Firstly, we at Andrews Jewelry Store want to share the joy of our recent engagement celebration in the mountains of Aspen. A beautiful bride, a very happy couple and a fittingly beautiful engagement ring, congratulations to them both!
A magnificent oval, halo set 2 carat diamond engagement ring.
This is the year of non traditional, unique engagement rings. There has been a shift from the traditional solitaire to more unusual cuts like trillion, marquise, and pear shaped diamonds and colored gemstones. Brides are choosing more exciting, dramatic and avant garde styles for their engagement ring settings. The most exciting change is the mix of golds, from white gold to rose gold and yellow gold making a huge comeback.
Some of our recent popular choices is the portrait cut, rose cut and geometric cut.
Another very exciting trend is the emerging of the grey diamond which can be shown to its full glory in an alternative, contemporary setting.
When choosing these unusual settings the gemologist’s craftsmanship comes into its own. Designing a ring around these very unique styles will always be totally YOU and you will never feel tied down to a particular time or era.
Another strong, modern edgy look is stackable engagement rings several bands of different widths with diamond and colored gemstones. This is also a great opportunity to mix the golds like rose gold with yellow gold to achieve a look that is totally yours.
A great recommendation is a traditional cut like an emerald or oval in an East-West setting, or a square cut like an Asscher, and have it set on a diagonal for a unique look.
One of our most exciting designs which is very NOW – our split shank engagement ring with a floating stone. Here too you have so many options to use colored gemstones.
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