Going in with fairly specific parameters will help us find the right engagement ring to fit your budget.
It’s always better to buy a ring a bit bigger than you think she’ll need, because sizing a ring down is much easier than increasing its size.
If you’re uncertain about her shape preference, stick to the classics.
Cutting styles with fewer facets, such as emerald cut or rose cut, require higher clarity.
Certain shapes pair more successfully with other gems in multi-stone rings. Round, Oval and Marquise all work well. Pear and Heart shape are more challenging.
If she prefers clean, modern lines in furniture, for example, it’s likely she’ll react well to the same aesthetic in Rectangular or Square shapes, like the Emerald Cut or Princess Cut. If she tends towards the traditional, a round shape rarely misses. More bohemian types tend to favor more unusual shapes, like Trilliant or Marquise
A single stone. The head secures the diamond.
Diamonds or other gemstones, flank the main stone for additional sparkle or color.
One diamond for the past, one for the present, and one for the future. Typically, the center diamond is larger than the two side stones.
The main stone is surrounded by tiny diamonds to add sparkle and the illusion of greater size.