Bypass rings have been a popular style for quite sometime. They have a nice flow to them and can look either very elegant or very badass. My mom’s engagement ring is a three-stone bypass style. The two rings I’m wearing above are the only bypass rings I own–I think it is a neat look to wear all bypass style rings at once. The one ring is a vintage 1970s lapis and chrysoprase ring, and the other is a blue sapphire ring that was redesigned by Walton’s Antique Jewelry. It used to have an oval sapphire set in the center. Below are some great examples of bypass rings, some elegant and some edgy.
This diamond ring is designed by Chanel Fine Jewelry and features a pear-shaped diamond. This is a great example of an elegant bypass ring. The design really displays the beauty of a pear-cut diamond. Visit the Chanel website for more info.
From up-and-coming designer Michelle Valadon, this bypass ring features cat’s claws gripping a round sphere of rutilated quartz. This is a great example of a unique and edgy bypass ring. This piece is done in 18k yellow gold and is priced at $950.
This delicate bypass ring is from Lang Antiques and is done in 14k rose gold, set with an Old Mine cut diamond and an emerald cut emerald. The price is $2750