Raindance Inspired Ring Designs Shown on the Finger
Many of our featured diamond bubble ring designs now include hand photography to give clients a better idea of how each ring looks on the hand. Each ring has been photographed and scaled to give a very accurate depiction of the ring.
Diamond Bubble Rings have many striking similarities to the original Raindance style of ring introduced by Boodles—considered one of their signature ring designs. Though the Boodle’s Raindance Ring is a specific design, many of the bubble rings feature a similar arrangement of bezel or claw set diamonds across a multiple band design. The following images show 3 different versions available in a wide range of precious metals.
The Raindrop ring design features 0.47cts of beautifully arranged diamonds, shown here on the finger.
When to Wear the Diamond Bubble Ring
Although Raindance Style Rings, or Diamond Bubble Rings are sometimes worn as engagement rings, there can be difficulties when styling a wedding ring to fit. For this reason, they are more often special purchases for occasions such as an anniversary or self purchased for a personal treat.
The Diamond Anniversary Ring holds 0.90cts of diamonds, featured in a Raindance inspired design with the addition of a featured cross-over as part of the ring design.
1 Carat Madison diamond bubble ring, shown on the finger in 18ct Rose Gold.
Further inspiration for Bubble Rings
For more information and prices, see our complete collection of Diamond Bubble Rings on the Serendipity Diamonds shop.