Since engagement rings are made to be worn every day, it’s not surprising that many people look for one that is classic and elegant. Solitaire designs allow the center diamond to command focus, producing lots of sparkle. A plain band ensures a comfortable wear, and a timeless look.
This ring’s tulip setting tapers towards the center diamond, maximizing its effect. A cathedral setting raises the diamond above the band so that it meets the light from every angle.
A knife-edge runs along the band of this solitaire engagement ring. This adds another angle for the light to reflect off, adding even more shine. The thin band allows for the diamond to truly take center-stage. It comfortably pairs with wedding bands on the finger, without looking bulky.
The ‘X’ carved into this engagement ring’s setting brings an extra romantic touch. A smooth and even band creates a solitaire ring with truly timeless appeal. The beauty of styles such as these is that you can pair them with any diamond or gemstone shape.
A bezel setting is extremely secure for holding your center stone in place. This semi-bezel style allows light to reach your diamonds from the sides, highlighting the girdle and showcasing its depth. This is a modern solitaire that has a very different feel from the currently popular halo style.
Discreetly embellished with side diamonds, the solitaire setting is raised above an elegant platinum band. This is a simple style with a touch of extra sparkle; perfect for those wanting a ring that is special, yet classic.
Six princess-cut diamonds are channel-set into this ring’s band, bordering the center stone with stunning sparkle. Channel-set diamonds securely and smoothly sit within the band, for a comfortable wear.
Which is your favorite solitaire style? Do you prefer a slimmer or more substantial band? Let us know in the comments!