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This year, unique engagement rings have been having a major moment. It’s easy to see their appeal: when you wear a unique engagement ring, you can express your personal style and stand out from the crowd. When it comes to choosing a unique engagement ring, there are many options to choose from— the key is to pick a ring that speaks to you. To help you find the perfect engagement ring, here are five of our favorite unique engagement rings.
1. 18k White and Rose Gold Marquise Diamond Engagement Ring
This engagement ring is as unique as it is elegant. Here, a chic marquise diamond has been set in a gorgeously detailed 18k white and rose gold band. This band features intricately placed french cut pave diamonds, which run along both the top and sides of the mixed metal band. The combination of these design details creates a style that is intricate, sophisticated, and romantic.
2. Vintage Emerald Diamond Engagement Ring
In this design, a uniquely shaped band decked out in diamonds creates a beautiful, vintage-inspired look. Here, a stunning emerald cut diamond rests in an ornately detailed, art-deco-style tapered band. Four lines of gorgeous white diamonds run along the entirety of the ring’s upper shank, creating incredible brilliance.
3. Three Stone Emerald Cut Halo Engagement Ring
Here, classic design elements create an incredibly glamorous, eye-catching look. This engagement ring features three breathtaking emerald cut diamonds, which are set in chic, glittering halo settings. These halo set diamonds are arranged in a unique tiered three stone setting, which gives a regal look to the design. Additional white diamonds have been channel set along this ring’s white gold band, adding even more sparkle to this icily beautiful engagement ring.
4. 18k Rose Gold Emerald Cut Halo Diamond and A Quality Sapphire Engagement Ring
Numerous unique design details create a stunningly beautiful look in this gorgeous engagement ring. Here, 18k rose gold serves as the backdrop for a dizzying array of diamonds and blue sapphires. At the center of the ring lies a stunning emerald cut white diamond. This diamond is surrounded by a diamond halo and flanked by two A quality blue sapphires. Along the sides of the blue sapphire settings lie additional white diamonds. Completing this beautifully ornate design are swirling, delicate hand engravings, which rest along the ring’s cathedral style shank. Together, these design elements create a vintage-inspired look that’s truly one-of-a-kind.
5. Marigold Double Halo Diamond Engagement Ring
This yellow and white diamond engagement ring is glamorous and beautifully detailed. In this design, a stunning yellow round diamond has been enclosed in a unique double pave diamond halo. The inner halo is crafted from yellow gold, which elongates the gorgeous hue of the center diamond and creates a distinctive mixed metal look. Additional pave diamonds rest on this ring’s spit shank band and raised upper shank, adding even more gorgeous detail and shimmer to this piece.
This entry was posted in Engagement Rings on December 28, 2018 by Jay Hariz.
If we could use just one word to describe 2019’s engagement ring trends, it would be “unique.” With exciting design details like vibrant colors and unexpected shapes, there’s a lot to love about the coming year’s trends. Wondering which unique designs will be the most popular in 2019? Let’s take a look at 2019’s top four engagement ring trends.
This diamond and pink sapphire engagement ring offers a romantic take on the gemstone trend.
One of the hottest engagement ring trends for 2019 is colored gemstones. There’s been a big increase in rings featuring gemstones, whether they’re center stage or adding a pop of color as accents to a center diamond.
An elegant blue sapphire and white diamond engagement ring.
Among the most popular gemstones for engagement rings are blue and pink sapphires, though gemstones in every color of the rainbow have been rising in popularity. Whichever hue you choose, incorporating gemstones is a great way to add personality and vibrance to your engagement ring.
A chic and unique pear shaped diamond in a halo setting.
Pear cut diamonds, also known as teardrop diamonds, are the latest unique diamond shape to get their time in the spotlight. This sophisticated cut looks utterly elegant on the hand, as its elongated shape has a slimming effect on the fingers. The pear shaped diamond has been particularly popular when paired with a halo setting, which adds a vintage drama to its distinctive shape.
This engagement ring features a unique twisting diamond and 18k white gold band.
