What engagement ring style to choose?

What engagement ring style to choose?

Solitaire engagement ring :

Solitaire remains a safe bet in choosing an engagement ring. This ring set with a single diamond is one of the most popular models because of its simplicity and the romanticism that it releases

Engagement ring with side stones

An engagement ring with side stones is popular for its elegance. Set with one main diamond in the center and smaller diamonds along the sides, the ring impresses with its simplicity while adding a touch of sophistication.

Three stone engagement ring

Three diamonds are set in a continuous row along the top of the ring. This engagement ring is elegant and highly symbolic. Each diamond represents a step in the couple's life: the past, present and future.

Infinity engagement ring

This engagement ring perfectly symbolizes the couple's union. It is usually designed as an S or 8. In any case, this model is set with two diamonds or two gems.

What stone shapes for the engagement ring?

Round-brilliant

Most popular shape for a diamond, the round-brilliant cut seduces with its simplicity and ability to adapt to all types of ring. With its 58 facets, the round shape gives an incomparable brightness to your gemstone or your diamond.

Emerald

The emerald cut suits to those who wish to keep some discretion while wearing an elegant stone shape. This technique reduces the brightness of the stone. The rectangular shape brings out a vintage effect.

Pear

Close to a tear or a drop of water, pear-shaped cut is very elegant and brings out a poetic touch to your ring while providing a beautiful shine. This particular shape can be highlighted on solitaire rings.

Heart

The heart shape is particularly difficult to obtain. The cleft at the top of the stone must be strategically cut. The heart shape is designed for the most romantic couples. It symbolizes your love more concretely. A heart shaped stone is especially appropriate for small hands and solitaire rings.

Princess

Almost as brilliant as the round cut, the princess cut provides 50 facets on the stone and gives it a major shine. This technique provides a fairly original shape near a square or a rectangle. It is naturally addressed to couples who prefer moving towards angular shapes.

Square Cushion

As its name suggests, the square cushion cut provides a shape close to cushions, with a square basis but rounded corners which strongly enhance the brilliance of the stone. With its curves, this shape has been one of the most popular before the arrival of the round cut. It is an excellent setting choice for a solitaire ring.


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