Latest Jewelry News

The New Appeal of Men’s Jewelry

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Tue, 09/11/2018 - 08:00
The popularity of rings, unisex designs and the ability to customize almost anything have increased the allure of masculine styles.
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Want to See Some of Elizabeth Taylor’s Jewels? They’re in Moscow.

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Tue, 09/11/2018 - 08:00
A Bulgari retrospective showcases clients like Ms. Taylor, Audrey Hepburn and Sophia Loren and their jewelry.
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Jacquie Aiche, the California Girl of Jewelry Design

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Tue, 09/11/2018 - 08:00
Laid-back styles with a hippie-deluxe edge have brought attention to Ms. Aiche’s Los Angeles brand.
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Men’s Rings, From Dynastic Egypt to Hells Angels

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Tue, 09/11/2018 - 08:00
L’Ecole de Van Cleef & Arpels is preparing to exhibit 500 rings collected by the Paris gallerist Yves Gastou.
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In India, a Father’s Legacy Becomes a Jewelry Museum

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Tue, 09/11/2018 - 08:00
Exhibits in this family project range from Mughal-era miniatures to a 650-carat ruby necklace.
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Lab-Grown Diamonds? This New Paris Jeweler Says They’re the Future

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Tue, 09/11/2018 - 08:00
“The time has come for change,” Manuel Mallen, co-founder of the new Courbet company, said.
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What Formed This Jewelry Designer’s Aesthetic? Africa

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Tue, 09/11/2018 - 08:00
Vania Leles, who is opening a new Mayfair boutique this month, puts a lot of her homeland into her designs.
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Adorning Your Fingertips

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Tue, 09/11/2018 - 08:00
One of South Korea’s best-known nail artists is introducing a line of rings.
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From the Catwalk to Online Sales

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Tue, 09/11/2018 - 08:00
Sarah Jane Wilde, best known for her work for Thom Browne, is expanding her retail efforts.
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For Marina B, an ’80s Jewelry Favorite, Another Comeback

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Tue, 09/11/2018 - 08:00
The new owner-designer is putting a modern twist on some of the line’s classic looks.
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The 8 Most Beautiful Radiant Cut Engagement Rings

Brilliant Earth - Sun, 09/02/2018 - 23:32

 

Radiant cut diamonds’ square silhouettes and gently trimmed corners make them an exceptional choice for the centerpiece of an engagement ring.

If you are attracted to the elegant shape of an emerald cut, but want the dazzling sparkle offered by the round brilliant cut diamond, a radiant cut diamond engagement ring might be the way to go! Radiant cut diamonds are faceted, allowing them to give off maximum brilliance and fire. While the chic square shape looks amazing in nearly any setting, we think that these radiant cut engagement rings are arguably the most beautiful.

Luxe Ballad Diamond Ring

The center radiant cut diamond appears to float above the Luxe Ballad Diamond Ring’s delicate band. Scalloped pavé diamonds add an additional element of sparkle to this classic engagement ring.

Leona Diamond Ring

This vintage-inspired engagement ring features a harmonious balance of shimmering diamond baguettes alternating with round diamonds for an eye catching look. The delicate high polish band adds distinctive appeal.

Valencia Diamond Ring

The glamorous Valencia Diamond Ring secures its center radiant cut diamond with elegant claw prongs. Featuring micro-pavé diamond accents and a diamond adorned gallery, this setting sparkles from every angle.

Grace Ring

This artfully sculpted ring features ribbons of precious metal delicately entwining around the center gem for a graceful and elegant look.

Circa Diamond Ring with Sapphire Accents

This glamorous halo setting features a row of vibrant blue sapphires set around the exterior edge of the halo. Additional diamonds on the gallery and on the split-shank band create an effect of magical shimmer.

Petite Twisted Vine Diamond Ring

Twisting strands of diamonds entwine with lustrous precious metal in this nature inspired ring. A radiant cut diamond makes for a beautiful centerpiece.

Tapered Baguette Diamond Ring

Captivating tapered baguette diamonds are bar-set in this elegant ring, brilliantly framing the center diamond. With a delicate band, this ring evokes classic beauty.

Fortuna Diamond Ring

This exceptional setting features a halo of diamond accents that curve gently around the center radiant diamond for a distinctive look. Two rows of pavé diamonds sparkle on the contemporary split shank band, while a surprise row of diamond accents on the bridge completes this glamorous look

Final Thoughts

Which radiant cut engagement ring do you like best? What diamond shape is your favorite? Share with us in the comments below, or on our Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter!

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Stacked in Your Favor: Tips to Create the Perfect Ring Stack!

Brilliant Earth - Sat, 08/25/2018 - 21:20

 

Stacking rings is one trend we hope never fades!

