Engagement Ring Styles

Your engagement ring is a personal symbol of your love and moment.

It should complement your style.

Solitaire engagement rings

Classic and timeless rings that feature one center diamond.

They truly showcase the beauty of the diamond, with no distraction.

solitaire ring

Side stone engagement rings

Side stones complement the center diamond and add more sparkle with smaller diamonds on the ring’s shank.

The side stones can be set in prongs or channel setting.

side stones ring

Halo engagement rings

The ultimate in sparkle. The center diamond is surrounded by smaller diamonds as well as the ring’s shank.

The halo ring setting creates the illusion that the center diamond is larger.

halo ring

Petite engagement rings

Petite settings usually only allow for up to 0.75 carat diamonds for the center. This is because the rings are constructed with less gold weight and smaller side diamonds.

Petite settings allow budget conscious shoppers to maximize the number of diamonds without sacrificing style.

petite ring

Ring Metals

Your engagement ring can be made with different precious metals.

14 karat white or yellow gold

Gold is the most common precious metal used in fine jewelry. It is less expensive than platinum and offers great value.

14 karat gold is known for its strength and it’s ease to polish or repair. Choose white or yellow gold based on your personal preference.

Gold metal

Platinum

A very rare precious metal, about 30 times rarer than gold. Platinum definitely will complement a diamond's brilliance.

The advantages to platinum are that it is the strongest of precious metals. It is hypoallergenic, resistant to damage, and will endure for a long time.

Gold metal
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