Top 30 Diamond Engagement Rings for $70000 November 29, 2021 – Posted in: Jewelry Blog
With a budget of $70,000, finding a diamond engagement ring should be easy. But choosing the right one is another thing entirely. The engagement ring you pick could determine the course of your relationship. But don’t worry – we are here to help.
At Estate Diamond Jewelry, we offer a stunning selection of diamond engagement rings. Take a look at our top 30 diamond engagement rings for a budget of $70,000.
The Bayside ring is an elegant, handcrafted ring with an old European-cut diamond in the center. It supports a lower profile, and the head of the ring is surrounded by a halo of diamonds and three baguette-cut diamonds on each side of the ring. The center stone weighs 4.29 carats and looks impeccable with VS2 clarity and K2 color. The center diamond, combined with the majestic open-work at the sides of the gallery, makes this ring an excellent choice.
The Weybridge ring is a beautiful original vintage ring, centering a GIA-certified emerald-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.15 carats. The ring’s head is decorated with round old-cut diamonds and lovely natural caliber-cut sapphires. Altogether, the diamonds add up to 2.81 carats. The under-gallery displays a tank-scroll motif, and the outstanding retro design is accentuated by the pure F color and VVS1 clarity of the center diamond. These two quality-determining factors put this diamond engagement ring in a class of its own.
Glen Ridge Ring
If you are looking for a charming, traditional diamond engagement ring, then the Glen Ridge ring might be right for you. The center diamond is a dazzling antique cushion-cut 4.69-carat diamond. It has I color and VS2 clarity. The shoulders of the ring are adorned with pave-set old European-cut diamonds. This combination gives the ring a fashionable and lavish appearance. The ring has a low profile, which makes it appear elegant from the side.
A majestic and rare diamond and yellow gold ring is the perfect choice for those looking for luxury. The center stone is a round-cut 4.51-carat diamond. It’s surrounded by a halo of old European-cut diamonds, which are set in 18k yellow gold. The center diamond stands out naturally due to the contrast of colors. Since this diamond is so rare, the Astoria ring might sell out quickly. If you like it, be sure to contact us as soon as possible.
The Spaulding ring is an original platinum and diamond ring, signed in 1950 by Spaulding, a famous American jeweler from the Art Deco era. The ring centers a 5.90-carat Asscher-cut diamond, which fits perfectly the shank and hallmark details. It has a simple yet elegant design, making the center diamond’s size the main element. The ring may seem plain at first, but experienced jewelers would recognize its value right away.
The Burbank ring is a magnificent three-stone ring that would appeal to bold style lovers. The center diamond has an emerald cut, a GIA certificate, and weighs 2.03 carats. What’s more, it falls in the D color category, meaning it’s colorless. The two diamonds on each flank are also GIA certified, but they have a Trillian cut. One is 0.50 carats and E color, the other 0.49 carats and D color. Smaller old European-cut diamonds are set around the three-stoned center and the ring’s shoulders.
For future brides with a sophisticated fashion sense, the Earling ring is an excellent choice. The ring features a prominent rose-cut diamond, weighing approximately 5.08 carats, encompassed by a halo of old mine-cut diamonds. Supporting the center diamond, the platinum bridge and the base are handcrafted beautifully to accentuate the ring’s beauty. The detailed open-work on the ring’s under-gallery makes the Earling ring especially breathtaking.
The Luxembourg ring is for those who want an engagement ring with an elaborate design. It features a fancy blue diamond, which is very rare, and could make a great alternative to sapphire. It’s encompassed by a double halo made of old-cut diamonds. In addition, old European-cut diamonds adorn both sides of the ring. The center diamond is GIA certified and weighs approximately 0.84 carats. Beautiful floral motif open-work filigree is displayed on the under-gallery.
The Altona ring provides a gallant combination of colors. The center diamond is a radiant old European-cut 4.20-carat, J color, and VS2 clarity diamond. It’s paired with a halo of emeralds, which emphasize the diamond’s glow even more. The elegant open-work filigree is set in handcrafted platinum. Keep in mind that this diamond is quite rare; therefore, it might sell out before you get the chance to look at it. If you like this diamond engagement ring, contact us as soon as possible.
