We’re entering the most wonderful time of the year. No, not Halloween, Thanksgiving or Christmas but engagement season. One of the most popular times of the year to get engaged is around Christmas and New Year’s. That means that engagement rings are beginning to fly off the shelves in anticipation of successful holiday engagements.
As a result, we’re going to bring you a closer look at one of the most popular engagement ring designs out there, the spectacular diamond solitaire.
This ring pushes the boundaries of the solitaire classification because of its fine and intricate diamond scrollwork. However, this style is one of the more popular types of solitaires we are seeing on the market. The art deco scrollwork creates an impeccable balance between a classic solitaire and a modern look. Perfect for those to want to blend the old with the new.
This ring is a real beauty and one of the more popular style of solitaires we’ve seen. People are gravitating towards engagement rings which take the traditional solitaire design and adds an interesting element. This ring’s setting creates the perfect complement to the center stone of your choice.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. This is the classic style which is still holding court over large swaths of the population. Elegant and understated, this setting keeps the focus on the center stone. It’s undeniable beauty and simplicity makes this ring a favorite of ours and has a permanent spot on our top ten engagement rings list.
Fancy diamonds are continuing to hold the public’s interest and fancy diamonds in engagement rings are challenging the traditional round diamond in popularity. This emerald cut engagement ring style is a favorite among wearers who want a modern engagement ring with a classic look. This ring is a definite winner in our book.
We imagine to see plenty solitaire engagement rings on fingers this season. Their classic design coupled with interesting elements can all but guarantee a yes when you get down on one knee. Now, isn’t this the most wonderful time of the year?
By PS Staff