Although jewellery surely falls into the notoriously fast moving, unpredictable and sporadic sphere of fashion - buying an engagement ring shouldn’t be a compulsive reaction to whatever the internet is drooling over at any given time. Take your time and find a design that is evergreen to you.
But for now - strap yourself in and let’s dig into the internet’s most viewed, liked, regrammed, pinned and shared engagement rings of February 2017. Which is your favourite?
“Bold and in your face, this double halo is the Queen of sparkle! The cushion shaped diamond halo works in harmony with the round stone and adds a break from the norm. This ring makes beautiful use of height with each halo on a different level and softly angled to display the small stones to their full glory.” – Christo E. (Designer)
“Our Leila is an evergreen design - the quintessential diamond halo engagement ring. A halo like this is your go-to element to complement your center diamond and make it appear a little bigger. This is a delicate and minimalist design, ideal for the lady who loves to mix it up with a couple of stack rings or wedding bands.” Christo E. (Designer)
“Fine diamond accents have been used to liven up a classic oval diamond solitaire with a vintage touch. The center diamond stands proudly on a straight band, stylish in it’s simplicity. The oval cut diamond elegantly elongates the finger as it draws attention down the finger instead of across. One often overlooked fantastic benefit of using an oval cut diamond is it simply looks larger than any other shape of the same weight. ” – Christo E. (Designer)
“Here we have a contemporary design that makes a statement. The floating halo adds volume to the design without the bulk while we have the center stone rocking out as a strong focal point. The tube setting adds a crisp, clean look to the ring with a touch of vintage detail to beautifully round off this design.” – Christo E. (Designer)
“A throwback to the romantic era of the master goldsmiths using a yellow gold band and a delicately crafted white gold or platinum/palladium setting. The use of eight claws allows for each claw to be a lot finer while still holding the cushion shaped diamond firmly in place. We have chosen a classic knife edge shank that draws the eye to the centre stone. Our Janet is a timeless no-frills engagement ring design for those that prefer simple yet unique settings. As an added bonus Janet is highly customisable and can be manufactured in quite a few colour combinations.” – Karin N. (Designer)
Thank you for reading.
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