Engagement Ring Styles

Learn about the precious metal options available, including appearance, durability, and price, to choose the ideal metal for you.

Solitaire

A diamond solitaire ring displays a stunning single stone, simple but boldly beautiful yet classic and traditional.

Classic

Simple, cleaning lines that have been, and always will be, in style. Classic style features small or large diamonds on the sides of the engagement ring.

Three-Stone

Three sparkling diamonds symbolize your past, present, and future together.

Channel Set

It features side diamonds embedded into a grooved channel of the band.

Halo

The center diamond of any shape is encircled by smaller, perfectly matched stones.

Vintage

Channeling the greatest fashions from 20-100 years ago, think elegance and intricacy. Some elements of vintage style include multigrain, hand engraving, and unique metal work.

Split Shank

Split Shank rings allow you to be creative, and add a little bit of edge. Split shank feature a split on the engagement ring shank. The split could be subtle or more dramatic.

Gemstone Mounting

For a variety of reasons, couples often choose to get engaged using a precious gem as the the center or accent stone on their ring. This creates a unique look and can have benefits like being more affordable. There are many precious gemstones that can be used to craft an engagement ring.