It’s certainly possible to find various outstanding diamond engagement rings for $3500; whether you’re looking for a solitaire ring, halo-style ring, platinum or yellow gold, colored gemstones, or a pure diamond engagement ring, you can find it at Estate Diamond Jewelry.
Take a look below for our top 30 diamond engagement rings for $3500. This selection also includes engagement rings with some alternative center stones such as sapphires, aquamarines, emeralds, and other gemstones.
1. Montrose Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Montrose Ring.
Starting off our list is the sapphire halo Montrose ring. This ring features numerous round brilliant-cut diamonds surrounded by a halo of French-cut sapphires. In addition, fine milgrain borders either side of the halo to separate these elements. Finally, the shoulders are adorned with additional round brilliant diamonds, bringing the total diamond and sapphire weights to 0.70 and 0.69 carats respectively.
2. Hays Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Hays Ring.
If you’re interested in rings that just have diamonds, but also want something ornate, then the Hays ring is a great choice. Handcrafted circa 1920, this large ring features center diamonds that run vertically, thus this ring certainly has a presence on the finger. Most importantly, however, it is rather ornate as well; embellished with fine milgraine, additional diamonds, and delicate openwork, this ring stands out.
3. Elland Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Elland Ring.
If you’re weighing options between halo rings, then this one should be considered. Featuring a double halo, this ring had a subtle floral shape and an appealing mix of sapphires and diamonds.
Firstly, a center cluster of brilliant-cut diamonds is guided by additional diamonds on either side to an outer diamond halo. Then, sapphires are set between these elements in a halo as well as on each shoulder. The total diamond and sapphire weights are approximately 0.74 and 0.80 carats respectively.
4. Waverly Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Waverly Ring.
This ring certainly does a great job of emphasizing its elements through the use of clever contrast.
Firstly, the octagonal 0.42-carat center diamond is surrounded by a gap. Then, a tapered row of additional diamonds leads to the center from each shoulder. Finally, bold black natural onyx follows the diamonds’ shapes, shoulder to shoulder, creating a beautiful and cohesive ring.
5. Fairbank Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Fairbank Ring.
If wide rings appeal to you, then you may consider this ring. The center stone is a stunning old European-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.25 carats. Adding some color, calibre-cut sapphires are set straight out from each corner of the center stone to the ring’s edges. Finally, this platinum ring is decorated by openwork between the center diamond and the shoulders.
6. Wheaton Ring
Price: $3,800. Learn more about the Wheaton Ring.
If you prefer traditional diamond engagement rings, then check out the Wheaton ring. Its thin design makes it ideal for long and thin fingers, but it can also be flattering on shorter fingers since narrow bands create the illusion of length. The center stone is a 0.59-carat, old European-cut diamond. Along the ring’s shoulders and around the gallery, smaller diamonds emphasize its elegance.
7. Lindenhurst Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Lindenhurst Ring.
The Lindenhurst ring is meant for those with an affection for vintage, unique jewelry.
At the very center of the large marquise frame ring is a 0.30-carat diamond. However, the intricate openwork filigree surrounding it is the real star. Additionally, filling in some of the openwork space is a diamond in each of the cardinal directions. What’s more, this antique engagement ring was handcrafted circa 1900 and is adorned with additional diamonds along the frame’s edges.
8. Jersey Ring
Price: $3,200. Learn more about the Jersey Ring.
Handcrafted in France circa 1910, this antique ring features an old mine-cut center diamond weighing approximately 0.45 carats. Additionally, three rose-cut diamonds are set along each shoulder. This platinum on 18k yellow gold ring is quite stunning and elegant and would certainly make any bride happy.
9. Media Ring
Price: $3,800. Learn more about the Media Ring.
This antique dome-shaped ring was handcrafted in France circa 1900, and is quite a sight to see. With a total diamond weight of approximately 1.72 carats, the defining traits of this ring are it’s overall dome shape and the diamond openwork design. Make sure your bride is a fan of this type of ring, otherwise she may find it bulky. In it’s class however, this ring certainly is a marvel.
10. Edison Ring
Price: $3,800. Learn more about the Edison Ring.
If you are looking for an antique ring with delicate traits, then this ring is a great candidate. Featuring a 0.70-carat old European-cut center diamond, this antique ring was handcrafted in platinum circa 1920. Additionally, the tapered shoulders are adorned with approximately 0.09 carats worth of single-cut diamonds.
