If you have a $100000 budget for purchasing the perfect engagement ring, then you can select high-quality, luxurious, rare diamonds and gemstones that will leave your bride speechless. When spending that amount of money, you certainly want to ensure you’re buying a ring that’s worth it. That’s why we’ve compiled the top 15 engagement rings for $100000.
Are you looking for a specific type of $100k ring, or do you want to make a custom ring? Feel free to start a discussion with our jewelry experts.
1. The Wicklow Ring
Price: $96,000. Learn more about the Wicklow Ring.
A stunning combination of diamonds and 18k white gold is featured in this vintage ring. The center diamond is an emerald-cut, 3.07-carat diamond with the highest grade in color. A tapered baguette-cut diamond adorns each shoulder and emphasizes the center stone’s transparency and sparkle.
2. The Norristown Ring
Price: $92,000. Learn more about the Norristown Ring.
In a word, the Norristown ring is elegant. Most importantly, this ring features a stunning prong-set, 6.00-carat pear-cut center diamond. Additional diamonds adorn the prongs, shoulders, and the entire gallery rail. This delicate ring is a prime example of a low-complexity design yielding high levels of luxury and style.
3. The Hudson Ring
Price: $95,000. Learn more about the Hudson Ring.
This breathtaking emerald halo ring features a 5.91-carat old European-cut diamond surrounded by a 1.00-carat halo of calibre-cut emeralds. The stunning halo is bordered by fine milgrain on either side, and the under-gallery is decorated by beautiful openwork. Finally, this platinum ring displays additional single-cut diamonds set in kite-shaped bezels on either shoulder
4. The Brilliant Cut Diamond Engagement Ring
Price: $88,000. Learn more about the Brilliant Cut Diamond Engagement Ring.
The center diamond is a round, brilliant-cut diamond weighing 5.09 carats. Due to the four-pronged head, the diamond looks even larger. A tapered baguette-cut diamond adorns each shoulder, connecting the center stone to the platinum band. The band doesn’t have any details or engravings, so all the attention remains on the three beautiful diamonds.
5. The Boonton Ring
Price: $68,000. Learn more about the Boonton Ring.
This antique ring was handcrafted circa 1930 and features a gorgeous 9.59-carat, pear-cut natural sapphire as it’s center stone, while it is accentuated by two 0.50 side diamonds. Further ornamentation is found in the form of additional smaller diamonds adorning the gallery rail and styling hand engravings along the shank.
6. The Dutchess Ring
Price: $72,000. Learn more about the Dutchess Ring.
This antique ring was crafted in 14k white gold circa 1950. It revolves around a large old European-cut diamond weighing 4.25 carats, with two tapered baguette-cut diamonds on the shoulders that add to its beauty. Due to their specific position and angle, the shoulders look transparent. In short, this ring is a true classic.
7. The Crawford Ring
Price: $90,000. Learn more about the Crawford Ring.
If the bride is a fan of halos or sapphires, or better yet both, then you should consider this ring. Decorated with 4 pavé-set diamonds on each shoulder, openwork in the under-gallery, and fine milgrain bordering the French-cut sapphire halo, this ring is rather graceful and stylish. However, the star of this ring is it’s antique asscher-cut 5.03-carat diamond.
8. The Haydon Ring
Price: $90,000. Learn more about the Haydon Ring.
This antique Art Deco ring was crafted in platinum circa 1920. The old European-cut diamond is 5.81 carats and is prong-set on a crown-style gallery rail. What’s more, this classic solitaire engagement ring features detailed hand engravings along the shoulders and shank. There’s no doubt that whoever receives such an impressive ring will be beyond happy.
9. The Shoreham Ring
Price: $65,500. Learn more about the Shoreham Ring.
This outstanding platinum engagement ring features a 4.37-carat, bezel-set, old European-cut center diamond with a surrounding halo of pavé-set old European cut diamonds. Bordering either side of the halo is fine milgrain and accent diamonds adorn the shoulders. Finally, a prominent and beautiful display of leaf design openwork, with additional diamonds, decorates the gallery.
10. The Sherbrooke Ring
This is another hand-crafted platinum ring with a three-stone setting. Two nearly colorless, trapezoid-shaped diamonds are on the sides and complement the center stone, a beautiful, Asscher-cut diamond. It weighs 4.20 carats and is also nearly colorless. Due to its compact size and shape, it looks good on both narrow and wider fingers.
