Engagement Rings

What to know about: Engagement Rings

Engagement ring settings are the ways in which the center stone can be placed on a ring, and each one is just as unique as your one-of-a-kind love. It is the first decision you make during your engagement ring hunt, so your choice of style for your engagement ring setting is extremely important as it will help guide you to the cut of center stone. Some even allow the stone to seem larger than what it actually is.

There are many different styles of engagement ring settings, so below we’ve provided you simple explanations of the most common settings to assistance you in choosing the right style of setting for you.

Solitaire
Engagement Rings

Solitaire engagement rings are a timelessly popular style perfectly showcasing a single center diamond or gemstone. In a solitaire setting, the center stone is usually set high, which allows the diamond maximum exposure to light, enhancing its brilliance. Its simplistic design is perhaps the best choice for a traditional women who exudes elegance and class.

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Split Shank
Engagement Rings

Marked by a band that stylishly splits into two delicate strands of precious metal to frame the center stone, split shank engagements are offered in many variations. Each variation is different than the next ranging from fancy to fairly simple, but they all dramatically stand out. The gap created between the two sides of the split shank band often gives the illusion of a larger stone for a luxurious look.

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Halo
Engagement Rings

First introduced during the Art Deco era, the single halo is given its name for the “halo” of smaller diamonds encircling the center stone. The design serves to make the center stone look larger while maximizing its brilliance. Marriage is one of the most significant milestones in life. It marks the moment in which you make a lasting commitment to the person with whom you share an unbreakable bond.

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Double Halo
Engagement Rings

The double halo engagement ring features a second halo of diamonds encircling the first, further enhancing the enlarging effect of the first halo. The design serves to make the center stone look larger while maximizing its brilliance.

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Three Stone
Engagement Rings

More than merely beautiful, three stone engagement rings are rich with symbolism and personal significance. The three stones traditionally represent the past, present and future of a relationship, but can also be interpreted to stand for friendship, love and fidelity or even take on religious significance.

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Three Stone Halo
Engagement Rings

Celebrate the past, present, and future of your love with our selection of three-stone halo engagement rings. These exceptional designs seamlessly combine two of our most popular setting styles. Boasting dramatic sparkle from the three central stones combined with their surrounding accent diamonds, these rings are truly sensational. When you ask her to spend the rest of your lives together, give her everything she wants and more.

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Straight Rings
Engagement Rings

Characterized by their elegantly refined silhouette, our straight engagement rings represent the perfect balance of timeless simplicity and stylish sophistication. Glittering accent diamonds and flourishes of intricate artisanary enhance the center stone without detracting from the purity of the silhouette. Designed to be cherished forever, our cathedral style settings will feel as tasteful and classic on your golden anniversary as they do today.

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Free Form
Engagement Rings

Free Form engagement rings don't conform to any one structure or shape, making settings from this mixed collection of bypass and twisted a natural choice for a truly original bride-to-be. Sweeping curves, contrasting mixed metals and sophisticated asymmetry are just some of the exciting design details found in our free form rings. The distinctive, non-traditional qualities of Freeform rings are elegantly designed to set you apart from the rest.

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