Another 2019 engagement ring trend is unique bands. More and more brides-to-be are shying away from traditional bands and are choosing to express themselves with something more unexpected.
A bold and contemporary princess cut engagement ring with an eye-catching band.
There are many kinds of unique bands trending for 2019, though engagement rings with twisting bands have been among the most popular.
A diamond and white gold engagement ring with a unique halo setting.
While the halo style engagement ring is certainly not a new trend, it’s still going strong. However, while in years past there was one kind of halo setting that dominated the scene (the perfectly round circle of pave diamonds), in 2019 there will be more variety. We’re seeing halos on unique diamond shapes, like oval or emerald diamonds, as well as halos that have unique shapes of their own. Particularly popular are vintage-style halo settings that often give their engagement rings a floral effect.
This entry was posted in Engagement Rings on November 30, 2018 by Jay Hariz.
If you’re reading this post, you’re probably either engaged or about to be engaged— congratulations! The time between your engagement and your wedding is a special period in your life. It’s a time to bask in the glow of your impending marriage and, of course, plan for your wedding. One of the most exciting parts of wedding planning is choosing your wedding rings. But with so many wedding ring options, how do you know which to choose? Read on to learn everything you need to know about choosing your wedding ring!
A classic metal band is a common option for couples who decide to match their wedding bands.
When you’re shopping for your wedding rings, you have two rings to find. While you can choose a matching set, you should know that it’s actually much more common today for the bride and groom to choose separate designs. There’s no right or wrong choice here, you can choose a set or go with different styles— choose what’s right for you. But you should decide this early so you know whether you’re searching for one or two designs.
This classic, yet glamorous, wedding ring style features a row of stunning princess cut diamonds.
Once you know whether you’re looking for one or two wedding band styles, it’s time to move on to picking your style(s). If you’re going to match, you will likely want to pic a more simple style. But if you’re going to choose separate styles, you can choose whatever each of you likes the most.
This brick patterned men’s wedding band is a unique and modern option.
There are many different styles of wedding rings. There are simple classic rings, sleek modern options, ornate vintage designs, and glamorous diamond studded rings.
This vintage-style wedding band is elegant and romantic.
Do a little browsing and see what you’re drawn to the most. Do you want something simple? Something eye-catching? Something that will complement your engagement ring? Once you know what you’re most interested, you can start narrowing in on the exact ring that’s right for you.
A wedding ring without diamonds, like this swirling rose gold design, is an affordable, yet still beautiful option.
Just like when shopping for an engagement ring, it’s a good idea to have a budget in mind before you shop. Wedding rings have a wide price range, with simple metal bands at the lower end and diamond or gemstone bands on the upper end (more, larger, or higher quality gemstones will increase your price). Also, different precious metals can affect a ring’s price, as platinum and 18k karat gold are more expensive materials than 14k gold.
14k white gold, used here in this intricate diamond set wedding ring, gives a similar look to platinum, but at a more budget-friendly price.
There’s no rule on how much you need to spend on your wedding bands. Just consider what the style you’re interested in usually costs and how much you want to spend, then decide on a budget that’s right for you as a couple.
A yellow gold wedding band is a traditional precious metal option.
Wedding bands come in many different precious metals, like platinum, yellow gold, white gold, and rose gold. When choosing your precious metal, you’ll want to consider two things: style and your lifestyle. Different precious metals can drastically change up the style of a ring. For example, yellow gold is has a classic look and platinum is quite modern. So, know that your choice of precious metal will have an effect on the style of your ring.
This tungsten carbide wedding band is durable and sleek.
However, for many people, considering lifestyle is also important. Why does this matter when choosing a precious metal? Certain metals are more durable than others. If you’re a highly active person, you might want to consider choosing a ring made of stronger materials, like platinum or tungsten carbide. Or, if you have your heart set on a gold ring, go with 14k gold instead of 18k gold, as 14k gold is more durable. Of course, if you know you’ll be careful when wearing your ring, you can choose your precious metal solely based on style. All precious metals are durable (even 18k gold), some are just more so than others.
