At Estate Originals, we have a wide variety of engagement ring styles to choose from. You can be sure to find the exact style that fits your personality for an outstanding value. Learn more about engagement ring styles to find the right ring for you.
Chic and simple, this style is a classic staple that will never go out of style. Often set prong style, a solitaire is the most popular and give maximum exposure to the diamond by putting the stone on a pedestal.
Halo settings are stones around the center stone creating the illusion of a larger stone. Much like the Solitaire, the Halo setting has become very popular as it can make the center stone appear more grand and impactful.
A split shank setting frames the central diamond in a unique way, and shows off the diamond cut. The negative space around the diamond showcases the simplicity of the diamond cut in a distinctive way.
Channel settings are diamonds set in a row between the two edges of metal, creating a channel in the band. The diamonds in this setting are well protected from damage or loss, while still giving off a beautiful sparkle.
A three stone ring is usually set with 3 stones of the same size or slightly smaller stones on either side of the center stone. It's often said that the stone signify the couple's past, present and future.
A bezel setting encases the center stone to hold and protect. The bezel fits right to the cut of the diamond and outlines the shape.
Side stones are any cut of stone that are set at each side of the center stone and continue along the band. The side stones place focus on the centre stone as the star of the show, while creating an powerful impression.
Cluster settings are simply a cluster of stones, and often resemble floral motifs. These settings are often custom designs
The more sparkle, the better. Statement rings are just that - a statement - and can include other gemstones in addition to traditional diamonds.
Vintage designs (Victoria, Edwardian, Art Deco, Mid-Century) often include intricate metalwork designs with older gemstone cuts. The workmanship of these rings will stand the test of time.