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FAQs Engagement Rings

What Are The Different Styles Of Engagement Rings?

What is an Engagement Ring?

An engagement ring indicate that the person, usually worn by women, is engaged to be married. The engagement ring feature diamonds or other alternative diamonds like moissanite or lab grown diamonds.

What Is The Difference between An Engagement Ring And A Wedding Ring?

The engagement ring and the wedding ring are two very different rings. The engagement ring is the jewel that we use to make the proposal. The wedding band ring is the ring we exchanged during the wedding ceremony. It is a ring worn by the couple as a sign of union.

How to choose an engagement ring?

  • Select the shape You Want.
  • Choose a metal for the band.
  • Have a Carat Size in Mind.
  • Get your finger size correctly.

How Much to Spend on an Engagement Ring?

The popular rule suggest you should spend two to three months’ salary on your ring but it will only depend on what you can afford. It is entirely up to you and your fiancée.

If you are on a budget Moissanite is the perfect diamond alternative who gives you access to the most beautiful engagement rings at a fraction at the cost of a diamond.

You will see below some side to side price comparison of the most popular shape.


Shape Carat

GIA certified Diamond

(F color, VS clarity)

Moissanite Forever One

(D-E-F Color, VS+ clarity)


1.00ct $8,000+ $599
Round 1.90ct $25,000+ $1,349
Cushion 1.10ct $6,000+ $689
Square/princess 1.30ct $7,000+ $849
Emerald 1.75ct $13,000+ $1,349
Oval 1.50ct $11,000+ $1,040
Pear 1.50ct $12,000+ $1,189

Style Of Engagement Rings

Solitaire Engagement Rings

What is a Solitaire Ring?

The solitaire ring is a ring featuring one one diamond or alternative diamond like moissanite or lab grown diamond.

The meaning of a solitaire ring.

Solitaire rings have come to symbolize life’s most precious moments, from engagements to special anniversaries. In fact, most engagement rings tend to be solitaire settings. Ring buyers typically favor solitaire rings for these occasions because of the ring’s unique look: elegant, timeless, yet understated all at once. For precious gemstones or alternative diamonds such as, a solitaire setting can really bring out its brilliance and craftsmanship.

The history of a solitaire ring.

The ancient Egyptians are sometimes credited with inventing the engagement ring, and the ancient Greeks with adopting the tradition, the history of the engagement ring can only be reliably traced as far back as ancient Rome.

In many countries, engagement rings are placed on the ring finger of the left hand. At one time it was believed that this finger contained a vein (the vena amoris) that led to the heart. This idea was popularized by Henry Swinburne in A treatise of Spousals, or Matrimonial Contracts (1686). The story seems to have its origin in the ancient Roman book Attic Nights by Aulus Gellius quoting Apion’s Aegyptiacorum, where the alleged vein was originally a nervus (a word that can be translated either as “nerve” or “sinew”).

The popular belief that an engagement ring was originally part of the bride price which represented purchase and ownership of the bride, has been called into question by contemporary scholarship.

In the second century BC, the Roman bride-to-be was given two rings, a gold one which she wore in public, and one made of iron which she wore at home while attending to household duties. At one time Roman citizens wore rings made of iron. In later years senators who served as ambassadors were given gold seal rings for official use when abroad. Later the privilege of wearing gold rings was extended to other public officials, then to the knights, later to all freeborn, and finally under Justinian, to freedmen. For several centuries it was the custom for Romans to wear iron rings at home, gold rings in public. During this period a girl or woman might receive two engagement rings, one of iron and one of gold.

How to Choose a Solitaire Ring?

Choose the shape of your diamond or alternative diamond.

  • Select the type of solitaire you like.
  • Select you carat weight.
  • Select the color and clarity of your stone

These are the most popular Moissanite or diamond shapes

Round Moissanite Hidden Halo Engagement Ring - 2.90tcw -7.13tcw

Cushion Moissanite Hidden Halo Engagement Ring - 2.70tcw - 6.00tcw

Square Moissanite Halo Engagement Ring - 2.30tcw - 4.10tcw

test rajout matching Asscher Moissanite Solitaire Ring - 0.95tcw - 2.88tcw

round cushion princess asscher

Oval Moissanite Hidden Halo Engagement Ring - 2.50tcw - 5.20tcw

Emerald Moissanite  Hidden Halo Engagement Ring - 2.75tcw - 5.95tcw

Pear Moissanite Hidden Halo Engagement Ring  - 2.50tcw - 4.60tcw

Marquise Moissanite Halo Engagement Ring - 2.00tcw - 2.80tcw

oval emerald pear marquise

Heart Moissanite Split Band Engagement Ring - 2.30tcw

Radiant Moissanite Solitaire Engagement Ring - 2.00tcw - 5.50tcw

heart radiant    
What are the Solitaire Setting Styles?

These are the most popular setting styles.

Round Moissanite Double Halo Pave Engagement Ring - 2.00tcw - 4.60tcw

Round Moissanite Vintage Bezel Engagement Ring - 2.15tcw

Prong pavé halo bezel

Asscher Moissanite Channel Band Bezel Engagement Ring - 1.95tcw

Cushion Moissanite Bar Set Eternity Wedding Band Ring - 2.60tcw - 7.50tcw

Oval Moissanite Cathedral Solitaire Ring - 0.90tcw - 5.80tcw

channel bar set Cathedral  


What Are The Advantages of a Solitaire Ring?

Because a solitaire ring feature only one stone, you will invest more in the diamond or alternative diamond than the ring. As a timeless ring like the solitaire ring it allows women to enhance the ring with wedding band and create a beautiful wedding set and keep emphasize the diamond in the solitaire ring.

Halo Engagement Rings

What is a Halo Engagement Rings?

A halo engagement ring is a ring with small diamonds, set usually in pavé, that surround a larger center stone. The halo engagement ring can be 

The Halo engagement rings are designed with a center stone surrounded by an impressive number of diamonds, making it an impressive design with a serious wow factor. The addition of a halo will make your center stone look bigger. The halo engagement ring has quickly become the most popular trends.

What are the Benefits of Halo Rings?

Because of the halo setting, your center stone will look much bigger. The surrounded small diamonds will give you an effect of increasing your center stone by at least 50% and will bring you more light to your design.

Also, the halo will protect your center stone from your everyday day wear and tear.

Side Stone Engagement Rings

What is a Side Stone Engagement Ring?

A Side stone engagement ring is a solitaire ring featured with small stones on each side of the center stone. It brings sparkling and brilliance to the center stone. 

Three Stone Engagement Rings

What is a Three Stone Ring?

A three stone ring is an engagement featuring three stones side by side. The center stone is usually larger than the side stones. 

Also known as trinity ring or trilogy ring, it represent Past, Present Futur or Friendship, Love and Fidelity.

What is the Meaning of a Three Stone Ring?

The three stones symbolize the past, present, and future or futur, love and fidelity.. Usually the center stone is associated to Present or Love.

Bridal Sets Engagement Rings

What is a Bridal Set?

A bridal set is the association of an engagement ring and matching wedding band. The two rings usually match in style and fit perfectly when worn together.

Is it Better to Buy a Bridal Set?

Bridal sets consist on the engagement ring and wedding ring. You can save money over purchasing two separate rings. 

Instead of trying to match your engagement ring and wedding ring, the bridal set look like just one gorgeous ring.

A bridal set is worn as just one ring, which is more comfortable. Some bridal sets feature two separate wedding bands that hug the engagement ring on both sides. This style is much more difficult to wear if all three pieces stand on their own.

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