As my big day is looming closer and closer, I’ve decided to dedicate all of August to bringing you the best out there in terms of engagement rings! So if you’re in the market for an engagement ring or wanting to upgrade/redesign your current one, this is the ultimate engagement ring guide. Thirty breath-taking rings, covering different and unique styles, taking into consideration the top requests of brides-to-be, pulling together all my resources to narrow it down to 30. It should be mentioned that no one has paid me to be included in this list; it is truly a compilation that took several days to put together, focusing solely on choosing a wide variety of timeless rings that I felt every bride would say YES to and treasure for years to come!
So without further ado, the 30 Days of Engagement Rings!!
Day 1: From Craig Evan Small >> Center Old Mine cut diamond 1.25 ct. flanked by smaller diamonds, circa 1910.
Day 2: From Craig Evan Small >> Platinum 1.40 ct. center diamond set with calibre cut sapphire accents, circa 1920s.
Day 3: From Craig Evan Small >> A Victorian cluster ring, clover motif in 18k yellow gold set with three Old Mine cut diamonds totaling 3.00 carats.
Day 4: From Craig Evan Small >> Edwardian dome-shaped in platinum for a low-profile feel set with a 1.23 ct. center Old European cut diamond.
Day 5: From Erstwhile Jewelry >> A cross between a marquise cut and an oval cut–a “moval” 3.25 ct. outstanding diamond with French origin.
Day 6: From Polly Wales Jewelry >> Five pyramid halo ring featuring inverted diamonds for an alternative look.
Day 7: From McTeigue & McClelland >> European Ideal cut diamond Aperta Stretta ring 1.43 carats in 18k & Platinum.
Day 8: From Lang Antiques >> Such a unique Victorian cluster ring with an Old Mine cut center approx. 0.80 ct. center surrounded by bezel set diamonds.
Day 9: From A.Brandt+Son >> This dome of filigree is a popular look from the Art Deco Era, this ring has since sold, however their inventory is large!
Day 10: From Sophie Bille Brahe >> The Escalier de Lune ring in 18k yellow gold would make an awesome alternative engagement ring.
Day 11: From Sarah Swell Jewelry >> The Fern Dell Solitaire ring in 18k yellow gold has such a unique silhouette with a nature-inspired feel.
Day 12: From Karen Karch Jewelry >> The Floating Star Tiara ring fit for a queen–or just a really badass chic!
Day 13: From Filigree Jewelers >> Classic filigree style of the 1920s set with a 1.19 ct. Old European cut diamond.
Day 14: From Sofia Kaman >> The Twiggy Band with a yellow sapphire bezel set for those who don’t want a diamond.
Day 15: From Mirlo NY >> Trillion cut white sapphire prong set on a 14k gold band–great option for those who can’t afford a diamond right away.
Day 16: From Alison Lou >> Their “Mrs.” rings because these would make a cool option for an engagement ring–personalize the gemstone and letter.
Day 17: From Taffin Jewelry >> Try something really different like a shield cut diamond or enamel band.
Day 18: From Gatsby Jewellery >> A spin on a classic solitaire featuring a 1.23 ct. Old European cut diamond in platinum.
Day 19: From Macklowe Gallery >> A gorgeous Art Deco ring in platinum set with 1.59 ct. Old European cut diamond flanked by marquise cut diamonds.
Day 20: From Jade Trau >> The Rae Wrap ring is like a swoop of gold wrapped around your finger with a big diamond sparkling at the end.
Day 21: From Joden Jewelers >> A truly unique antique ring set with 4 Old European cut diamonds in a cluster of nearly 3 carats total!
Day 22: From Elisa Solomon Jewelry >> A one-of-a-kind antique rose cut heart ring with antique rose cut melee gives off a Bohemain vibe.
Day 23: From Trumpet & Horn >> Named the Cloverdale ring this Edwardian engagement ring is perfect those wanted something no one else has!
Day 24: From Levy’s Fine Jewelry >> Emerald accents make this alternative antique ring even more stunning–it has since sold, but click link for more!
Day 25: From Doyle & Doyle >> An Old European cut Victorian ring with black enamel detail for an impeccably stylish bride-to-be.
Day 26: From A La Vieille Russie >> Unique Arts & Crafts domed ring with black enamel filled etched designs, set with three diamonds.
Day 27: From Berganza >> A crossover, bypass style (similar to my personal engagement ring) set with a 2.28 ct. & 2.18 ct. diamonds.
Day 28: From Estate Diamond Jewelry >> Classic three-stone diamond ring, this one set in platinum with Old European cut diamonds and bezel settings.
Day 29: From Excalibur Estate Jewelry >> A nicely decorated BIG European cut diamond, try 3.56 ct., framed by scalloped parenthesis of diamonds.
Day 30: From The Three Graces >> Heart-shaped diamond set in a modern platinum mounting flanked by a rose cut diamond.
Jordan August 18, 2015 at 3:39 pm:
I love these! I'm amazed by how many different types of engagement rings are "in" right now – lots of different looks for different tastes. My favorite is definitely #20!
Tony August 24, 2015 at 11:41 am:
Perfect rings. thank you.
Anita Mas December 21, 2015 at 3:59 pm:
Some of these rings are so pretty. I like that there are so many unique styles. I just want to have my engagement ring be a little different from the run of the mill options you see all the time. The heart shaped diamond on "the three graces" is especially classy looking.