Top 30 Engagement Rings for $35000January 4, 2023 – Posted in: Jewelry Blog
One of the crucial factors to consider when searching for the perfect engagement ring is the amount of money you’re willing to spend. If you’ve decided to look for engagement rings costing around $35000, you can rest assured that you’ll soon find a high-quality ring within your budget. But, with so many options within that budget, you might feel overwhelmed. That’s why we’ve compiled this guide of our top 30 engagement rings for $35000 and slightly more. Exquisite diamonds, gemstones, colors, shapes – they’re all here.
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1. The Livingston Ring
Price: $35,000. Learn more about the Livingston Ring.
Kicking off our engagement rings for $35000 list with a bang, this stunning cluster ring is sure to impress. The centered precious stone is a 4.55-carat, emerald-cut, natural Colombian emerald set with 18k yellow gold prongs. A cluster of sparkling old European cut diamonds with a total weight of approximately 1.5 carats surrounds the center stone.
2. The Wharton Ring
Price: $31,500. Learn more about the Wharton Ring.
This flower-shaped ring with a sapphire as the center stone was inspired by Princess Diana. The natural sapphire originating from Madagascar weighs 5.99 carats. The 12 petals are small, brilliant-cut diamonds that weigh 2.06 carats. Due to its large surface, this ring is suitable for wider fingers.
3. The Pierce Ring
Price: $34,000. Learn more about the Pierce Ring.
Let’s travel further back in time with this Edwardian-era antique ring, handcrafted in 18k yellow gold in 1902. The three-stone style offers several considerable diamonds, the center of which is approximately 1.44 carats. Adding to this ring’s opulence, the accompanying side diamonds are approximately 0.93 carats and 0.96 carats. This ring is certainly timeless and sure to make any bride happy.
4. The Sanremo Ring
Contact for price. Learn more about the Sanremo Ring.
If the number five carries significance for you and your bride, this ring is an excellent choice. The center stone is an emerald-cut diamond weighing 5.05 carats. The two trapezoid-shaped diamonds on each side complement the center stone and make it look bigger. Our jewelers can recreate this ring, so feel free to contact us about it.
5. The Cascais Ring
Price: $35,000. Learn more about the Cascais Ring.
The solitaire ring features a prong-set, 3.14-carat round transitional diamond cut circa 1950. The gallery displays delightful fleur de lis openwork with accompanying diamonds integrated into the design. Even more additional diamonds adorn this ring on it’s shoulders and bridge. Finally, the shank is decorated with lovely engravings; this is certainly an elegant piece in the way it incorporates the additional diamonds and the engravings without being overbearing.
6. The Tournus Ring
Price: $36,000. Learn more about the Tournus Ring.
This stunning geometric ring carries an antique, cushion-cut, 3.38-carat diamond set among a lovely array of calibre-cut natural sapphires. The sapphires form floral patterns and continue down the shoulders. Surrounding the sapphires are additional diamonds which truly highlight the sapphires’ beaming blue color. Last, but certainly not least, subtle openwork accented by diamonds is found on the gallery.
7. The Vintage Buccellati Ruby Ring
Price: $36,000. Learn more about the Vintage Buccellati Ruby Ring.
How better to make the bride feel special than to get her such a rare and special ring? This vintage cluster ruby ring, handcrafted circa 1970 in Italy, contains Mr. Mario Buccellati’s signature, leaving no doubt of it’s authenticity. It features a 7.41-carat natural Burma ruby surrounded by a diamond cluster, all set in 18k gold and finished with gorgeous engravings throughout. This ring is certainly a great example of how splendid the lively ruby-diamond combination can be.
8. The Montreal Ring
Price: $33,000. Learn more about the Montreal Ring.
The more colorful precious stones can at times offer a means by which to highlight the more prominent diamond on a ring- and what better way to add a splash of color than by the incorporation of a halo? In this instance, a 0.72-carat halo of natural French-cut sapphires goes above and beyond to accomplish just that. The more prominent stone in question is a 3.03-carat antique cushion-cut diamond. Further, diamonds can be found set along the shoulders and the under-gallery is decorated by openwork.
9. The Ludlow Ring
Price: $33,000. Learn more about the Ludlow Ring.
If you’re interested in even more sapphire halo options, then perhaps this one will better suit your needs. The 3.05-carat diamond’s emerald cut provides the ring with an octagonal shape- perfect for the accenting baguette cuts leading each shoulder, which themselves are each adorned with three additional diamonds. Lastly, the under-gallery is heavily ornamented by detailed openwork.
10. The Evora Ring
Price: $32,000. Learn more about the Evora Ring.
