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Ring Types




A style that has withstood the test of time to remain one of the most popular choices for engagement rings is the Solitaire. The ring showcases the center diamond like no other, allowing the beauty to shine. Elegance is found through the simplicity and cleanliness of design. Altering the thickness of the band gives this style the ability to compliment any finger type.



If your desire is to get the most sparkle and life out of your engagement ring, one of the best ways to accomplish this is the Halo style. The halo represents a row (or sometimes two rows) of diamonds that surround the center stone. The effect of this design is to increase both the appearance of size and the amount of sparkle.



Vintage and antique styles of engagement rings feature intricate designs on the undergallery, milgrain details, or filigree/scrollwork patterns throughout the ring. If you are in search of something expressive in a unique yet classical style, many vintage-styled rings will suit your needs.



A classic alternative to the solitaire style, the 3 stone engagement ring utilizes 2 stones on opposing sides of the center stone to complement and enhance its overall look. Typically set higher than the side stones, the center stone remains the focal point of the ring. The side stones serve to enhance the overall radiance of the ring.