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The World’s Most Popular Engagement Ring Designs (March 2017)

Posted by Johan Poggenpoel on Mar 30, 2017 3:55:53 PM

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Looks like an episode of Halo's Gone Mad, doesn't it? Seems like it.

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?

 

Janise Classic Diamond Wedding Set 

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“The Janise Wedding Set is a light dainty design that is aimed at flaunting the main gem and is better paired as a wedding set. It portrays a classic style from the top, yet has a special finish for the detail on the side. This wedding set is fresh and timeless.” Marco B. (Designer)

 

 

Janine Floral Halo Diamond Engagement Ring 

 

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“We have a whimsical ring here with a fresh take on the classic halo.  The ring is soft and rounded, something a little different with understated elegance. We took a more simplistic approach to the traditional vintage motif, the design makes lovely use of clean lines and negative space.” – Christo E. (Designer)

 

Elva Royal Engagement Ring 

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Our Elva design is heavily inspired by the classic ring Princess Diana selected for herself in 1981. Often referred to as the most recognisable jewellery design we're proud to showcase a toned down version of her 12 carat blue sapphire masterpiece.

 

Ida "Snowflake" Diamond Ring

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“We have fondly nicknamed this ring the snowflake. This design cleverly uses the claws holding the stones to create its visual impact. We often try to keep the claws as small and out of sight as possible, it's fun to turn the tables every now and then. The result is a stunning ring with a lot of character. ” – Christo E. (Designer)

Thank you for reading. 

Johan Poggenpoel ([email protected])

 

Topics: Engagement Rings Advice, Engagement Ring Advice, Palladium, Engagement Ring Design