Ritani’s most popular engagement rings are a unique collection of classic, vintage and contemporary styles. These types of engagement rings are all different yet equally stunning. Each woman wants a ring that reflects her own distinctive tastes – and will do so through the years to come.
Halos are currently big news. The engagement ring of the year – Daisy Buchanan’s, as worn by Carey Mulligan in The Great Gatsby – was an ode to art deco luxury and form. The pavé setting allows diamonds to sit closer together on the metal; this technique was developed in the 1920s. It creates an endless stream of brilliance, for a truly glamorous piece of jewelry.
For many, elegant simplicity is ideal. If you live an active lifestyle or have a minimalist, classic style, you can’t go wrong with a solitaire diamond ring. Round diamonds are by far the most popular, and a knife-edge band adds a subtle yet interesting detail.
A hybrid of the two previous styles, a French-set band with a solitaire diamond brings extra sparkle, without the weight of a halo. The beauty of your center diamond’s cut is amplified by the band’s brilliance; no wonder this is such an appealing design.
Another popular style by Ritani, a double French-set ‘V’ band combines smooth, curved lines with stunning sparkle. A split shank is a vintage touch to a timeless treasure.
Our designers take great pride in our Masterworks collection. A cushion halo rests atop a triple diamond band, exhibiting incredible sparkle. This is a ring to stop traffic.
Our modern bypass setting emphasizes the gorgeous curves of round and oval cut diamonds. A pavé band that splits just before it reaches the center stone, it is a distinctive design that embraces classic and contemporary influences.
Which is your favorite Ritani engagement ring?