Emerald diamond engagement rings have a stunning vintage appeal, with their large open tables and bold angles. From Grace Kelly to Beyoncé, the emerald-cut diamond is a distinctive choice for those with the confidence to stand out. Similar to the Asscher cut, the emerald has a step-cut facet pattern that emphasizes clarity over sparkle. Here are four emerald-cut ring styles with stunning vintage appeal.
A french-set halo engagement ring surrounds the emerald-cut center diamond with dazzling sparkle. Emerald-cut halo rings bring together the stunning clarity of the step-cut shape, with the classic brilliance of round diamonds. They also allow your center diamond to appear larger than it actually is.
A split band, adorned with pavé diamonds, frames the emerald-cut diamond in this vintage-inspired engagement ring. The double band increases the surface area of the ring on the finger, while negative spacing brings a striking Art Deco look.
This vintage halo’s cropped corners follow the iconic lines of its center emerald-cut diamond. Beaded milgrain detailing on the band and halo add to its antique appeal, while tiny micropavé diamonds product lots of brilliance.
This classic french-set band allows an emerald-cut diamond to be the true focus of your engagement ring. Elegant and simple, its sparkle complements the iconic silhouette of an emerald-cut stone.
Which of these emerald-cut engagement rings is the perfect fit for you? Do you adore the vintage shape of emerald-cut diamonds?