11. The Scandia Ring
Price: $88,000. Learn more about the Scandia Ring.
This distinctive and glamorous 18k white gold ring features a marquise-cut fancy light pink diamond weighing 1.02 carats and set in 18k yellow gold. The 18k yellow gold setting extends to support a halo of brilliant round diamonds. A secondary halo of round brilliant-cut diamonds surrounds the first and a cluster of diamonds encloses them both. Finally, rows of diamonds adorn the tri-split shank.
12. The Bauer Ring
Price: $85,000. Learn more about the Bauer Ring.
This ring is nothing short of glorious- it features a 4.26-carat, prong-set, old European-cut center diamond. Two baguette-cut accent diamonds are on either side, with an additional 8 round brilliant diamonds adorning each side of the gallery. This beautiful engagement ring was handcrafted in platinum and the additional diamonds total 1.00 carat.
13. The Tropea Ring
Price: $85,000. Learn more about the Tropea Ring.
If green is the bride’s color, then consider this emerald halo ring.
The antique cushion-cut center diamond is 5.49 carats. Surrounding the diamond is a calibre French-cut emerald halo that continues down the shoulder. An emerald triangle connects the center diamond to each shoulder. The total emerald weight is 2.10 carats.
Finally, this handcrafted platinum ring features swirling pattern openwork along the gallery.
14. The Hillcrest Ring
Price: $120,000. Learn more about the Hillcrest Ring.
Rubies symbolize love, loyalty, wisdom, and wealth. Hence, it’s no wonder that a natural ruby is the center stone of this luxurious engagement ring. The heated, cushion-cut ruby weighs an impressive 12.98 carats and originates from Burma. Two shield-cut diamonds on the shoulders emphasize the ruby’s size and color.
15. The Devon Ring
Price: $70,000. Learn more about the Devon Ring.
This absolutely stunning platinum engagement ring features an old European-cut center diamond of 4.22 carats. Additional diamonds constituting 1.40 carats are found decorating much of the ring. Diamonds are set along the entire gallery, with larger ones where the shoulders begin. The shoulders are tapered and diamonds adorn their perimeter.
16. The Swiss Ring
Price: $65,000. Learn more about the Swiss Ring.
This stunning antique ring was handcrafted in platinum circa 1950. The star of this ring is of course the center diamond. The old European-cut diamond weighs approximately 4.12 carats and is held by four prongs. The shoulders each feature a 0.30-carat tapered baguette-cut diamond with I color and VS1 clarity grades.
17. The Shaftsbury Ring
Price: $72,000. Learn more about the Shaftsbury Ring.
This opulent ring features a transitional-cut center diamond of 5.05 carats, surrounded by a halo of diamonds and cabochon-cut sapphires forming a striking sunburst design. The tapered shoulders are set with additional diamonds and sapphires, bringing the total sapphire and diamond weights to 0.84 and 5.69 carats respectively. Finally, decorating the under-gallery of this special ring is detailed openwork.
18. The Colborne Ring
Price: $80,000. Learn more about the Colborne Ring.
This next ring features a 3.00-carat, emerald-cut diamond surrounded by a halo of baguette and trapezoid-cut diamonds. The shoulders are set with round brilliant-cut diamonds and openwork patterns decorate the under-gallery. The center stone of this platinum ring is also very very slightly included and is GIA-certified.
19. The Paterson Ring
The Paterson Ring is perfect for brides that want to stand out from the crowd with an extravagant piece of jewelry. It features an exquisite 7.07-carat fancy yellow emerald-cut diamond as the center stone. The ring is platinum with a yellow gold bezel for the center diamond. Two rows of small brilliant-cut diamonds wrap around the center stone, while micro-pave diamonds adorn the split shank.
20. The Haddon Ring
Price: $140,000. Learn more about the Haddon Ring.
This exquisite platinum ring is perfect for brides who love sapphires and expect the best. The 4.09-carat, antique asscher-cut center diamond is surrounded by a halo of natural French-cut sapphires. Additionally, each shoulder is adorned with a tapered baguette-cut diamond. Finally, the under-gallery is decorated with web pattern openwork.
21. The Golders Green Ring
Price: $85,000. Learn more about the Golders Green Ring.
