Top 20 Engagement Rings on Pinterest June 27, 2019 – Posted in: Jewelry Blog
Pinterest, if used carefully, is a great resource for information or even just to while away a little bit of time. And, of course, there are lots of pictures of engagement rings!
You’ll see rings in a box, rings being worn, or rings just being presented.
Just about any situation which can include an engagement ring is there.
But, with so many images to choose from, the whole experience can be a little overwhelming. Which is why we bring you 20 of the best engagement rings on Pinterest.
Marquise Cut Engagement Ring
We usually think of engagement rings as having a round cut diamond. This marquise cut shows that there are many more choices than that. The ring has a 1.3ct center diamond in a milgrain-edged bezel setting, and surrounded by a halo of smaller diamonds.
Edwardian Platinum Ring
A true antique engagement ring from the Edwardian era, and with all the style that demands. Handcrafted platinum has a north-south arrangement of old mine cut diamonds. Also, the gallery has some exquisite open filigree work, and smaller diamonds adorn the shoulders.
Yellow Diamond Engagement Ring
Although a lot of diamonds have the barest hint of yellow, a true yellow diamond is very rare. When such a diamond has a halo of antique white diamonds, the effect is quite special. The platinum and gold mount sets of the dual color stone arrangement perfectly.
Emerald Cut Engagement Ring
Emerald cut diamonds were once amongst the most popular of all cuts. The emerald stepped shape uses light very differently from a circular cut type. But, when you make that emerald cut diamond a 2.10ct stone, it is quite an incredible sight.
Art Deco Style Ring
This incredible engagement ring is a classic art deco in style. From the old European diamond at its center to the perfect symmetry of the hexagonal frame, and even to the baguette cut diamonds rounding it off, it is a beautiful example of art deco style.
1.39ct “Architectural” Ring
This ring has classic vintage styling, with a deep art deco gallery presenting a very unusual effect. The center of the gallery is open, so as to show the pavilion of the 1.39ct old European cut diamond. It is a ring for a brave heart and a perfect demonstration of individual style
Buccellati Engagement Ring
The Italian jewelry industry has its own distinct style. Buccellati, as leaders of that industry, are a great example of why Italian engagement rings are special. The use of yellow gold in this ring is in keeping with Italian ring design, generally. The 1.07ct center stone sits atop a sculpted band that is very unusual and very beautiful.
Antique Diamond Engagement Ring
The 2.05ct center diamond is in a 4 prong setting which is very similar to classic solitaire. On each shoulder is a marquise diamond, and all are set in yellow gold.
Florence Diamond Ring
The incredible intricacy of the milgrain of this ring provides the perfect support for the 2.45ct center diamond. The under gallery is also full of fine openwork filigree, resulting in a complex, and yet very feminine engagement ring.
Art Deco Inspired Engagement Ring
Art deco, as a style period, may have come and gone by 1940, but it has inspired much of the world since that time. This ring has a prong-set antique diamond with smaller diamonds on the corners as well as on the gallery and shoulders. Onyx and emerald accents provide a striking contrast and create a very unusual ring.
Dual Color Tension Ring
Tension settings are an unusual and very effective way to wear your engagement rings. The two-tone band holds in place a 1ct diamond. Down each shoulder are channels of smaller round cut diamonds.
Three Stone Aquamarine Ring
This very unusual aquamarine ring shows that not all engagement rings need to be dominated by diamonds. With the threes stones representing the past, present, and future, the blue of the aquamarine provides a diversion from the norm and is very feminine and pretty.
Floral Estate Engagement Ring
In this c1920 engagement ring, we have the perfect marriage of art nouveau and art deco. The floral effect is matched by a wonderful symmetry. Many rings have a halo, but not so many have two. Immediately around the 1.66ct old European cut diamond is a halo of sapphires. A further halo of smaller diamonds leads to the diamond-studded shoulders and triple wire band.
Pigeon Blood Ruby Three Stone Ring
Threes tone rings, to represent the past, future, and present of a relationship are increasingly popular. But one which contains a true pigeon blood ruby is extremely rare. The contrast of the red against the half carat diamonds is just too amazing not to love.
Estate Engagement Ring
If “go big or go home” applied to engagement rings, this 3ct beauty would be staying all night. The open gallery and shoulders also contain many smaller diamonds for a quite unique appearance.
Edwardian Engagement Ring
This lovely 1.20ct Edwardian ring has leaf motifs on each shoulder. They lead down to a triple-wire shank and provide a wonderful sense of artistic endeavor as well as elegance.
Cathedral Setting Engagement Ring
A cathedral setting is very popular with solitaire-style rings. Although the pavé diamonds on each shoulder stop this ring from technically being a solitaire ring, the prong setting in 14K white gold provides an excellent facsimile of the classic setting
Fancy Pink Ring
This remarkable ring has a quite stunning pear shape pink diamond weighing 1.04ct. The halo of old mine cut diamonds follows the same path as the outer edges of the pink diamond, creating a wonderful effect in this rare and beautiful ring.
Three Stone Pave Ring
This unusual ring has a three stone setting, each of which is prong set. The platinum band has delicate diamond pavé along each side, and the gallery is formed by extending the pins of the prongs downwards.
Princess Cut Ring
This big and bold engagement ring has a 3.50ct princess cut diamond, half-bezel set. The broadband has a triple pavé of small diamonds down from each shoulder. The center diamond is high set to make the most of this its size and beauty