This ring is a modern, streamlined take on a 1900's piece, in which a dozen or so diamonds were lined up in a square. Here, we've got over a third of a carat of stones, but it seems like WAY more. They're set into 14k white gold, which is an old-fashioned jeweler's trick to coax the maximum amount of sparkle out of diamonds. The cutouts under the setting help to do this, too: light is let in underneath the gems, illuminating them from below. A low profile means that this ring is easy to wear all day, every day.