Whether you’re accessorizing your right hand, or adding on rings to your bridal set, a well-curated stack has the ability to make a stunning statement.

Below we’ve rounded up some Pinterest-worthy ring stack inspiration, complete with tips on how to recreate the look! You’ll be stacking like a pro before you know it.

Nest to Impress

Adding a mix of contoured bands around your engagement ring creates a unique and versatile “nested” look. Choose bands that mimic the shape of your engagement ring for a streamlined appearance. Selecting rings with diamond or gemstone accents is a great way to add sparkle to a solitaire!

 

     

 

Mix Your Metals

When it comes to creating an eye-catching ring stack, don’t be afraid to mix your metal types! Look to rings that share another common design element, such as milgrain detailing or diamond accents.

        

Pair Perfectly

If you are new to ring stacking or would rather go for a more understated look, select rings that are already perfect matches! Stack two of the same rings on top of one another, wear the same ring in two or three different metal types, or pair a solitaire band with an accented band of the same design.

    

    

Final Thoughts

Which ring stack is your favorite? Let us know on our Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or in the comments below!

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India Moves to Take Custody of Accused Jeweler Who Fled to Britain

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Mon, 08/20/2018 - 16:48
Indian authorities are seeking the extradition of Nirav Modi, whose designs have been worn by Kate Winslet and Naomi Watts. He is accused of defrauding banks of $2 billion.
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7 Rings Inspired by Ariana Grande’s Engagement Ring

Brilliant Earth - Fri, 08/03/2018 - 16:04

PHOTO: INSTAGRAM @people

 

We can’t get enough of Ariana Grande’s gorgeous engagement ring from fiancé Pete Davidson!

Pear shaped diamonds, or “teardrop diamonds”, are named for their unique shape, one that features both a rounded and pointed end. This distinctive combination of the classic round cut with the stylish marquise diamond shape gives it an elegant and elongated appearance that is sure to stand out—making a pear engagement ring perfect for the celebrity bride-to-be. Ariana is joining the likes of other noteworthy celebrities with pear engagement rings, like Margot Robbie, Victoria Beckham, Paris Hilton, Cardi B, and Sophie Turner.

Ariana’s ring features a fancy cut pear-shaped diamond of just over 3 carats, surrounded by a delicate diamond halo and set on a band accented with pavé diamonds.  While the engagement may have been quick, this is a ring that will stand the test of time.

“Pear sparklers are turning into a true star this summer,” we told The Knot, “We’ve found that in the last year, pear-shaped diamonds have grown almost three times faster than traditional round diamonds.”

If you love pear diamond rings like Ariana Grande’s as much as we do, discover some similar designs below!

Waverly Diamond Ring

This sparkling halo setting features beautiful scalloped pavé diamonds that encircle the center gem and adorn the band. A diamond-encrusted gallery makes this ring truly spectacular.

Odessa Diamond Ring

An intricate halo of pavé-set diamonds embraces and accentuates the center gem of this brilliant ring. French pavé diamond accents on the band add a truly dazzling effect.

Joy Diamond Ring

A glittering softened halo of diamonds surrounds the center gem in this elegant setting. A scalloped pavé split-shank band adds a stylish, dazzling effect.

Luxe Sienna Halo Diamond Ring

Elegant French pavé-set diamonds form a stunning halo, surrounding the center gem in a ring of brilliant light. Dazzling diamond accents adorn the band and gallery for a truly glamorous effect.

Lotus Flower Diamond Ring with Side Stones

A subtle floral diamond halo blooms around the center gem in this exquisite ring. Dazzling diamond accents adorn the band for a truly glamorous effect.

Vienna Diamond Ring

This beautiful setting features scalloped pavé diamonds that rise up the gallery and encircle the center gem in a halo of luminous sparkle.

Final Thoughts

Do you like the look of pear shaped diamonds? Do you love Ariana’s Ring? Let us know in the comments below or on our Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter!

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6 Rings like Karlie Kloss’s Engagement Ring

Brilliant Earth - Thu, 08/02/2018 - 17:12

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Model and entrepreneur Karlie Kloss is sporting a new accessory!

Last week, Karlie announced her engagement via Instagram to her boyfriend Josh Kushner. Since her announcement, Karlie’s shared photos showcasing her gorgeous engagement ring—and we were excited to share our thoughts on all the details!

Town & Country sought out Brilliant Earth for our expert opinion, and we shared that the ring’s “center diamond appears to be a cushion cut that weighs between seven and eight carats” and estimated that “the ring costs between $200,000 and $500,000, depending on the quality and characteristics of the center stone.”
Kloss’s engagement ring is classically beautiful and sophisticated. It showcases a sparkling diamond set on a delicate band embellished with glittering pavé diamonds. Cushion cut diamonds have been sought after for centuries due to their enduring elegance. Especially popular in classic, halo, and antique style settings, a cushion cut center diamond is an elegant choice.