This entry was posted in Tips, bridal, wedding on October 30, 2018 by Jay Hariz.
Kate Middleton’s engagement ring is a gorgeous sapphire and diamond ring that once belonged to Prince Charles’ late mother, Princess Diana. This ring is one of the most iconic engagement rings of all time. This eye-catching ring started a sapphire engagement ring craze, which had a second wave when it was announced that Kate would also be wearing the ring.
While this ring has been widely acclaimed by the public, it was recently revealed that the ring was initially very controversial within the royal family. It seems that many royals were apparently quite upset due to the ring’s breaking of tradition.
A major issue the royal family took with this engagement ring was that it was not only not unique to Princess Diana, it was not unique at all. While most royals have custom engagement rings, Princess Diana actually selected her ring from a catalogue. So, while the 12 carat Cerylon sapphire, white gold, and white diamond engagement ring had quite a unique design, there were actually many made. And any non-royal could buy it themselves from the crown jeweler Garrard’s catalogue (provided they could afford its hefty $60,000 price tag).
Additionally, it was also a break in tradition for Princess Diana to choose her own engagement ring at all, which was another hot point of debate among the royal family.
Now, of course, this engagement ring is one of the most famous and celebrated of all time. The fact that it belonged to Princess Diana, a widely beloved public figure, has led to it now being estimated at a worth of $500,000.
Kate Middleton has expressed her appreciation of the ring, and has stated that she finds it “very special” that her husband proposed with his mother’s ring.
However, it’s been rumored that, without a pivotal decision by Prince Harry, Kate may have never gotten the legendary engagement ring. Supposedly, while Princess Diana gifted her jewelry collection to both of her sons, Prince Harry was the one who ended up with Princess Diana’s engagement ring. But it’s been said that when Harry knew that William was going to propose to Kate, he swapped his mother’s engagement ring for her Cartier watch so that William could use it to propose.
The debate around Kate Middleton and Princess Diana’s engagement ring may have caused some ruffled feathers among the royal family originally, but it seems that they’ve grown more accepting of it today. Now, the engagement ring, as worn by Kate, is generally regarded as a touching tribute to one of the royal family’s most beloved figures.
This entry was posted in Engagement Rings on September 20, 2018 by Jay Hariz.
Let's start off by saying Emily Ratajkowski's engagement ring is one she designed herself. The stunning model and actress revealed her absolutely incredible engagement ring on social media not so long ago, and had us all gushing!
Ratajkowski’s custom engagement ring features two incredible (and quite sizable) white diamonds on a white and yellow gold setting. These massive diamonds create a unique look, as one is a princess cut while the other is pear shaped. The newly married model told Vogue that she wanted the diamonds to be the star of this custom piece, which is why she went for a simple setting.
The setting may be simple, but it has a unique element that allows its featured diamonds to pop: its two-toned design. While the band of this piece is yellow gold, the prong settings for each diamond are crafted in white gold. The white gold prongs compliment the beauty of these incredible white diamonds, while the yellow gold band creates a warm, contrasting background.
Ratajkowski debuted her engagement ring a while after her secret marriage to Sebastian Bear-McClard, which was a simple City Hall affair. She previously showed off her wide yellow gold wedding band in her Instagram announcement of her marriage, which displayed the couple’s matching styles. She later shared the incredibly romantic story of their engagement rings on an appearance on The Tonight Show.
It turns out that Sebastian Bear-McClard didn’t have an engagement ring ready when he popped the question to Ratajkowski. Instead, he made a makeshift ring out of paper clip. Then the couple bought gold to make their wedding rings and hammered them themselves at a midtown jewelry store. Ratajkowski said about the rings, “They were supposed to be temporary rings, but now I’m very attached and I really don’t want to get rid of it. I just feel like making it yourself, could it be more personal?”
We couldn’t agree more. There’s nothing more personal (or romantic) than custom wedding and engagement rings. Making custom engagement and wedding rings happens to be a speciality of ours at Bridal Rings. We love collaborating with our customers to help them create the rings of their dreams.