The center diamond of this platinum ring is a 5.72-carat old European-cut diamond with very slight inclusions. It’s sparkle is emphasized by a halo of French-cut sapphires decorated with delicate milgrain. Besides milgrain, the ring features numerous subtle, yet impressive details.
Notice the intricate openwork filigree in the under-gallery and the diamonds adorning the shoulders. The triple wire shank adds a final touch to the ring’s beauty without stealing the spotlight from the center stone.
22. The Bethpage Ring
Nothing says bold and unique like the Bethpage ring. It features a 4.04-carat, fancy yellow, emerald-cut diamond with VVS2 clarity. The diamond is bezel-set in yellow gold, highlighting its color and creating an interesting contrast with the rest of the platinum ring. Small, prong-set diamonds surround the center stone and adorn the shoulders, creating an eye-catching effect.
23. The Hemingway Ring
Price: $86,000. Learn more about the Hemingway Ring.
If you’re looking for a classic but effective ring, this one might be a perfect choice. This timeless design features a 5.21-carat old European-cut diamond set in prongs. Along the shoulders, you’ll find smaller diamonds that embellish the visible part of the shank. If you look at the ring from the sides, you’ll notice the bridge of this original Art Deco Era ring is adorned with additional diamonds.
24. The Bayard Ring
This is another hand-crafted Art Deco Era ring, and it showcases a near-colorless 3.50-carat old European-cut diamond in the center. Small diamonds and fine milgrain emphasize the center stone’s beauty and ensure the ring looks impressive from every angle. Intricate engravings embellish the entire visible part of the shank, making this ring even more stunning.
25. The Cushion-Cut Diamond Engagement Ring
This ring centers around a 4.04-carat, cushion-cut diamond. A beautiful halo of 20 smaller old European-cut diamonds surrounds the center stone and complements it’s shape. The center diamond and the halo are set in platinum-topped 18k gold, and this unusual addition makes this ring interesting. Three diamonds embellish each shoulder, connecting the halo to the shank.
Our jewelers hand-crafted this ring, and if you like it, we can recreate it for you. Please reach out to us for further information.
26. The Genesee Ring
If you want a true classic, then a solitaire ring won’t let you down; as far as solitaire rings go, this one certainly is a prime example of how interesting and breathtaking they can be. The Genesee Ring originates from the 1950s and showcases an impressive 6.01-carat Asscher-cut diamond set in double prongs as the center stone.
27. The Sussex Ring
This ring is an excellent example of how well diamonds and rubies go together.
A gorgeous antique cushion-cut diamond that weighs 7.00 carats is the center stone of this lively ring. A halo of calibrated French-cut natural rubies surrounds the stone, creating a wonderful contrast, while milgrain adds a delicate touch to the ring. You’ll notice three diamonds on each shoulder that connect the halo to an excellent tripe wire shank.
28. The Ottsville Ring
Three-stone settings may not be typical for engagement rings, but their uniqueness is precisely why many like them. A 5.78-carat fancy yellow diamond prong-set in yellow gold is this ring’s central character. On each side, you’ll see an emerald-cut diamond of approximately 0.75 carats highlighting the center stone’s impressive color perfectly.
29. The Orford Ring
Price: $68,000. Learn more about the Orford Ring.
The Orford Ring displays a 5.15-carat antique elongated cushion-cut diamond surrounded by natural French-cut sapphire halo. This platinum ring also features a tasteful openwork under-gallery. If the bride loves sapphires and is a fan of the popular halo ring, then this is a great option.
30. The Sanremo Ring
If you’re looking for a ring with extra sparkle, look no further. The Sanremo ring revolves around a 5.05-carat emerald-cut diamond. Due to the cut, the diamond has a large surface and deep clarity that will catch everyone’s eye. Calibrated baguette-cut diamonds are placed along the shoulders to enhance the effect further.
Talk to an Engagement Ring Expert
Buying an engagement ring in the $100000 price range may seem easy, but a wide array of beautiful, high-end diamonds and gemstones proves otherwise. We hope our selection of the top 30 engagement rings for $100000 helped you on your mission and that you’ve narrowed down your choices or perhaps even found the perfect one.
In any case, if you have questions regarding any of the rings from our collection, don’t hesitate to reach out.