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Classic Engagement Rings

In this category you will find our collection of Classic Engagement Rings. All diamond engagement rings are exclusively designed for Brillianteers using the top technology of design and manufacturing. The Diamond Rings come with Free Ring Sizing and manufacturers warranty. All Gold and Platinum metals are of the highest grading and best jewelry craftsmanship

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Classic Engagement Rings

A smooth, slender band showcasing a single round diamond is the epitome of a classic engagement ring. Both elegant and graceful, the time-honored solitaire complements any bride’s hand and will never go out of style. Like all engagement ring designs, the band composition will impact the overall quality and price. If you have steep pockets, a platinum setting is the most durable option. More affordable metals such as white or yellow gold are equally beautiful, but keep in mind gold is softer than platinum and does wear down over time.

 

Next in line is the square shaped princess cut diamond, which is the second most popular engagement ring style. Other classic cuts include cushion, emerald, oval, marquise, radiant, pear and heart shapes. Although they never made it to the altar, Lady Gaga’s long-time love, Taylor Kinney, proposed to the songstress with an enormous heart-shaped diamond engagement ring on Valentine's Day 2015.

 

Three stone rings are another fashionable choice that may be costlier than classic solitaires but offer more potential for creative expression. Each diamond or gem has significant meaning, representing the past, present, and future of the duo’s love connection. A typical setting features two smaller stones placed on either side of a center stone, or all three may be of the same or similar size.

 

A great example of a symbolic three stone engagement ring has gotten much attention in the news recently. Prince Harry designed the special one-of-a-kind ring he wanted for bride-to-be Meghan Markle. Harry chose a diamond from Botswana for the primary stone and flanked it with two side diamonds from his beloved mother’s (Princess Diana) collection.

 

It is not unheard of for some women to ditch the band all together in favor of a wider engagement ring. A split shank setting conveys an antique look that allows for more details or added decorative diamonds. For a more glamorous design add pave or channel set diamonds along both sides of the split band to enhance the bling.
The difference between pavé and channel-set diamonds is how they are embedded in the band. Pavé diamonds are set very close together on top of the band. Channel set diamonds are set inside the ring with the tops of stones flush with the band

 

Channel setting is the more affordable choice of these two classic options. It may also be the most practical decision because pavé diamonds are known for becoming loose or falling out eventually. Channel set diamond is more secure.

Classic Solitaire Engagement Ring Classic Split Shank Engagement Ring Classic Split Shank Round Engagement Ring Classic Solitaire Princess Diamond Ring

Above are examples of our classic engagement rings.