We told TIME, “Kloss’s ring falls in line with a consistent trend of particularly fancy cut diamonds set on delicate diamond bands. We’ve seen this trend in model Hailey Baldwin’s engagement ring from Justin Bieber and singer Ariana Grande’s from comedian Pete Davidson.”

Want to get Karlie’s engagement ring look? Discover our favorite lookalike rings below!

Viviana


This classic engagement ring features sparkling scalloped pavé diamonds that extend three-fourths of the way around the ring. A diamond adorned gallery and graceful claw prongs embrace the center cushion cut diamond.

Luxe Ballad

This classic engagement ring features sparkling scalloped pavé diamonds that extend three-fourths of the way around the ring. The center gem appears to float above the delicate band.

Valencia


Micro-pavé diamonds shimmer from every angle of this petite domed engagement ring, which features a diamond adorned gallery and graceful claw prongs that embrace the center gem.

Lissome


Scalloped pavé diamonds embellish the top of the band and gallery in this classically beautiful engagement ring. The shoulders rise to a cathedral setting and showcase a center gemstone secured by chic claw prongs.

Sienna Diamond Ring

This glamorous ring secures the center gem with elegant claw prongs and features French pavé diamonds, a setting style that allows light to reach the diamonds from multiple angles and enhances their sparkle.

Demi Diamond Ring


This elegant engagement ring features a glittering hidden halo of diamonds that wraps around the center gem. A petite band complements the gallery for an elegant, chic look.

Final Thoughts

Do you love the look of cushion cut diamonds? Which celebrity engagement ring is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below or on our Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter!

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The History and Meaning of August’s Birthstone

Brilliant Earth - Wed, 08/01/2018 - 18:56

 

Vibrant yellow-green peridot is the birthstone for those born in the month of August. Known as a symbol of opportunity and prosperity, peridot is beloved by many. Read on to discover what makes peridots so enchanting.

PERIDOT GEMOLOGY

Peridot is a rare gemstone that only occurs naturally in one color. It is a form of Olivine (think olive green), a mineral composed of magnesium and iron.  With the inclusion of outside elements, certain gemstones can occur in every color of the rainbow. The August birthstone, however, only comes in subtle shades of green. It will never be blue, red, purple, orange, or anything else! It is unique in its specificity.

All peridots came to exist on Earth in one of two ways: they either formed deep underground at high temperatures or caught a ride on flaming meteorites (called pallasite meteorites). Peridot from asteroids is extremely rare and valuable, but lucky for us, the United States has a steady supply of peridots made underground. Brilliant Earth sources our stunning peridots from the San Carlos Reservation in Arizona, where Native American community members revere the land and use low-impact mining techniques. These gemstones provide Native Americans with safe, secure livelihoods in an otherwise isolated area.

PERIDOT BIRTHSTONE HISTORY AND MEANING

Peridots have been steeped in myth for thousands of years. Pliny the Elder (23-79 AD), an ancient naturalist, first recorded the existence of peridot on a small island off the coast of Egypt. He originally called the stone “topazios” and described it as a gem that was commonly green but also occurred with yellowish tones. He named that island Topazios, after the gem, but it was later renamed St. John’s Island or Zabargad. This island was closely guarded by the ancient Egyptians because it was thought to be the site of priceless treasures. It is widely believed that some of Cleopatra’s famous emeralds were actually peridots!

The Egyptians called peridot the “gem of the sun,” and some thought that it protected against nightmares. It was also believed to bring the wearer confidence, power, and general good luck and health. Peridots are also closely connected to the Hawaiian culture—they are thought to be the tears of the volcano goddess Pele. The sand on the Big Island’s Papakolea Beach is a rare and beautiful green hue due to a high content of crushed olivine.

AUGUST BIRTHSTONE JEWELRY

Peridot ranges in color from yellowish lime green to deep, earthy olive tones, making them a very sought after jewelry choice. These gemstones are a wonderful option for those who love green gemstones but are looking for an option at a lower price point than emeralds. Certain shades of peridot can easily be confused with emeralds! When set against lustrous sterling silver, peridots can show off their fresh, vibrant sparkle.

If you are looking for a piece of unique jewelry for someone born in August (even if that’s you!) consider our Silver Peridot Twist Pendant or our Silver Peridot Stud Earrings.  One famous fan of peridot earrings is the Duchess of Cambridge, or Princess Kate, who has frequently been seen in a pair of peridot, blue topaz, and diamond earrings.

