Tiny Round Diamond Ring

Tiny Round Diamond Ring
Regular price $550

Our essential suite of solitaire diamond rings; a minimalists dream piece or the perfect promise ring.


Featuring a 0.20ct round brilliant cut lab-grown diamond, handset within four claws upon our signature solid gold or silver fine round band.

Wear yours alone or stacked alongside other styles from our solitaire diamond ring suite.

Ring Size (Internal Diameter):

  • Extra Small | H (15mm)
  • Small | K (16mm)
  • Medium | N (17mm)
  • Large | Q (18mm)
  • Extra Large | S (19mm)

If you're unsure of your ring size, please select 'Ring Sizer' in the size dropdown. A sizing kit will be shipped to the address provided with your order, within 3 business days, for you to confirm your best fit prior to production.

If you would like to upgrade your piece to a custom ring size, please select 'Custom Ring Size' in the size dropdown. Once your order has been processed, a member of our team will be in touch with you to confirm your custom fit prior to production.

Material: Solid Silver, 9ct or 18ct Gold and Platinum

Stone: 3.5mm Round Brilliant Cut Lab-Grown Diamond (approx. 0.20ct)

Colour & Clarity: FG | VS1

Setting: Basket (4 Claw)

Band: Round Profile (1.8mm)

This piece is made-to-order in our Newcastle studio and can take up to 4 weeks to be created.

If you require this piece within 2 weeks, please add our Priority Service to your order valued at $40.

Please contact us if you have an earlier date in mind that you're hoping to receive your order by and we will do our best to accommodate.

Q. What's the difference between 9ct and 18ct gold?

A. The difference between 9ct and 18ct gold is the percentage of pure gold in the alloy; 9ct has 37.5% and 18ct has 75%. This percentage affects the colour, hardness and durability of the piece.

Q. Is the diamond certified?

A. Our lab-grown diamonds with an individual carat weight of 0.50 and above are certified. Our certified diamonds come with an IGI certification matching the inscription on the girdle of the stone.

Q. How do I care for this piece?

A. For tips on how to care for your Kate & Kole jewellery, please visit our Jewellery Care page.

For more frequently asked questions, please visit our FAQs page.

Need help deciding? We can help.

Visit us in our Newcastle studio or via a phone consult