Ratajkowski also told Vogue that, when she designed her engagement ring, it took more than 50 sketches to reach the design they finally decided on. Looking at her dazzling one-of-a-kind engagement ring, we’d say all the revisions were more than worth it.
Are you considering creating a custom engagement ring? It’s much easier and quicker than you might think. Reach out to Bridal Rings, specialists at creating custom engagement rings, and we’ll help guide you through every step of the process.
This entry was posted in Engagement Rings, Custom Jewelry on August 16, 2018 by Jay Hariz.
A vintage-style Amavida halo engagement ring from Bridal Rings Co.
When it comes to buying an engagement ring in a major city like Los Angeles, there are many places to shop. However, just as with engagement rings, not all jewelers are created equal. When searching for the best place to buy your engagement ring, there are some things to keep in mind, like the reputation of the jeweler and what services will come with the ring. To help you make a great choice when searching for an engagement ring jeweler, we’ve put together this list of things to look out for during the buying process.
A dazzling double halo Amavida engagement ring from Bridal Rings Co.
One of the most important things to look for when buying an engagement ring is high quality, certified materials. This, of course, includes the center stone you’ll be buying. Most people choose a white diamond for their engagement ring, but colorful gemstones are also becoming popular choices. But for both diamonds and gemstones, you’ll want to make sure that your stone comes with proper certification. You should never buy a stone that doesn’t come with official certification from an accredited institution, such as the GIA (Gemological Institute of America). At Bridal Rings, all of our gemstones come with official certification, so our customers can feel comfortable knowing the exact specifications of the gemstones they select.
Additionally, the quality of your stone is important. Diamonds are graded according to the 4Cs: carat, color, clarity, and cut. Which qualities are most important to you will depend on your personal tastes. One thing that’s important to know when choosing a jeweler is that they should help you understand these qualities and guide you to a stone that you will love. Which brings us to our next point: you should expect nothing less than excellent service from your jeweler.
A unique and delicate Artcarved solitaire engagement ring from Bridal Rings Co.
Buying fine jewelry, such as an engagement ring, is unlike any other buying experience. And for many people, their engagement ring is the first major fine jewelry purchase they’ll make. Buying fine jewelry comes with many considerations, like how durable the materials of the ring are, what the exact quality of the ring is, and what styles are available. Your jeweler should guide you through the buying process and help you easily understand your options, as well as help you find styles you like.
At Bridal Rings, excellent customer service is our top priority. We take great care to make sure each of our customers has the best possible shopping experience. Each of our staff members is a trusted diamond expert who strives to give our customers a concierge experience. We fully guide our customers through the buying process, helping them with everything from selecting their ring to teaching them how to care for it. Additionally, we also offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee, free lifetime cleaning and maintenance on all of our products, and even include a complimentary insurance appraisal for all of our customers.
Another important thing to consider is a jeweler’s history and reputation. It’s crucial to buy from a reputable dealer who has experience in the business and a trusted reputation. If you buy from an unknown dealer, there are many variables that could end up being disastrous. You could end up with a poor quality ring or be unable to get help with any problems you may have with a bad ring, which is simply something you don’t want to risk with something as important as an engagement ring.
At Bridal Rings, our team of expert jewelers are experienced and responsive. We are a family owned company that has been in business for more than 35 years. Located in the world famous LA Jewelry District, we’ve been providing impeccably crafted jewelry and excellent service to our customers for decades. Additionally, Bridal Rings is also proud of our excellent reputation on Yelp, where we have a five star rating and hundreds of positive reviews.
A vintage-style Amavida ring from Bridal Rings Co.
When shopping for an engagement ring, it’s also important to buy from somewhere with a great selection. There are many different kinds of engagement rings, so it’s important to buy from somewhere with good variety so you can find something that is not only high quality, but also suits your tastes. At Bridal Rings, we’re proud to carry a wide selection of engagement rings from excellent brands, which span an array of styles. We have rings from excellent companies such as Coronet, Gabriel & Co, Artcarved, and more. Additionally, since we also handcraft jewelry in house, we’re able to create custom rings for our customers.
