January 12, 2020
– Posted in: Jewelry Blog
Are you searching for two carat engagement rings? Feel free to browse through our rare collection and read our 101 guide on 2 carat diamond rings.
Shop 2 Carat Diamond Engagement Rings
Olney Ring Circa 1920 (Antique, Art Deco)$19,000
Albany Ring Circa 1925 (Antique, Art Deco Era)$16,000
Wellsboro Ring. Circa 1925 (Antique, Art Deco Era)$22,500
Trun Ring. Circa 1950 (Vintage, Retro Era)RESERVED
Clearview Ring. Circa 1905 (Antique, Edwardian Era)$30,000
Mulgrave Ring. Circa 1975 (Vintage)Contact for Price
Webster RingContact for Price
Buccellati Diamond Halo Ring$33,000
Darfield Ring. Circa 1925 (Antique, Art Deco Era)$19,000
2 Carat Diamond Ring Guide
At Estate Diamond Jewelry we consider ourselves extremely fortunate to have had many wonderful diamond engagement rings in our catalog over the years, and are privileged to have seen unique, 2 carat examples that are very special indeed.
If you are looking for just that little bit more in your engagement ring, our current 2 carat collection will surely have something just right for you.
Is a 2 Carat Diamond Engagement Ring a Good Idea?
If you are looking for an engagement ring that will stand out from the crowd but won’t break the bank, a 2 carat diamond ring is the ideal compromise. Although diamond prices do rise faster above 1 carat, the gradient gets a little steeper still when you go past the 3 carat mark. This makes 2 carat diamond engagement rings ideal as a discreet and elegant statement without looking too big, especially on smaller hands.
Although we have a wide range of 2 carat engagement rings available on our website, please contact us for information about our full collection.
How much does a 2 Carat Diamond Cost?
Below is a chart of approximately how much a 2.00 carat round cut diamond costs. It is critical to remember that these prices are the average amount and don’t account for all the other specifications that go into pricing a diamond.
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It can often lead to confusion when people realize that a 2 carat diamond costs more than twice that of a 1 carat diamond of identical cut, color and clarity. The reason is down to simple availability. As diamonds increase in size, so does their rarity. We see a lot more 1 carat diamonds than we do 10 carat diamonds, and of course, and this is reflected in the pricing on a rising scale above the 1 carat mark.
Any diamond is valued according to the 4 Cs – cut, color, clarity and carat weight. Assuming there are two diamonds at exactly the same weight, it all comes down to cut, color and clarity, and from the bottom end of any of the three measurement scales to the top it can make a significant difference to the price.
For example, a 2 carat diamond (VS2 clarity) of color K with slight inclusions might cost $14,000, but one of color D and internally flawless will fetch $88,000. Good ring designers can often make average stones look sensational, so don’t assume a diamond that isn’t quite perfect should be disregarded.
How Will A 2 Carat Diamond Ring Look On My Finger?
Of course, diamond size is only one aspect of the overall size of any ring, and it will depend on whether any other stones are used and the general design of the ring. The image below will give a general view of a 2 carat diamond engagement ring on the finger but, if you are interested in a particular ring in our collection, please contact us to discuss a picture of the actual ring.
As you can see in the image, the halo adds a large illusion onto the size of the diamond but takes away from the simplicity.
How to Buy a 2 Carat Diamond Ring?
If you have seen a ring in our collection that you like, please contact us in the first instance. Our staff are very knowledgeable about all the rings that we have available, and will be happy to provide all the technical and other information you require before making your final choice. It may be that we have a full history available and will be able to tell some of the story around the life of the ring.
Most Popular 2 Carat Diamond Cuts
- Emerald and Asscher