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This entry was posted on May 31, 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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