I don’t know about you, but looking at stunning photos of our customers’ real engagement rings instantly lifts my mood. Here are five real Ritani rings that I’ve been admiring lately.
The asscher cut is truly stunning to behold. While round brilliant diamonds are ever popular, an asscher is distinctive and bold. Set in a four-prong channel-set engagement ring, this center stone is close to 4 carats.
Rose gold is becoming an increasingly popular choice for bridal jewelry, and this semi-bezel ring is ideal for showing off a diamond’s sparkle from all angles. This is a simple solitaire style that feels a little more unique than the traditional cathedral and tulip settings.
While halo engagement rings are hugely popular right now, this hexagonal style puts an Art Deco twist on the trend. Its geometric angles lend an intriguing symmetry to the round brilliant center stone, while its closely set pavé diamonds absolutely stun in their brilliance.
This modern bypass micropavé ring setting is a stunning contrast to its princess-cut diamond center. Rings that juxtapose curves with angles are always compelling, while the choice of yellow gold emphasizes each diamond’s sparkle. Negative spacing as the band meets the diamond on either side allows the ring to appear larger on the finger, too.
One of my favorite Ritani ring settings, this double French-set ‘V’ band suits all diamond shapes and metal choices. Shown here with a round center diamond, its silhouette highlights the diamond and flatters the finger. Its blend of vintage and classic design appeals to most tastes and personalities – making it a popular choice for Ritani customers.
Which of these real Ritani rings is your favorite? Has their sparkle lifted your mood?