Solitaire Engagement Rings
Solitaire engagement rings are a classic, iconic style. Solitaires have symbolized engagement for many years and are always a great option regardless of engagement ring trends.
Many choose a solitaire ring for its classic elegance and ability to showcase the diamond. Although it is a very simple design there are many options for stone cut, size, color, and metal type to distinguish the ring. The most popular stone shape for a solitaire ring is the round brilliant. Other popular styles for solitaire diamond rings are cushion, princess, radiant, and pear.
Within the solitaire engagement ring style there are many popular variations:
oval solitaire engagement rings
classic engagement rings
rose gold solitaire engagement ring
round solitaire engagement ring
emerald cut solitaire engagement rings
princess cut solitaire engagement rings
pear-shaped solitaire engagement ring
rose gold solitaire engagement rings
gold solitaire engagement ring
cushion cut solitaire engagement rings
Three Stone and Halo Engagement Rings
Three Stone: There are various different meanings behind this style of engagement ring, with the most popular being the representation of past, present, and future. Another popular meaning is that the three stones represent friendship, love, and fidelity. The three-stone rings feature a center stone accented by two diamonds or gemstones on either side. This style of ring can be modern, antique, vintage, or even a custom design.
If you have a specific ring design in mind, creating your own one-of-a-kind three stone ring is an excellent option. Provident Jewelry can help you design and create the ring of your dreams to your exact specifications.
Three Stone Vintage Engagement Rings
You may also find your ideal ring in our selection of estate engagement rings. These vintage rings have their own history and character, making the three-stone ring even more interesting. With one of our estate diamond rings, you will also be wearing something rare and one-of-a-kind.
When selecting a 3 stone engagement ring, you’ll find your setting the same way you would any other ring. After choosing your setting you will select the perfect trio of stones. You will want to choose side stones that are no more or less than one color letter away from your center stone so the diamonds will appear similar in color.
Halo Engagement Ring
This has become a very popular style in recent years. The halo ring is a type of setting where a stone is surrounded by a ring of round pavé or micro-pavé diamonds. A halo setting can also make your budget go further as a halo setting may make the center stone look up to a half-carat bigger. There are many different halo ring variations, so you have a lot of choices. The halo around the center stone could be round, squarish, or diamond-shaped. The band can be white, yellow, or rose gold, and the band can meet the center diamond in a straight, twisted, or double-ringed design.
Here are a few other popular halo ring design variations:
- Double halo diamond ring
- Starburst floral diamond halo ring
- Split shank halo engagement ring
- Plain shank halo engagement ring
- Pave halo engagement ring
- Princess cut halo diamond rings
- Pear-shaped diamond halo ring
- Oval halo diamond engagement ring
Colored Diamond and Gemstone Engagement Rings
Many couples desire a gemstone engagement ring that doesn’t feature a diamond. Some very popular gemstone engagement rings are rubies, sapphires, and emeralds, but an engagement ring can have whatever gemstone you would like! Some opt for a vintage gemstone engagement ring – and there are some pretty extraordinary options in our collection!
You may also choose to design your own gemstone engagement ring. You can select the stone and setting to create something original and exactly to your personal tastes.
Colored Diamond Engagement Rings
Diamonds come in an array of hues that could be selected for an engagement ring. The rarest of the natural colored diamonds are red, purple, blue, pink, and green – and the deeper the color, the rarer. The most popular color for engagement rings today is yellow. Diamonds are graded on a scale of letters from D to Z. Most colors are invisible until J, K or L. Diamonds graded with the letter Z are considered fancy yellow diamonds.
Regardless of the color, setting, or style of engagement ring you choose, you should always try to select the best color, cut, and carat available within your budget. At Provident Jewelry we have an amazing selection of one-of-a-kind engagement rings that will speak to one’s personality and tastes.