Designer (from left to right): Kirk Kara
Do you want your engagement ring to be full of texture? A trellis engagement ring is known to showcase a center diamond surrounded by an elaborate braid or basket-weave design along the band. Check out engagement ring photos in our gallery for even more eye candy.
Photos (from left to right): Simon G and MaeVona
For those art deco lovers out there–try these geometric-shaped engagement rings. An emerald cut ring that features a mosaic white diamond surrounded by pink diamonds or a princess cut, solitaire diamond with a shank cupping one side of the gemstone turns your ring into a non-traditional statement piece. Check out more engagement rings photos in our gallery for even more eye candy.
Photos (from left to right): Simon G. and Hearts on Fire
For those hopeless romantics out there–try these floral-detailed engagement rings. Marquise oval-cut diamonds along the band gives the illusion of petals surrounding a flower whereas having a cluster of diamonds surrounding one larger diamond looks as if it’s a flower too. Check out more engagement ring photos in our gallery for even more eye candy.
Photo: Kirk Kara
So the saying goes, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence for her shoe.” Dare to channel your inner royal with these engagement rings. Colored diamonds have been making a comeback ever since Kate Middleton became engaged to Prince William. Sapphires, in particular, are known to symbolize an everlasting marriage. Why not walk down the aisle with this superstition already promised if you had a sapphire engagement ring on your finger? Check out more engagement ring photos in our gallery for even more eye candy.