A classic and brilliant three stone engagement ring from Bridal Rings Co.
Lastly, let’s talk about getting a great price for your engagement ring. When it comes to higher priced items like fine jewelry, it’s always a good idea to consider buying from a smaller, family owned jeweler. This is because jewelry from “big name” jewelers often comes with a major mark up. Instead of merely paying for the quality and craftsmanship of a ring, you’re also paying a huge mark up for the name brand of the ring.
Additionally, in Los Angeles there are some excellent options in the LA jewelry district where, instead of paying for a marked up ring, you can get a wholesale price. At Bridal Rings, we save our customers money by buying our materials wholesale. We directly import materials, saving our customers on middle men costs, to ensure that we can offer excellent prices that are 30% to 70% below retail.
A custom made halo engagement ring from Bridal Rings Co.
If you’re shopping for a high quality engagement ring in Los Angeles, we’d be honored to help you find your perfect ring at Bridal Rings. Our customers are our top priority and we value nothing more than ensuring that each of our customers is thrilled with their purchase. Stop into our showroom in the Los Angeles Jewelry District today, where our team of experts will work with you to help you find (or create) the engagement ring you’ve been dreaming of.
This entry was posted in Engagement Rings, Tips, bridal on July 23, 2018 by Jay Hariz.
Emerald cut engagement rings have a classic glamour. This flashy step cut diamond shape has long been a favorite of glamorous celebrities, from old Hollywood stars like Elizabeth Taylor to modern day icons like Beyonce. If you’re thinking of selecting this gorgeous diamond shape for your own engagement ring, keep in mind that buying an emerald diamond requires some special considerations. To help you make the best pick, check out our tips for buying an emerald cut engagement ring.
The first thing to know before buying an emerald cut diamond is what exactly qualifies as an emerald cut. Emerald cut diamonds have a distinctive look. From the top, they look like a rectangle with cut corners and they feature unique step facets. Step facets are different from the more common “brilliant” style cut, which is what most round diamonds are cut with. Instead of having many varying shaped small facets, step cut shapes like the emerald have larger, rectangular facets that are arranged in parallel lines. These lines reflect and refract light in a “flashy” way, in contrast to the more shimmery effect of a brilliant cut. They also offer a more clear, pure view of the diamond itself, allowing the true beauty of the diamond to shine through.
The emerald cut is not to be confused with radiant and asscher cuts. Radiant cut diamonds have the same overall shape as an emerald cut (a rectangle with cut corners) but they have smaller facets designed to create sparkle, rather than the flashy step cuts of the emerald diamond. Asscher cuts also have a similar shape to emerald cut diamonds, a square shape with cut corners. Asscher cuts have step cuts like the emerald cut but they also feature a distinctive “X” pattern on the top of the diamond that creates very different light patterns.
A simple, yet glamorous emerald cut diamond engagement ring.
A custom made 18k white gold halo style engagement ring that shows off the emerald cut’s signature step cuts.
Now that you know the definition of an emerald cut diamond, let’s talk about what you should look for when buying one. Like all other diamonds, looking at an emerald cut diamond’s 4Cs (clarity, cut, color, and carat) is important. But, due to the unique step cut of the emerald diamond, certain aspects of the 4Cs are more important when considering how they reflect on an emerald diamond’s beauty.
Clarity is incredibly important for emerald cut diamonds. While lower clarity can often be concealed by shimmering brilliant cuts, the step cut of an emerald diamond shows imperfections more easily. That makes it important to buy emerald diamonds with high clarity ratings. We’d recommend choosing emerald cuts with VVS1 clarity ratings or higher. The VVS1 rating means a diamonds inclusions (imperfections inside the diamond) cannot be seen by the naked eye. So, your emerald cut diamond will look perfectly clear as long as you choose a VVS1 diamond or better.
The cut grading is a measurement of how well a diamond was cut. Something unique about the emerald cut is that it actually does not receive a cut grade when it is evaluated and certified. Instead, they are assigned polish and symmetry grades. So, when considering how well an emerald diamond was cut, know that excellent polish and symmetry grades mean that the diamond has better sparkle.