Estate Halo Ring
The Estate Halo ring is a traditional halo-style diamond engagement ring that was made in 1910. It features a rare, antique cushion-cut diamond that weighs 5.02 carats. It’s framed by a bezel-set diamond halo with smaller antique diamonds. Since this diamond engagement ring is so large, it would best fit short and wide fingers. The ring was handmade in platinum, and it has a triple wire shank.
Bel Air Ring
The Bel Air ring is a discrete and sophisticated engagement ring. It has a lot of intricate details that aren’t visible at first glance. Small diamonds not only decorate the ring’s shoulders but the mounting as well. The hidden diamond halo can only be seen if you view the ring upside down. The center diamond has an elongated rose cut, a GIA certificate, and weighs 4.00 carats. It has a low profile and impressive details along the bridge.
For those who like black and white combinations, the Kent ring might be for you. It’s an original Art Deco ring that was made in 1925. It centers a cushion-cut diamond, which weighs approximately 4.30 carats. It’s bezel-set in buffed onyx, which has an emerald cut. To add to its simplicity, this ring displays intricate open-work on the under-gallery.
The Alperton ring features one center diamond and seven side diamonds, out of which four have GIA certificates. The 4.01-carat center diamond has a brilliant round cut, K color, and VS2 clarity. The side diamonds are prong-set in the platinum mounting, along the ring’s shoulders. The Alperton ring is a classic choice, and it would fit any future bride’s fashion sense. Solitaire diamond engagement rings will always be stylish due to their timeless design.
The Hemingway ring is so breathtaking that it will be the center of attention in any situation. It’s another solitaire engagement ring, but this one features a diamond of 5.21 carats. It’s prong-set with an old European cut, L color, and VS1 clarity. The ring’s shoulder and under-gallery are also set with smaller old European-cut diamonds. This diamond engagement ring was handcrafted in 1925 in the Art Deco era.
The Beckton Ring
The Beckton ring is a winner, and it’s even below your budget. It’s a solitaire diamond engagement ring with modern details. The center stone is a charming old European-cut diamond, which weighs an impressive 4.73 carats. What’s more, the center diamond comes with a GIA certificate, which is available upon request. It’s held by six prongs in a medium-profile setting, with smaller diamonds aligned along the shoulders. The Beckton ring is a vintage piece handcrafted in the 1950s.
If you’re hoping to find a diamond engagement ring that no one else has, take a look at the Olivette ring. Thanks to the interesting bow motif it displays on both shoulders, this ring is one of a kind. The old European-cut diamond still manages to steal the show, with its 3.43 carats. Not only are there more small old European-cut diamonds set all over the box motif, but they’re also engraved along the shank of the ring.
For those who enjoy extravagance, the Scandia ring will undoubtedly capture the attention of everyone in the room. Every inch of the ring is covered with diamonds. At the center is a 1.02 marquise-cut pink diamond surrounded by several diamond halos that follow the same shape. Differently-cut diamond clusters embellish the ring’s shoulders, shank, and mounting. The ring is set in 18k white gold. This diamond engagement ring is a statement piece, and you wouldn’t need it to pair it with other jewelry.
Brilliant Cut Diamond Engagement Ring
This diamond engagement ring is so delicate and gorgeous that it shines like a star. At first glance, it may seem simply designed, but it has a lot of intricate details. First, let’s talk about the fabulous center stone. It has a brilliant cut, H color, an EGL certificate, and weighs in at 5.09 carats. It’s flanked by two baguette-cut diamonds on the ring’s shoulders. The mounting is handmade, and the ring is set in platinum. This diamond engagement ring would look flattering on any finger shape and size.
If you’re looking for a traditional diamond engagement ring with unique details, check out the Whitby ring. The ring’s mounting and head are shaped like a crown, giving it a regal and elegant appearance. The detailed mounting holds the 3.02-carat old European-cut diamond, which is also GIA certified. The ring’s shoulders and mounting are set with smaller round-cut diamonds as well. Another reason the Whitby ring is reminiscent of royalty is that it was made during the Edwardian Era, circa 1900.
The Aveyron ring has a vintage appearance and an east-west design. Since its width is accentuated, it would be more flattering on wider fingers, as the ring will make them appear thinner. A 2.05-carat old European-cut diamond is the center stone. It’s ranked with the D color category, which makes it very valuable. The diamond is set in a high profile, resembling a crown. There are hand engravings around the center diamond and along the entire length of the ring.
