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In vibrant colors and stunning cuts, our curated collection of colored gemstone engagement rings are a distinctive way to celebrate your love. Each and every gemstone waiting to be set is responsibly sourced with meticulous attention to quality. Offered in all colors of the rainbow, our gemstone engagement rings range from moody, royal blue to bright, fiery red and everything in between, allowing for a truly unique final design.

Pairing a fabulous gemstone with the right setting is an imperative step in the creation of your gemstone engagement ring. Choose from an expansive collection of gemstone ring settings that range in style from simple solitaires to luxurious halos. The perfect gemstone engagement rings reflect your one-of-a-kind love story, are made to be loved for a lifetime, and should be passed down for generations to come.

Gemstone engagement rings feature a variety of precious and semi-precious gemstones as their centerpiece instead of a traditional diamond. Different gemstones carry various meanings and symbolism that can make them special choices for engagement rings. For example:

While diamonds are the most popular gemstone used in engagement rings, other gemstones have gained popularity in recent years. Here are some of the most popular gemstones used in engagement rings:

  • Sapphire: Sapphire engagement rings have been popular for centuries, and their durability and range of colors make them a great alternative to diamonds. The most popular sapphire engagement ring color is blue, but they can also come in yellow, pink, and white.
  • Moissanite: Moissanite is a lab-created gemstone that closely resembles a diamond. It's a great option for those who want the look of a diamond but want to avoid the high cost.
  • Emerald: Emeralds are a classic gemstone that have been used in engagement rings for centuries. They have a rich green color that is unique and stunning.
  • Ruby: Rubies are a symbol of love and passion, making them a perfect choice for an engagement ring. They have a rich red color that is truly stunning.

Choosing the right gemstone for your engagement ring depends on your personal preferences, budget, and lifestyle. Here are some factors to consider when choosing a gemstone for your engagement ring:

  • Durability: If you plan to wear your engagement ring every day, you'll want to choose a gemstone that can withstand daily wear and tear. Diamonds, sapphires, and moissanite are all durable options.
  • Color: Gemstones come in a range of colors, so choose one that speaks to you. If you want a classic look, a white diamond or sapphire might be a good choice. If you want something more unique, consider a colored gemstone like a ruby or emerald.
  • Budget: Gemstones vary in price, so consider your budget when choosing a gemstone for your engagement ring. Diamonds are typically the most expensive, but there are other options like moissanite that offer a similar look at a lower price point.
  • Setting: The setting of your engagement ring can also affect your choice of gemstone. Some gemstones, like emeralds, are more fragile and may not be suitable for certain settings.

The cost of a gemstone engagement ring can vary depending on several factors such as the type of gemstone, its quality, the metal used for the band, and the complexity of the design. On average, a gemstone engagement ring can cost anywhere from $500 to $5,000 or more.

Gemstones like sapphires, emeralds, and rubies are typically more expensive than other gems like amethyst or aquamarine. The size and quality of the gemstone can also affect the price significantly. Higher quality gemstones that have a better color, clarity, and cut will cost more than lower quality stones. Additionally, the metal used for the band can impact the price, with platinum being more expensive than gold or silver.

While diamonds are a traditional choice for engagement rings, gemstone engagement rings offer several benefits, including:

  • Greater variety of colors and styles, allowing you to choose a gemstone that suits your personal style and preferences
  • Lower cost compared to diamonds of the same size and quality
  • More eco-friendly and sustainable choice, as gemstones can be ethically sourced and have a smaller environmental impact than diamonds
  • Unique and personalized, as gemstones offer a wider range of colors and patterns compared to diamonds
  • Some gemstones, such as sapphires and rubies, are just as durable as diamonds, making them a practical choice for everyday wear.