7 Easy Ways to Shop for Engagement Rings

She’s been dropping the hints and you’ve been picking them up, so by this point you have a pretty firm idea of what she likes in an engagement ring. Chances are it’s a diamond set in platinum or gold, but even it’s a ruby ring she’s got her eye on, we’ve got you covered.

Simple Engagement Rings

Classic, time-tested, and iconic: a simple engagement ring consists of a gorgeous diamond and a fine metal setting. It’s no wonder this is our most popular style.

Truly Zac Posen Knife-Edge Solitaire Engagement Ring in Platinum
Bague de fiançailles solitaire biseautée Truly Zac Posen en platine

Gold Engagement Rings

Whether you go for the warm glow of yellow, the icy sheen of white, or the warm blush tones of rose, a gold engagement ring is always in style.

Hand-Engraved Solitaire Engagement Ring in 18K Yellow Gold
Hand-Engraved Solitaire Engagement Ring in 18K Yellow Gold
Hand-Engraved Micropavé Diamond Engagement Ring in 14k White Gold
Hand-Engraved Micropavé Diamond Engagement Ring in 14k White Gold
Infinity Twist Micropavé Diamond Engagement Ring in 14K Rose Gold
Infinity Twist Micropavé Diamond Engagement Ring in 14K Rose Gold

Bague de fiançailles en platine

Coveted and extremely durable, platinum is the pinnacle of precious metals. While it develops a lovely, warm patina over the years, a platinum ring can be shined and re-shined for a lifetime.

Four Stone Emerald Diamond Engagement Ring in Platinum
Four Stone Emerald Diamond Engagement Ring in Platinum

Ruby Engagement Rings

Second in hardness next to diamond, ruby (and its sibling, sapphire) is one of the few colored gemstones that we recommend setting in bridal jewelry. Everyday jewelry, especially rings, is subjected to a ton of wear and tear, so a softer stone has a higher chance of being damaged.

Oval Ruby and Diamond Starburst Halo Ring in 14k White Gold
Oval Ruby and Diamond Starburst Halo Ring in 14k White Gold
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