1. Vibrant Colors
Emeralds and sapphires make a nice alternative to a diamond and offer a fun pop of color. With stones like rubies and rhodolite, our designers have delivered gems in all shades of the rainbow, perfect for the muse in your life.
2. Stacked Bands
3. Open Shapes
While a continuous wedding band symbolizes eternal love, the engagement ring can take on a more novel form with an open design. We adore the split-shape by Maison Margiela Fine and cuff rings with different stones on each end to challenge the norm.
4. Various Stones
Why have just one diamond when you can have multiples? These rings showcase stones in all shapes, sizes, and even in sequential patterns. When placed together, they make for a truly unique design.
6. Halo Setting
For the bride that won’t stray too far from the classics, a halo pavé framing the center stone is a beautiful way to add extra sparkle. Options like hexagonal cuts and rings made from sustainable materials keep the style fresh.
5. Decorative Details
Whether actually antique or antique-inspired, these rings have decorative cutouts and intricate details such as filigree and metal embellishments that will continue to impress over the years.