Styles of Engagement Rings
Three-Stone Engagement Ring
The three-stone rings feature a center diamond with two similar diamonds on either side. They are said to have great sentimental value as the three stones represent the past, present and future of the relationship. Princess and round cut diamonds are the most popular choices for the center stone in a three-stone ring. The two side diamonds are approximately half the carat weight as the center diamond. is usually The diamonds can be prong-set, basket-set or bezel-set.
Side-Stone Engagement Ring
Sidestone rings feature a center diamond flanked by two or more comparatively smaller diamonds on either side of it. Sidestone rings look more radiant and bright because of the additional diamonds and how they make the center stone look more distinct, bigger and shinier!
Split Shank Engagement Ring
A split shank ring features a band that splits as it reaches the center stone. These are one of the modern styles of engagement rings. This style of engagement ting is a nice choice for elongated center diamonds such as pear, oval and marquise as it helps to visually balance the diamond. These split shank rings can also have micro pave diamonds on the band to make it look extraordinary and grand! A halo can also be incorporated into a split shank ring.
A bridal or wedding set consist of an engagement ring and a wedding band that complement each other and look quite consistent. Wedding and engagement rings, when bought separately can be hard to match accurately, especially if it’s very unique or intricate ring. But a bridal set ensures that both the rings fit perfectly together. Also, a bridal set is also often coordinated with the groom’s wedding ring.