Classic Engagement Rings
Classic engagement rings. Halos and split shanks, milgrain and pave. These ring designs are timeless, but they're anything but boring. And you can still make…
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There's a distinctive sparkle to an asscher cut -- with flashes of light coming off those larger step cut facets, rather than the more intense dazzle from a brilliant cut. A gorgeous, delicate setting with just two small accent gems on each shoulder -- a design the customer had pictured and described to our team quite precisely, and almost exactly as you see it in the finished ring.
What a pretty, floral halo with so much vintage styling! Graceful, milgrain-lined curves, and tons of sparkle all along the band. Andrew worked with us to design this ring for his partner, and he left us the kind of review we just love to see: "This was the best experience ever!!! It turned out better than I could’ve ever hoped!" 💗⠀
With a little advice from his girlfriend's sister, our customer set us on the path of an oval center stone with a sunburst halo. We explored some cute, whimsical ideas inspired by their cartoon nicknames (Milk and Mocha Bear), but ultimately decided on a more classic concept -- a ring they could pass down to the next generation. The result is this gorgeous engagement ring with its elegant, sparkling curves framing the vivid red of the ruby center stone.
This moissanite engagement ring packs a whole lot of sparkle. It has a knife edge band, which allows two sparkling lines of moissanite on the angled sides while keeping the look quite light. The center stone is a bright, beautiful round moissanite set in 6 prongs, shaped to accent the modern styling.
Classy, minimal, delicate. This look takes the classic vining band and makes it ultra-light, but layered onto a solid band -- creating a delicate look but with a lot of durability for daily wear. The proportions of the three-stone setting came straight from this customer's inspiration photos, and he asked us to set garnet on one side and ruby on the other, looking for that bit of difference between the deeper red of the garnet, and the lighter, pinkish-red of a small ruby.⠀
This one's for the emerald cut lovers out there! Designed for a woman with small hands and a love of all things vintage, the goal of this design was to create a dainty ring with some of that vintage inspiration. And the emerald cut brings in that instant classic look. A pretty taper, some well-proportioned side stones, and a band with just a bit of eye-catching variation in diamond sizes.. it's a look that's all about understated class. Gorgeous set!⠀
Here's a rose cut in action! I love the look of this cut on this moonstone. In fact, I'm not sure we've ever made a ring with a rose cut moonstone before, and it's always fun to find a new combination! The color play here is wonderful -- with the blue-ish hue of the adularescent moonstone reflected in the aqua side stones, and the bright sparkle of the sunburst arrangement from the matching band. A gorgeous look that started from this customer's sketched ideas! 😍
What a gorgeous cluster ring! Cluster arrangements can be so varied in terms of the balance and scale of the gems, the mix of shapes and colors, the prominence of the center stone or larger 'anchor' stones. I love the balance and sparkle of this one! Tons of sparkle in this eye-catching asymmetrical arrangement! 🤩 And, for these two track athletes, a running shoe is engraved inside the band for a little personal touch. 👟
This one's for those who love the modern trend toward dainty, delicate rings. This one's inspired by an "almost perfect" photo the customer shared, with just a few adjustments needed to get her the ideal ring. We love the curvy, floral structure and the way its accent stones create a distinctive geometry around the center stone.
We worked with this customer to create the perfect bridal set. She showed us lots of inspiration photos and highlighted that she wanted nature inspiration in the look and a snug/comfortable fit for the two rings together with as little as possible to snag or catch. So we went with smooth, curvy lines all tucked together and a low profile center setting (just high enough for the band to tuck under).