Engagement Ring Design
Engagement Ring Design
Engagement Ring Design

Engagement rings and romance are inextricably linked. The link between the ring design and romance is obvious, and it is heightened by specific elements crafted into the jewelry piece. We’ve compiled five romantic engagement ring designs. We’ll go over each design and explain why it’s one of the most romantic options.

Ring With a Love Knot

The most romantic Valentine’s Day special jewelry pieces are love knot engagement rings. Love knot rings come in a variety of styles, including those without a gemstone and those in which the metal bands are twisted to form a romantic symbol.

The association of knots with friendship, affection, and love dates back to antiquity. However, for centuries, knots have been thought to be a symbol of a lover’s relationship. This connection will exist regardless of the type of love knot ring you select. So the decision comes down to one simple factor: your personal preferences. Choose between a plain love knot ring and one with gemstones set in it.

Solitaire Heart Cut

The single heart-shaped diamond ring is becoming more popular, especially around Valentine’s Day. It’s a one-of-a-kind romantic declaration. The heart brilliant cut gemstone is set into a classic engagement ring.

Who wouldn’t want to propose marriage with the ultimate symbol of love? The diamond is a fancy shape with a brilliant cut. It shines beautifully. For your information, a ‘fancy’ shape is any diamond shape other than a round brilliant. The key to this shape of a diamond is symmetry. Choose a diamond with symmetric halves and a cleft between the stone’s widest point, known as the girdle, for a distinctive shape. Larger heart diamonds often show the shape better. Do you want a more pronounced heart form? If so, consider a larger stone size.

Two Heart Diamonds

The two-diamond ring setting is not as popular as the trinity setting, but it looks stunning when both stones are heart-shaped. There is a large selection of two-stone diamond heart rings to choose from. Consider a ring with a heart-shaped diamond facing one direction and another heart-shaped stone facing the opposite direction. The top cleft and lower points should align, and the left and right halves should mirror each other. A weight of more than 0.50 carats will be desired in order to visually define the outline of this special shape. Smaller hearts should be set in a bezel or three-prong setting (one on each lobe’s shoulder and one at the bottom point), while larger stones may require a fourth prong.