Estate Halo Ring
For fans of halo-style diamond engagement rings, the Estate Halo ring might be just what you’ve been looking for. It features a lively bezel-set cushion-cut diamond, which weighs 5.02 carats in total. The halo is made up of smaller antique diamonds, which follow the shape of the center gem. The ring’s shoulders are adorned with smaller diamonds. This engagement ring also features detailed open-work on the under-gallery.
Those who want a statement piece should consider the Westchester ring. Instead of a traditional solitaire engagement ring, the Westchester ring has three center stones. The one in the middle is the largest, as it weighs 2.01 carats. It has a cushion cut, E color, SI1 clarity, and a GIA certificate. The side diamonds also have cushion cuts, and they’re GIA certified. One is 1.13 carats with F color and SI2 clarity, while the other is 1.00 carat with G color and SI1 clarity.
The Devon ring is truly unique. It’s a vintage Art Deco engagement ring handcrafted in 1925 and features a 4.53-carat cushion-cut diamond. What makes this diamond engagement ring extra special are the ring’s shoulders. They’re separated into three sections, which are joined together at the bottom of the shoulders. Antique diamonds adorn all three parts, giving it a vintage, elegant appearance. The antique diamonds also cover the ring’s low-profile mounting.
The Garland ring is beautiful no matter from which angle you look at it. It was handcrafted in the 1930s, so it’s an original Art Deco piece. If the carat weight is an essential factor to you, this ring weighs an astounding 6.03 carats. The prong-set diamond also has an old European cut. As if the center diamond wasn’t enough, there are smaller diamonds along the ring’s shoulders as well.
For those who like geometrical shapes, the Crawford ring has a rather special design. A 2.36-carat Asscher-cut diamond is the center stone, while the halo is made up of French-cut Ceylon sapphires, which are extremely valuable. To top it all off, two bezel-set bullet-shaped diamonds are on the ring’s shoulders, weighing 0.50 carats in total. This diamond engagement ring also features a detailed filigree on the under-gallery.
The Bedworth ring is an Edwardian-style vintage engagement ring that has an enchanting design. The 4.20-carat old European-cut diamond sits on a handcrafted platinum mounting. It’s surrounded by decorative filigree from all sides, which form flower and box motifs. This platinum ring was made in 1910 in the Edwardian Era.
Bulgari Platinum and Diamond Ring
Fans of Bulgari might want to take a look at this diamond engagement ring. It’s a solitaire ring with a twist, handcrafted by Bulgari in Italy during the 1970s. The 2.23-carat solitaire diamond has a GIA certificate, E color, VVS2 clarity, and an old European cut. The diamond is prong-set on an elongated east-west setting, and its exact measurements are 8.42mm by 8.48mm by 5.04mm.
The Mulberry ring comes from the Art Deco era, handcrafted in the 1930s. The center stone is perfectly colorless, which means it falls into the D-F color category. The prong-set diamond has 2.11 carats and a low profile. The Mulberry ring features two more baguette-cut diamonds on the platinum shoulders.
For those who prefer sapphire as the center stone, take a look at the Boonton ring. The center stone is a Ceylon sapphire with 9.59 carats. The ring’s shoulders and mounting have an attractive geometrical design. A row of diamonds is engraved on the side of the gallery. There are two more diamonds on each side of the sapphire, which together weigh 1.01 carats. This sapphire engagement ring is from the 1930s.
If you’re looking for a non-diamond center stone variant, the Lane ring features a Kashmir sapphire. Kashmir sapphires are exceedingly rare and valuable because they have an intense blue color that’s challenging to mimic. It weighs 1.81 carats and has an AGL certificate. The sapphire is enclosed by two halos that aren’t directly connected. Both halos and the ring’s shoulders are covered with small old European-cut diamonds. The ring is set in 18k white gold.
Advice for Buying Diamond Engagement Rings for $70000
Some people assume that with diamond engagement rings, it’s all about the carat weight and the cut. In reality, there are so many other factors to consider before you decide. That’s why you should shop with Diamond Estate Jewelry. We’ll help you make the right decision and answer any questions you might have about our diamond engagement rings.
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