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Three Stone Rings

Three Stone Rings

Beautifully striking, these low profile three stone engagement rings are crafted with an interwoven design to hold your chosen side stones and center stone at a competitive price.

All our moissanite designs are now available in natural diamond or lab-grown diamond upon request.

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All you Need to Know About Engagement Rings

Engagement Rings Styles

- What is an engagement ring?

An engagement ring symbolizes a couple’s commitment to one another and indicates that the couple is getting ready to teir union. The ring is typically given by a man to his fiancée and is made of metal with a diamond or lab diamond set in the center.

- What is the different styles of engagement rings?

Engagement rings come in a variety of styles, including solitaire, halo, three-stone, tension, eternity, and vintage-inspired.

- What is the different gemstones used for engagement rings?

Diamonds, lab-grown diamonds, and moissanite-diamonds are dominant gemstones used in engagement rings.

- How much should you spend on an engagement ring?

There is no set price for an engagement ring, but most couples spend between two and three months’ salary on it.

- What is the average cost of an engagement ring?

A one-carat natural diamond engagement ring costs around $8,000 on average, while lab diamonds and moissanite cost $2,000 to $4,000 on average.

- What are the best places to buy engagement rings?

Online retailers, custom jewelry makers, and jewelry stores are typically the best places to buy engagement rings. Buying an engagement ring online has several benefits, including convenience, access to a wide and varied variety of designs and prices, and the ability to easily compare prices. Furthermore, online retailers frequently offer free shipping and returns, as well as customer service support.

- What is the difference between a wedding ring and an engagement ring?

The primary distinction between a wedding ring and an engagement ring is that an engagement ring is given as a symbol of commitment or intent to marry, whereas a wedding ring is worn to symbolize the marriage itself.

- What is the 4 C's of engagement rings?

The four primary criteria used to evaluate the quality and price of a diamond, lab-grown diamond, and moissanite are the four C’s of engagement rings: cut, color, clarity, and carat weight.

- What is the difference between a solitaire and a halo engagement ring?

The main distinction between a solitaire and a halo engagement ring is that a solitaire is set with a single gemstone, whereas a halo engagement ring has a single center stone surrounded by a circle of smaller gemstones.

- What is the best diamond cut for an engagement ring?

The best shape for an engagement ring is chosen by the customer, but the most popular cuts are round, princess, cushion, marquise, and emerald.