Britt’s Pick: Triple Threat Ring by Rahaminov Diamonds



If you’re a parent, you might relate to the notion that you see the world differently. It’s true in a beautiful poetic sense, but it’s also quite literally true in the daily details too. For example, my little one is currently hyper-focused on shapes, colors, and numbers. So, on our daily walks, I find myself asking about the color of the trees or the shape of the leaves or how many flowers we see. Pre-baby, I could easily surpass those things without once admiring their shapes, quantity, or beauty.

Well, you certainly don’t need to be a parent to admire the beauty of Rahaminov’s latest offering, but if you do happen to be in the “shapes” phase like me, you might appreciate it all the more. Imagine being able to quiz your kid on the shapes of these diamonds, the sparkling trio the most luxurious form of geometry class.

Featuring heart, oval, and radiant-cut (rectangle, for learning purposes) diamonds, the Triple Threat ring from Los Angeles–based Rahaminov is indeed rich with talent.

Created by head designer and co-owner Tamara Rahaminov Goldfiner, the ring is an ode to her children. “I was inspired by my love for my three beloved children to design this new ring,” said Goldfiner in a statement.

Rahaminov Diamonds Triple Threat on hand
The Triple Threat ring by Rahaminov Diamonds

I tend to focus on simple product images when sharing these pieces online, so we can just sit back and appreciate the glory and detail of the design at hand. But it makes sense that one can appreciate any style more when it’s worn, and this particular style is all the more compelling when you see it pictured on someone’s finger. I can imagine how good it feels to don this ring: You can see the way it sits on the hand, its clustered trio nestled comfortably as it blankets the ring finger. This is a piece that feels as good to wear as it looks—and it looks amazing indeed.

While the carat count is indeed high—just over 6 cts. t.w.—I appreciate the simplicity of the style, as the solitaire stones need no accompaniment from melee accents. It might sound strange to call this style streamlined, but it sort of feels that way, anyway. It’s just the right setting for a modern—yet enduring—look, and it functions as beautifully as an engagement ring as it does for a statement piece.

Top: Triple Threat ring in platinum with 2.01 ct. radiant diamond, 2.01 ct. oval diamond, and 2.01 ct. heart-shape diamond, price on request; Rahaminov

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