11. Califon Ring
Price: $3,800. Learn more about the Califon Ring.
This vintage ring was handcrafted in 14k white gold circa 1940 and features an old European-cut center diamond set in box prongs and weighing approximately 0.75 carats. Additionally, a single-cut diamond adorns each shoulder. This subtle ring is pure elegance, and is certainly a great choice for any bride.
12. Virginia Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Virginia Ring.
The Virginia ring is another vintage piece. The ring’s setting is quite unique, featuring detailed engravings, which continue down to the ring’s shank. The center stone is an old European-cut diamond, which weighs approximately 0.71 carats. This diamond engagement ring would fit any future bride’s style. Its delicate design would also make it look great on any finger shape.
13. Allentown Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Allentown Ring.
This vintage ring was handcrafted in 18k white gold circa 1950 and features a 0.50-carat center diamond. Above all, however, is this ring’s harmonic combination of shapes. From a top-down perspective it takes on a rectangular outline, while the profile of this ring is quite revealing. From the side we can see the curved mounting and the four shoulder diamonds forming steps up to the center stone.
14. Diamond Tiffany Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Diamond Tiffany Ring.
The Diamond Tiffany ring is a beautifully designed engagement ring that would make any bride-to-be happy. It’s a Tiffany & Co. original, featuring a round, brilliant-cut diamond weighing 0.44 carats. It has an F color rating, which means that it falls into the colorless category. The ring is set in platinum, and each shoulder is adorned with a row of smaller diamonds. It’s the perfect choice for traditional future brides.
15. Starrett Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Starrett Ring.
The Starrett ring is certainly is a great choice if you’re looking for a halo ring which is all at once subtle and mesmerizing. The center stone is an asscher-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.50 carats and holding a GIA certificate. Surrounding it is an octagonal halo of baguette and trapezoid cut diamonds. Finally, this platinum ring displays gorgeous openwork patterns in the under-gallery.
16. Groton Ring
Price: $4,200. Learn more about the Groton Ring.
Another diamond engagement ring with a vintage design, the Groton ring looks as if it came from another era. The center stone is a 0.83-carat old European-cut diamond. Additional diamonds are set on the ring’s shoulders, which narrow towards the base. The diamonds on the side weigh approximately 0.27 carats, making the overall carat weight of the entire engagement ring 1.10 carats.
17. Lakewood Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Lakewood Ring.
If the combination of diamonds with yellow gold appeal to you, then the Lakewood ring could be the ring of your dreams.
This 18k yellow gold ring has a navette shape and total diamond weight of 1.20 carats. A cluster of round brilliant-cut diamonds is found covering its surface, and an additional diamond adorns each shoulder. Finally, bold openwork decorates the gallery. Considering this ring’s dimensions, it would look best on long, thin fingers.
18. Berge Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Berge Ring.
Handcrafted circa 1940, this vintage ring features an old European-cut center diamond weighing approximately 0.60 carats. What’s more, two rows of rose-cut diamonds flow from either side of the center stone down to the shoulders. Additionally, the square shaped mounting provides interesting negative space to contrast the diamond elements.
19. Lorraine Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Lorraine Ring.
The Lorraine ring is perfect if you are a fan of rubies on yellow gold, and is easily worth considering in any case.
Handcrafted in 18k yellow gold circa 1905, this floral ring’s center cushion-cut diamond is enveloped by a cluster of additional diamonds and followed by a natural ruby halo. An additional diamond rests on each shoulder and the total diamond weight is approximately 1.00 carat.
Regarding both shape and color, this is truly a stunning piece of jewelry.
20. Torrington Ring
Price: $3,000. Learn more about the Torrington Ring.
If you’re looking for something unembellished, then this three-stone ring may be for you. This straightforward ring features three stunning diamonds and nothing else. The center is an antique cushion-cut weighing 0.45 carats, while the accompanying old mine-cut diamonds weigh approximately 0.25 carats each. Finally, this antique ring was handcrafted in 18k white gold circa 1900.
21. Carnegie Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Carnergie Ring.
This antique platinum ring was handcrafted circa 1925 and features a near colorless 0.50-carat old European-cut center diamond. Surrounding the center stone are 0.30 carats of single cut diamonds arranged in a floral shape, although the overall shape of the ring remains circular.
22. Aspen Ring
Price: $3,800. Learn more about the Aspen Ring.
