Square engagement rings typically feature either a princess-cut or asscher-cut diamond in the setting. Shaped with 4 symmetrical edges and bold 90-degree angles, their effect is chic, modern, and full of sparkle.
A simple engagement ring with a plain band allows your square-shaped diamond to shine. Princess-cut diamonds have a brilliant facet pattern – allowing them to sparkle as much as a round-cut diamond with the same cut grade will. Choose your favorite metal for the band, from a range including platinum, white gold, yellow and rose gold.
A double French-set engagement ring brings vintage appeal to your square-shaped center stone. The asscher cut has a step-cut facet pattern, emphasizing the diamond’s clarity with its large open table. Beloved by style icons from Elizabeth Taylor to Carrie Bradshaw, the diamond cut has distinctive vintage appeal. If you opt for an asscher-cut center stone, we recommend investing well in the loose diamond’s clarity grade. Significant blemishes are more likely to be noticed when looking at the diamond from its table.
A square-cut halo engagement ring has truly extraordinary sparkle. On-trend yet vintage-inspired, this French-set halo style features tiny diamonds set closely together for seamless brilliance. The subtle split in this band as it meets the setting adds to its antique feel.
The modern bypass swirl of micropavé diamonds in this engagement ring is a delightful contrast to its asscher-cut center diamond. A juxtaposition of curved and angled lines, it is an intriguing combination that celebrates brilliant craftsmanship.
The tapered pavé diamond band of this classic Ritani engagement ring accentuates the iconic square shape of its princess-cut diamond. Set in four prongs, with a timeless silhouette, this engagement ring is characterized by extraordinary sparkle and bold angles. A choice of precious metal in the setting makes the style uniquely yours.
Which of these square cut engagement rings is your favorite? Do you prefer princess-cut diamonds or asscher-cut diamonds? Let us know in the comments!