Continuing the sapphire halo theme, the Evora Ring offers a more unique shape. The 3.01-carat center diamond shines even brighter with the help of the 1.01 carats of surrounding sapphires. The diamond’s bezel setting provides a clean and uncluttered look, allowing it to pair smoothly with the sapphires. The halo itself continues slightly along the shoulders and there are additional triangle sapphires leading the way, bordered by fine milgrain. Additionally, two diamonds adorn each shoulder and total 0.06 carats. Finally, solidifying this ring’s heightened elegance, curling pattern openwork decorates the gallery.
11. The Bloomsburg Ring
Price: $32,000. Learn more about the Bloomsburg Ring.
A fantastic addition to the top 30 engagement rings for $35000 list, this antique Edwardian era ring was handcrafted circa 1910. Featuring a 2.13-carat center diamond and various sapphire accents, the most notable attribute of this ring is the ribbon bow ornamentation along the shoulders. Let’s not discount however the extended gallery, engravings along the band, and numerous additional diamonds.
12. The Bedworth Ring
Price: $38,000. Learn more about the Bedworth Ring.
If you are a fan of the previous ring’s ribbon bow motif, but desire a more classic look, then you might find just what you’re looking for with the Bedworth Ring. Centering a 4.18-carat diamond cut circa 1910, this engagement ring certainly checks the box for sparkle factor. Additional diamonds totaling approximately 0.69 carats adorn the ribbon bow ornamentation found along the shoulders and gallery.
13. The Doylestown Ring
Price: $38,000. Learn more about the Doylestown Ring.
If diamonds are what you’re after, then consider this stunning halo engagement ring featuring the precious stone in several designs and cuts. Firstly, the center diamond is an elongated cushion cut weighing approximately 2.02 carats. Next, we have the halo, naturally. This gorgeous feature consists of ten antique round diamonds. Bringing it all together are three baguette-cut diamonds on either side, with the center stones being larger, providing an elegant transition to the shoulders. Finally, the shoulders are adorned with several smaller diamonds as well.
14. The Cremona Ring
Price: $38,500. Learn more about the Cremona Ring.
Yet another instance of the ever-popular halo ring design, the Cremona Ring deviates from the standard design in that the halo is comprised of baguette cuts. The emerald-cut center diamond is 2.24 carats. In addition to the center and halo diamonds, set along the shoulders are round brilliant cuts. This delicate ring is completed with curl design openwork decorating the under-gallery.
15. The Barrow Ring
Price: $22,000. Learn more about the Barrow Ring.
The standout attribute of this ring is, of course, the fancy yellow green diamond centering it. The unique diamond’s 18k yellow gold bezel setting provides a beautiful level of cohesion. Meanwhile, the platinum and surrounding diamonds offer a splendid contrast, highlighting the center stone. The halo consists of 16 round-cut diamonds as well as 2 baguette-cut diamonds on each side totaling approximately 0.5 carats.
16. The Whitby Ring
Price: $40,000. Learn more about the Whitby Ring.
This elegant antique ring was handcrafted circa 1920 and features a most alluring head. The open nature of the setting will allow the bride to appreciate the 3.29-carat center stone from all angles. Additional old European-cut diamonds adorn the shoulders and lead to detailed engravings on the shank.
17. The Stockton Ring
Price: $30,000. Learn more about the Stockton Ring.
This exquisite antique cluster ring was handcrafted in silver and 18k yellow gold circa 1880. The center diamond is approximately 3.00 carats while the surrounding cluster of old mine cut diamonds total approximately 0.85 carats. If you want to give the bride a truly timeless piece, then this undeniably has the track record to back it up.
18. The Providence Ring
Price: $29,000. Learn more about the Providence Ring.
If you’re searching for a classy diamond halo engagement ring, then this may be a great choice. The clever use of spacing between the halo and center diamond brings a freshness to this ring. It’s center stone is 2.90 carats and cushion cut and in addition to the halo, there are diamonds along the shoulders. Finally, intricate openwork designs decorate the under-gallery.
19. The Buccellati Ruby Ring
Price: $29,000. Learn more about the Buccellati Ruby Ring.
For a truly special ring with a bold vintage look, consider this genuine Buccellati ruby ring. Handcrafted circa 1950 in Italy, the ring’s authenticity is assured by the M. Buccellati signature. The beautiful 3.38-carat ruby is surrounded by white gold openwork leading to the yellow gold wide shank.
20. The Moreland Ring
Price: $28,000. Learn more about the Moreland Ring.
