If you are like Elizabeth Taylor, Mae West, and Zsa Zsa Gabor, diamonds are one of your great loves! You most likely love it when you catch a flash of brilliance and fire out of the corner of your eye, and you adore how they make you feel when you wear them. When it comes to your engagement ring, there are glamorous styles to fit every budget! Look for elements such as pavé set diamonds, split shanks, halos, and three stone styles. Here are some dazzling rings to inspire you!
The Sienna Diamond Ring is a complete showstopper! When set in this stunning engagement ring, your center diamond will be surrounded by a halo of bright French pavé set diamonds. Dazzling side stones bring this ring to the next level of glamour.
True love is eternal, which is why the Infinity Diamond Ring is the perfect symbol for your union. Delicate strands of diamonds twist together to form an infinity symbol on either side of your center gemstone. We love this glamorous setting!
Try a sapphire style! The Sapphire Victorian Halo is all about luxury. Pavé set diamonds, milgrain details, and a sparkling halo make this antique style sapphire ring regal and gorgeous. Set any glittering round or cushion cut sapphire in this setting for a stunning, colorful engagement ring!
The Halo Diamond Ring with Side Stones is a glamorous classic. A gorgeous halo of pavé-set diamonds allows your center diamond sparkle even more. Diamonds adorn the thin band, adding a dazzling elegance to this sought after engagement ring.
We love glamorous antique rings! These engagement rings are from past romantic eras and frequently feature a stunning amount of sparkle and shine. The styles are one-of-a-kind, so revel in the fact that this dazzling piece is all yours! Check out the Ellery Ring and others like it in our antique engagement rings gallery!
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