Sculpted platinum 4 claw grey diamond engagement ring


Handmade to order, please allow 8 weeks for delivery.

A sculpted variation on the classic four claw solitaire engagement ring. Gently curved and sculpted claws give this diamond engagement ring an organic quality and bring a fresh, modern feel to a classic design. Seen here in satin finished platinum, set with a 1.65ct  round brilliant grey diamond.

This engagement ring can be made with round, oval or cushion cut stones and is also popular with coloured diamonds or other gemstones.

Free worldwide shipping on all orders and 90 days for returns.

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What is a grey diamond?

There are two types of grey diamonds used in jewellery, fancy grey diamonds and included or ‘salt and pepper’ grey diamonds.

Fancy grey diamonds are rarer than white diamonds, but due to their relative anonymity their prices are similar. All coloured diamonds are the result of chemical impurities or structural defects in the diamond’s crystal lattice. Although called ‘defects’, their only impact is to give the stone it’s unique colour. To us, this ‘defect’ is a marvel of nature. In the case of fancy grey diamonds, it is the presence of hydrogen or boron within the stone that gives them their colour. The grey colour varies in intensity and is graded on a scale from faint grey through to fancy dark grey. The darkest stones have lovely, deep graphite tones. Find more information on grey diamonds on our Journal.


We are traditional goldsmiths based in London and Dublin, known for our unique modern fine jewellery. Our signature style is curvaceous, modern and elegant. Each piece of McCaul Goldsmiths’ jewellery is designed made and set in-house, from start to finish, using traditional techniques and modern technology. We love to explore new ideas and are continually adding new designs to our collection. Visit the McCaul Goldsmiths’ shop and workshop on Exmouth Market to watch us at work and browse the current designs in our collection. We often work directly with clients to create bespoke jewellery, for more information on this service visit our Bespoke page, browse past commissions in our Journal or drop in to see us for a chat. We are open from Monday to Saturday and there is no need to make an appointment. Learn more about us here.


Ring sizes and chain lengths can be adjusted to suit you. When placing your order please advise us of your ring size or desired chain length and we will make any necessary adjustments. If you are buying jewellery as a gift and are not sure of sizing please feel free to get in touch for advice. There is no charge for adjusting ring sizes and chain lengths on the first occasion.


If your item is in stock it will be sent as soon as any requested adjustments to sizing or fit have been made. For made to order items please allow 6 weeks for the making process prior to shipping. Your jewellery will be packaged in our signature McCaul Goldsmiths jewellery boxes. All items are fully insured whilst in transit and are sent using a tracked and signed for service. 

Taxes and Duties


All taxes and duties are included for those ordering from the EU and UK.


Taxes and duties are not included when ordering from outside of the EU & UK. Customers are responsible for any duties and taxes according to their jurisdiction. Drop us a line at for more information on taxes and duties & we’ll do our best to answer any questions you may have.


All McCaul Goldsmiths’ jewellery is made from 18-carat yellow gold, white gold, rose gold or platinum. Our diamonds and gemstones are sourced from trusted suppliers in the UK and Europe and are conflict-free. If you see a design you like in our collection but would like it in a different combination of metal and gemstone we can make it to order and can also source diamonds and gemstones for you. Some of our designs are one-of-a-kind and are made with unique or unusual gemstones. Although we may not be able to repeat these, we can work with you to create a bespoke piece of jewellery based on the design. Visit our bespoke page to read more about the process.

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