This stunning engagement ring seems to do a lot with a little. It’s may appear a bit minimalistic at first, but look further and you’ll appreciate it’s carefully arranged features. To sum up, it’s simply elegant. The center diamond is 2.67 carats additional diamonds on the gallery and an appealing arrangement of pear-cut diamonds along the shoulders totaling 0.68 carats.
21. The Calca Ring
Price: $27,000. Learn more about the Calca Ring.
Another unique halo engagement ring, this time with beautiful green emeralds. If green is the bride’s color, then the interestingly shaped 0.75-carat emerald halo on this ring will certainly make this ring a fine addition to her look. The center stone is a 2.06-carat old European cut diamond and th halo continues down the shoulders slightly. Finally, decorating the under-gallery is beautiful openwork with swirling designs.
22. The Nebraska Ring
Price: $26,000. Learn more about the Nebraska Ring.
This Art Deco style ring is yet another excellent example of the emerald-diamond combination. The center stone is a 2.66-carat, old European-cut diamond, which is impressive on its own but looks even more special due to its surroundings. An emerald halo is wrapped around the center stone and surrounded by another halo of smaller diamonds. Fine milgrain and diamonds form a bow shape on each shoulder, leading towards a hand-engraved band.
23. The Bayview Ring
Price: $27,000. Learn more about the Bayview Ring.
Mixing things up with this next option, we suggest this exquisite pearl ring. Handcrafted in 18k yellow gold and featuring a 21.48 chow natural saltwater button pearl, this ring is the very definition of opulence. The 1.44 carat halo of diamonds provides a delightful contrast of textures that truly elevates this ring.
24. The Westvale Ring
Price: $26,000. Learn more about the Westvale Ring.
This vintage three-stone engagement ring was handcrafted circa 1930. The center stone is a 2.04 carat old European-cut diamond, with the round-cut natural sapphires on either side weighing a combined total of 2.56 carats. The final feature of this delicate ring is the fleur de lis openwork in the gallery.
25. The Wachau Ring
Price: $26,000. Learn more about the Wachau Ring.
The main inspiration for this ring was the Wachau Valley in Austria. It features a variety of diamond cuts that together give the ring an octagonal shape. The center stone is a 2.26-carat old European-cut diamond. The diamond is surrounded by a halo of interchanging baguette-cut and old mine-cut round diamonds. Four diamonds on each side connect the halo to the triple-wire shank.
26. The Harewood Ring
Price: $26,000. Learn more about the Harewood Ring.
Deep blue sapphires mixed with sparkling white diamonds can never look anything less than impressive. A round, old European-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.82 carats is the center of attention, with a thin and effective halo of sapphires that surrounds it and enhances its beauty. The shoulders of this platinum ring are adorned with small diamonds.
27. The Greenhaven Ring
Price: $26,000. Learn more about the Greenhaven Ring.
This 4.49-carat natural Columbian emerald ring features a 0.78 carat halo of French-cut sapphires. On either side of the emerald is a baguette cut diamond, with additional diamonds set along the shoulders, with a combined total of 0.36 carats. Last, but not least, the under-gallery features fleur de lis openwork. If the bride appreciates color, then this is definitely worth considering.
28. The Boudry Ring
Price: $42,000. Learn more about the Boudry Ring.
This impressive antique ring was handcrafted in platinum circa 1920. The center diamond is approximately 3.90 carats, and two additional baguette-cut diamonds are set along each shoulder. This minimalist and luxurious ring is perfect for the bride who wants a straightforward, classic ring without all the extra fluff.
29. The Kent Ring
Price: $45,000. Learn more about the Kent Ring.
Reaching the highest pricepoint on our list of the top 30 engagement rings for $35000 list, this ring certainly makes a great impression. The ring, handcrafted in 18k white gold circa 1925, features a 4.30 carat cushion-cut diamond bezel set in buffed onyx. What you might have not expected is the unique openwork in the under-gallery. It’s no wonder why this gorgeous antique ring takes the top spot in terms of cost.
30. The Florham Ring
Price: $25,000. Learn more about the Florham Ring.
What better way to end this list than with this absolutely gorgeous and unique ring? It features a stunning fancy colored 1.54 carat diamond bezel set in yellow gold. The ornamentation on this ring however is superb. Going down each shoulder is a row of diamonds surrounded by fleur de lis openwork which seamlessly continues around the ring- from the rounded shoulders to the gallery.
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Even though finding the perfect ring can seem overwhelming, knowing your bride’s preferences and establishing a budget will definitely help you. We hope our selection of the top 30 engagement rings for $35000 enabled you to find the right ring or at least narrow down the choices. In any case, however, feel free to contact us for any questions or assistance!