Color is one area where evaluating an emerald cut diamond is the same as with any other diamond. Like all white diamond shapes, the color grade of an emerald diamond is a measurement of how little color it has, with D colored diamonds being the most colorless. You don’t have to choose a D (or even an E or F) grade diamond to get a beautiful gemstone, however. How much or how little color you find beautiful is really a matter of personal preference, so go with what looks best to you when considering emerald cut diamond color.
Diamond carat is a measurement of its weight. Carat is not a measurement of quality, it’s more a way to help you understand the size of the diamond you’re getting. Additionally the higher the carat, the more expensive the diamond will be. When shopping for an emerald cut diamond, consider your budget and quality desires, then see which carat weights would be best for you.
Luckily, emerald cut diamonds look larger per carat than round diamonds, due to the large surface area on the top of the shape. So, you will be able to get a larger-looking diamond for the same carat when compared to round diamonds.
With emerald cut diamonds, the 4Cs are an important way of determining quality. But there’s another factor to consider when it comes to a diamonds quality and style: an emerald cut diamond’s proportions. The ratio of an emerald diamond’s length, width, and depth affects both how it looks and how well it reflects light. Ratios between 1.45 and 1.55 are usually considered ideal, but which ratio you prefer is really up to you. Higher ratios create longer, slimmer diamonds, while shorter ratios create more square cuts. Take the proportion of the emerald cut diamond into consideration when shopping and decide which look you prefer.
A gorgeous emerald diamond engagement ring setting with a retro vintage style.
Emerald cut diamonds can be put in a variety of engagement ring settings. The one you should choose depends on your personal style. Solitaire and halo settings tend to be the most popular choices, as they let the beauty of the emerald cut shine. Vintage style settings are also popular pairings, giving the emerald diamond a classic and romantic look.
When deciding which emerald cut diamond is right for you, it’s really a matter of personal preference. All emerald cut diamonds have a sophisticated, glamorous look. When choosing yours, simply consider which factors are most important to you, then choose the diamond you love most.
To get some emerald cut diamond engagement ring inspiration, see our full emerald cut collection. Find out how to choose the perfect engagement ring for you here.
This entry was posted in Engagement Rings, Tips, bridal on July 9, 2018 by Jay Hariz.
Fine jewelry a lovely gift choice for graduates. When a person graduates, whether its from high school or college, they’re setting out on a new chapter of life. But when a person is a new graduate, they often don’t have much of a budget for the finer things, which is why gifting fine jewelry is particularly thoughtful. Fine jewelry is a luxurious gift that many new graduates want but may not have the budget for. It’s also something that lasts for a lifetime— much longer than flowers or a gift card. To help you pick the perfect fine jewelry piece this graduation season, here’s our grad gift guide for her.
There’s no more classic piece of jewelry than a diamond solitaire necklace. This stunning pendant puts a modern twist on the classic solitaire. Here, seven high quality conflict-free diamonds are set together in a 14k white gold setting. The seven diamonds have the same look as a single solitaire would but offer seven times the facets and seven times the sparkle. This necklace is the ideal classic choice for a new graduate. It’s elegant, versatile, and will never go out of style.
This fashion ring is a modern beauty. Here, two diamond encrusted bands cross over one another to create a “x” pattern when viewed from above. This modern design of this piece makes it a stand out but the delicate silhouette of the bands keeps the overall design incredibly elegant. This ring is a beautiful choice for everyday wear or to accessorize an evening look.
These dazzling studs combine the practicality of a stud with the glamour of a drop. Each of these radiant earrings features ten white diamonds. The larger set of seven diamonds at the bottom dangles from the ear while the upper two sit delicately above. These earrings are a unique, elegant take on diamond studs that any graduate would be thrilled to receive.
This beautiful bangle is modern and chic. Here, a simple 18k yellow gold bangle is elevated with a unique design feature, its triangular diamond encrusted accent. This bracelet would be beautiful worn on its own or as a part of a stack. This piece is the perfect choice for a graduate with a contemporary sense of style.
