5 Wonderful Solitaire Engagement Rings
30 Nov 2013
There are so many different styles of engagement rings to choose from and it is understandable that searching for the right ring can be somewhat overwhelming. The choices are endless, from Art Deco inspired rings to intricate designs set with an abundance of diamonds. But what about the classic solitaire engagement ring? This style should not be overlooked. Timeless and classic, choosing a solitaire engagement ring will let the star of the show shine. As the years have passed, diamond cutting technology has advanced, and there is now a wonderful range of different cuts to choose from.
Solitaire rings are a particularly great choice if your engagement ring is a surprise. If you are unsure of what style of ring to choose, you truly can’t go wrong with a solitaire engagement ring. The most popular is arguably the round brilliant solitaire, but princess cuts, emeralds and marquise shaped diamonds are just a few of the other wonderful options. Princess cuts are a fabulous choice if you are after a modern, contemporary look. If your partner has slender, smaller fingers then elongated shapes such as a marquise or an oval are great choices to create the illusion of longer fingers. For a more unusual design the modern cut, ‘Asscher’ is a fantastic option.
One thing to note, which many do not realise, is that with a solitaire engagement ring you can always add a few small diamonds later on down the track. Or, when it comes to choosing a wedding ring, extra sparkle can be set into then band.
Here are a 5 five of Larsen Jewellery’s classic solitaire engagement rings:
The 'Zephyr' featuring one 0.55 carat round brilliant diamond.
The 'Isis' featuring a stunning marquise diamond.
The 'Tzarine' featuring a 1.01 carat square radiant diamond.
The 'Ivy' featuring a 1.30 carat pear cut diamond.
The classic 'Elegance' featuring a 1.01 carat round brilliant diamond in a six claw setting.