Fans of the double halo style might want to take a look at the Aspen ring. Instead of a traditional round halo, the Aspen ring features two octoganal halos; an inner 0.70-carat sapphire halo, and an outer 0.40-carat diamond halo. The center stone is a 1.00-carat natural aquamarine that has a vivid teal hue. In fact, it’s so vivid that it doesn’t have inclusions visible to the naked eye.
23. Central Park Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Central Park Ring.
For those who want a diamond as the center stone and a halo made of sapphires, the Central Park ring is perfect.
Inspired by the Art Deco era, this diamond engagement ring has a sophisticated design. The antique diamond weighs 0.54 carats, and it has an old European cut. The navy-blue sapphires are so saturated, they make the diamond stand out even more. Finally, additional old European-cut diamonds adorn the shoulders, granting this ring an added touch of beauty.
24. Littleton Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Littleton Ring.
If you are a fan of emeralds, then the Littleton ring might be for you. With deep green saturation, the emerald center stone has a geometric shape and 0.79 carats. The emerald is framed by a 0.54-carat diamond halo with baguette and round-cut diamonds. Handcrafted in 14k white gold, this ring features a fine under-gallery with lovely openwork patterns.
25. Colorado Ring
Price: $3,800. Learn more about the Colorado Ring.
There are many features that make the Colorado ring an excellent choice.
For starters, it combines diamonds and sapphires with a center aquamarine. It’s surrounded by not only one, but by two halos. While the aquamarine weighs approximately 1.00 carat, the halo of French-cut natural sapphires has 0.70 carats. To top it all off, the outer halo is made up of diamonds, weighing 0.40 carats.
The Colorado ring is meant for those who don’t want uniform colors, but a bold combination.
26. Modbury Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Modbury Ring.
Evoking styles of the Art Deco era, this geometric diamond and sapphire ring is quite breathtaking.
The 0.50-carat center diamond is surrounded a rhombus shaped halo of sapphires as well as an outer diamond cluster. The ring’s overall shape persists with the outer diamonds and continues to the shoulders. Finally, diamond chevrons are found on either side pointing to the center stone. The total diamond and sapphire weights are approximately 1.54 and 0.88 carats respectively.
27. Ellington Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Ellington Ring.
While many brides-to-be want thin, discrete engagement rings, others prefer extravagant pieces that will steal the entire show; and that’s exactly what the Ellington ring achieves.
Featuring an oval-cut natural sapphire weighing 1.93 carats, this engagement ring is vintage, and was handcrafted circa 1950. A 0.60-carat halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds surrounds the center sapphire, highlighting its blue saturation. The head of the ring is rather bulky, which adds to its appeal as a bold, stand-out ring.
28. Clifden Ring
Price: $3,200. Learn more about the Clifden Ring.
The Clifden ring is meant for those who have an appreciation for fine detail. What makes it especially eye-catching is its east-west design.
At the very center is an emerald-cut aquamarine, which weighs approximately 0.89 carats. Several old European-cut diamonds are set on the platinum mounting. This engagement ring not only looks ravishing from the top but its under-gallery was made with breathtaking openwork as well. The mounting is so wide that it covers the entire width of the finger.
29. Sardinia Ring
Price: $2,800. Learn more about the Sardinia Ring.
If you’re looking for an engagement ring with a non-diamond center stone, give consideration to the Sardinia ring. Instead of a diamond, this engagement ring features a stunning aquamarine, yet retains a look which is otherwise traditional for an engagement ring.
The center aquamarine is asscher cut, 1.40 carats, and an intense light blue saturation. Double prongs hold the aquamarine from all corners, allowing it to stand out in an elegant way. Rows of diamonds adorn the shoulders and intricate engravings accentuate its shank, making the ring even more beautiful.
30. Essonne Ring
Price: $3,800. Learn more about the Essonne Ring.
For those who prefer colored gemstones to diamonds, the Esssonne ring is definitely an option worth considering. A natural peridot stone that weighs an impressive 3.99 carats is the center stone of this stylish ring. It has an emerald cut, a pure green hue, and strong saturation. In addition, the three prong design on the shoulders are adorned with old European-cut diamonds and French-cut sapphires.
Get the Diamond Engagement Ring of Your Dreams
Thankfully, engagement rings don’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Here at Estate Diamond Jewelry, we offer a wide selection of engagement rings for a budget of $3,500. If you’re interested in one of our rings around this price, or if you have any other questions, feel free to contact us.
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