A diamond tennis bracelet is something every woman should have in her collection. This elegant version of the classic tennis bracelet features Coronet’s patented solitaire setting. Each of the circular settings features seven radiant white diamonds, for a total of 3.4 carats, that give incredible sparkle. This beautiful bracelet is something any graduate would treasure.
This entry was posted in Tips, Fine Jewelry, Gift Guide on May 31, 2018 by Jay Hariz.
For years, people have turned to solitaire diamonds for engagement ring needs. Recent trends show, however, that more and more lovebirds are also considering gemstone engagement rings. Whether it’s rubies, sapphires, or emeralds, these fun-colored stones have become as popular as the traditional diamond solitaire. To demonstrate, this white gold and sapphire diamond engagement ring displayed below has the best of both worlds with a round cut diamond center stone and sapphire accents.
What’s also trending are diamonds with larger cuts, but simpler looks, such as this gorgeous ring by Gabriel & Co that also features sapphire crystals.
For more of the latest engagement ring trends, we’ve listed the top 5 most popular engagement ring styles searched on Pinterest below.
The round-cut engagement ring style still reigns supreme and has even gained 10 times the amount of searches if compared to the year before. Round-cut center stones are definitely the classic style for engagement rings and have always been popular due to their symmetrical shape and simple brilliance.
The hunt is on for cushion-cut rings, 80% more than last year to be exact. This pillow shaped cut looks best within a halo setting, which is what seems to make them so attractive. A cushion-shaped cut is also naturally larger in size, which is a major plus.
The princess-cut is more of a square shaped cut that can be better seen within a prong setting. People are searching for the princess-cut 60% more so than last year. This cut may get its popularity for its affordability and because it works well with most settings, especially the three-stone.
About 50% more people are searching for this lengthy, oval-shaped cut. Being a larger sized center stone, women are saying yes to going big. Halos and side stones also work really well for additional brilliance.
The search for this oblong-shaped cut is up 35% more than last year. After many recently engaged celebrities have dawned the emerald cut, the spike in interest was expected. This shape’s natural beauty can shine in the simplest settings.
This entry was posted in Diamonds, Engagement Rings, bridal on June 20, 2017 by Jay Hariz.
Modern day engagement rings come in various shapes and designs. White gold is, of course, the most favorited metal among engagement rings. Diamonds seem to blend really well with it and people have definitely taken note of that. Whether it’s contemporary or vintage style, we’ve chosen our current top five favorite rings we have to offer. Let’s take a look at the best of the best engagement rings and why we love them.
Given the popularity of both the round cut and halo style, this makes it our number one pick among engagement rings. Its center stone captivates and entrances while the halo setting compliments and enhances the shine of the center stone. Side stones also add extra sparkle to the ring. These factors make it nearly impossible to look past any lucky girl’s hand.
Why have one center diamond when you can have three glistening diamonds? The princess-cut is a favorite among future brides and perfect for this three-stone setting. This look is a deviation from the classic solitaire style and is perfect for the edgy bride. Three stone engagement rings are symbolic. The three diamonds are said to represent the past, present, and future. If you’re looking for an engagement ring with extra symbolism and bling, this one is ideal.
This emerald cut halo ring is designed to perfection. The simple, yet chic glow of the ring comes from the halo setting and thin band embedded with carefully placed brilliant round cut side stones. The emerald cut is gaining much popularity among engagement rings. Its elongated shape is unlike any other cut (for an engagement ring), which makes it eye-catching.
This beautiful contemporary engagement ring is an upgraded version of the traditional diamond solitaire. It has more to offer with the channel of smaller sized side stones placed across the band. A benefit to having channel set diamonds is that the enclosure of the diamonds keeps them securely in place. It also sets the stage for the center stone to shine.
Vintage lovers out there will embrace this Victorian-styled princess-cut diamond ring by Gabriel & Co. The channel setting adds significant brilliance to the ring. It also gives the ring more of a contemporary style, so you get the best of both worlds.
This entry was posted in Diamonds, Engagement Rings, bridal on May 31, 2017 by Jay Hariz.
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