We’re now going to look at emerald-cut diamond rings. I am a fan of these, although they’re not at the tippy-top of my list for what I picture on my own ring finger. They’re classic and elegant. Let’s take a look.
Here is the Asprey Victorian Mount halo engagement ring, set with a 2ct emerald-cut diamond. There’s something so sleek and chic about this guy, don’t you think? I’m not sure what’s so Victorian about it, but I don’t care. Via The Jewellery Editor.
This Tacori channel-set and pave diamond engagement ring is sleek and sophisticated. The ring centers and emerald-cut diamond and has a fabulous band: the outside of the band is channel-set with square emerald cut diamonds. The sides of the band are also adorned – they’re set with round brilliant cut stones and patterned:
The ring comes with the band design to halfway (as pictured) or going all the way around.
This is Sylvie collection’s Style #SY289. A big rock in a sparkly double halo with a split shank. Pretty and on trend, with a sparkle of uniqueness from the split shank. I do love a split shank.
This ring is a doozy – a bright, beautiful 3.18 carat emerald-cut diamond centers this ring, but it doesn’t stop there. It’s flanked on either side by two rows of shimmering baguette diamonds. This ring is estate, circa 1950’s.
All images and info in this post are thanks to the seller of each emerald-cut diamond ring – please see descriptions above for links.