7 Styles of Engagement Rings

We are really excited to start working with some great businesses in the wedding industry, and Bejouled is one of them. We are sure you will find their article extremely interesting and informative. Be inspired, and check out their website to see a stunning collection of engagement and wedding rings.


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Bejouled is a premier destination for bespoke jewellery, that includes engagement rings and wedding rings. We pride ourselves on our personal approach with every commission, designed fully in collaboration with our customers.


Our Master Jeweller, Darren, with over 25 years experience will guide you through the design process from initial conception to 3D CAD design, choosing your centre stone from loose diamonds, all the way through to completion. You are involved in every step.



We also are one of the first to offer lab-grown diamonds for all our bespoke designs, which are a new, more ethical alternative to mined diamonds. The possibilities for engagement rings at Bejouled are endless, but here are seven styles to get you on the right track!


Solitaire

Solitaire

A solitaire style can be so classic and simple but also have so much edge. Traditionally a solitaire would have one centre stone, but now, with the beauty of bespoke, the possibilities are endless. Jazz up your band with more stones or create a feature out of the setting. Go as simple or out there as you would like with different metals or even different stone types, like diamonds or gemstones.


Halo

Halo engagement rings are similar to the solitaire, but instead, your centre stone has a “halo” of diamonds surrounding it. This design is so regal and is such a statement with severe sparkle. Much like solitaire, you can get creative with the band and the setting, however, there have been new trending ways to mix up this classic style. Instead of having uniform sized and shaped stones surrounding the centre you can create a dimensional look with varying styles to create a more interesting shape. This looks amazing with pear shape and oval centre stones.



Vintage Style

Vintage style engagement rings are one of the more intricate styles of rings. This includes a lot of ornate metalwork, usually floral designs or swirls covering a more chunky shank. A lot of design detail goes into the shoulders and setting as well making these rings a work of art with all the different design elements. The details are enhanced usually with lots of small diamonds for major sparkle. This style is perfect for someone who wants a lot of detail and a major statement.


Side Stone

Side stone engagement rings can be achieved with most styles of rings like the solitaire and halo as it simply refers to adding stones onto the band of the ring. Pave setting of side stones is a popular choice however you can set these stones in so many ways to create different looks. You can also stray away from the traditional brilliant cut side stones and get creative with princess cuts or baguettes. This option is perfect if you want a simple style but lots of sparkles.


Multiple Stone

Multiple Stone

Multiple stone rings are traditionally a sentimental style of engagement ring with three stones, symbolising the past, present, and future of a couple. Now the stones can have many other meanings with the option to have as many stones as you wish, perhaps symbolising family members. This style has hit a peak recently with Meghan Markle’s stunning oval trilogy ring, showing this style can look so beautiful with any shape of the stone.



Gemstone

Gemstone engagement rings are for all the colour lovers out there. Not only are they adored by the royal family but by so many others as well. Sapphires, rubies, morganites, citrines, the list is endless. Gemstones have meanings and attributes associated with them which can really add a personal touch to any piece. You can combine these colourful stones with diamonds to highlight the coloured stone and create a contrast.


Cluster

Cluster engagement rings are created using lots of diamonds and can be used alongside a centre stone or can create the illusion of a bigger centre stone by using a cluster of smaller diamonds. You can also create elaborate designs using the stones to make for a totally unique piece. This design has an abundance of sparkle and shine, so perfect for those who consider themselves a bit of a magpie for jewellery.


There is no limit to what you can achieve with Bejouled…


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