. Half Round, Square Edge and Knife Edge.

The half-round profile is our most popular style which gives the appearance of a traditional round band, whilst offering a comfort fit for wearing and stacking. 

The square-edge profile is as the name suggests a squared band. This provides a clean modern look. 

The knife-edge profile features a subtle 'knife' top and has flat sides (like our half-round band) to accommodate stacking. The knife-edge band profile is only available in 2mm band width. 

Please note, our wedding band styles are created in our standard half-round band profile.

Band Width

We create our engagement rings with standard 1.6mm, 1.8mm and 2mm band widths. For centre stones 1.5ct and larger we recommend a band width of 1.8mm or 2mm. This achieves the best balance of a fine and dainty aesthetic while maintaining the structural integrity that is essential for a lifetime piece. 

Classic Solitaire & Cosmic Trio: Available in 1.8mm & 2mm
Ceremonial Solitaire, Shimmer Halo & Amira: Available in all bandwidths.

Please note, our Knife Edge Band Profile is only available in 2mm band width.

Pavé Options

A pavé band features micropavé diamonds which are delicately set along the band for additional sparkle.


Select additional design options to customise your design, including Two-Tone and claw options (Round solitaires only)

A two-tone setting features a band that is crafted in your preference of yellow or rose gold, with the stones framed in a platinum setting. Please note this option is not available for bands crafted in white gold or platinum. 

For Round Classic Solitaire & Ceremonial Solitaires, you have the option of choosing a 4-claw or 6-claw setting 

Round Claws

Hidden Gem

An inlay diamond or gemstone is a perfect way to add a personal touch to your Louise Jean piece. You can choose up to 3 hidden gems. These can represent something that is personal to you, it could be adding your partner's or children's birthstones to your ring or sapphire to honour the 'Something Blue' tradition.

For engagement rings, we set the hidden stone on the inside of the band below the setting. This is to avoid certain limitations when resizing. If more than one gem is chosen, the stones will be centred under the setting  

Ring Size

All LOUISE JEAN engagement rings and wedding bands are handcrafted to order can be made to any size requirements.

Our rings are made to Australian ring sizes, based on an alphabetical scale from F - Z. These letters correlate with the internal diameter of the band, measured in millimetres. The difference from one ring size to the next is a matter of 0.2mm. The difference between a ring that fits and one that doesn’t could be just 0.4mm.

Find our ring size guide here.