VINTAGE PERIDOT JEWELRY

Vintage peridot jewelry is frequently found from the Victorian, Edwardian, and Art Nouveau eras. King Edward VII (for whom the Edwardian era is named) declared it his favorite gemstone, which made it a popular choice for his subjects. Art Nouveau era jewelers favored colorful, semi-precious stones such as peridot.

CARING FOR PERIDOT

Peridot is durable enough for everyday wear in jewelry, but should be treated with care to avoid scratching. Clean your peridot with mild soap and warm water.

FINAL THOUGHTS

Happy birthday August babies! Embrace your green, ancient, cosmic, birthstone!

What do you love about peridots? Tell us on InstagramFacebookTwitter, or in the comments!

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Beautiful Bezel Set Diamond Rings

Brilliant Earth - Wed, 07/25/2018 - 23:06

 

Bezel set rings are beloved for their sleek design and modern curves. This distinctive diamond setting is stunning when featured at the center of an engagement ring, but also looks utterly unique when used in accent stones and wedding bands.

What is a bezel setting?

A bezel setting surrounds the gem’s girdle (its widest point) with a thin band of precious metal to create a perfectly smooth edge and keep the gem secure.

 

Bezel Setting Vs. Prong Setting

Rather than surrounding the gemstone in precious metal, prong settings hold the diamond in place with either bead, peg, or claw prongs. The prong is notched at the gem’s girdle to secure it in place. Since prong set styles use less precious metal to hold the gemstone in place, more light filters through the diamond. This causes prong set diamonds to appear more brilliant than bezel set diamonds. Solitaire prong settings tend to be less expensive than solitaire bezel settings since less metal is used.

Prong settings leave the diamond more exposed, so if you live an active lifestyle your diamond might be at a higher risk of getting damaged.

Bezel settings leave the diamond completely wrapped in metal, keeping it very secure. Although less light reaches the diamond in a bezel setting, a band of lustrous precious metal may make your gemstone appear larger.

Advantages of bezel settings

If you live a highly active lifestyle, or work in an environment where your ring is likely to get bumped often, bezel settings are a great choice! A stone held in a bezel setting is less likely to get loose and fall out, making this setting an excellent choice for active people.

Bezel setting can also be great at hiding a gemstone’s visible defects, such as chips or inclusions. If you are opting for a softer gemstone, such as an opal or emerald, a bezel setting will protect them from scratches and chips better than a prong setting would.

These settings also offer versatility in style. They’re especially great if you love modern engagement rings, but you want a ring with a bit of vintage flair. Choosing a bezel setting with light-reflecting milgrain detailing can add a touch of old world charm. If you want something a bit more glamorous, you could choose a bezel setting with diamond accents. Semi-bezel rings—featuring a bezel that does not surround the entire circumference of the gemstone— are also secure and create gorgeous, flowing styles.

 

Bezel Set Engagement Rings

Luna Ring

This beautiful modern ring features a bezel set center gem with a sleek band for a contemporary look.

Alvadora Diamond Ring

This truly exceptional vintage-inspired ring features a bezel set center gem surrounded by lavishly detailed latticework and a halo of shimmering diamonds.

Imogen Diamond Ring

This stellar ring features a center gem bezel-set and slightly lofted within an intricate milgrained halo for a brilliant sparkle. The distinctive and beautifully detailed gallery lends subtle but eye-catching appeal.

Bella Diamond Ring

This feminine ring features a bezel-set gem floating above a halo of shimmering diamond accents. Delicate milgrain detail surrounding the gems creates an aura of vintage romance.

Malia Diamond Ring

An intricate halo of pavé-set diamonds embraces and accentuates the center bezel set fancy shaped gem of this brilliant modern style ring. Diamond accents on the band and a chic open gallery add a truly dazzling effect.

Sierra Ring

Slightly lofted within an intricate milgrained halo for a brilliant sparkle, this striking ring features a gorgeous bezel set center gem. The distinctive and beautifully detailed gallery lends exceptional appeal.

Cherie Diamond Ring

Five dazzling round bezel-set diamonds are embellished by subtle milgrain, adding to the modern yet timelessly romantic look of this diamond ring.

 

Bezel Set Wedding and Anniversary Rings

Luxe Solstice Eternity Diamond Ring

Round bezel set diamonds encircle the finger in this glamorous band. Milgrain detailing adds another dimension of interest, making for a timeless look.

Petite Ivy Scroll Diamond Ring

Swirling vines of precious metal and bezel set diamonds wrap around the finger in this delicate wedding band.

Bezel Diamond Ring Stack

This beautiful modern ring features a princess cut diamond set at compass points in a contemporary bezel setting. The sleek and delicate band looks wonderful alone or worn in a stack.

Quintessa Diamond Ring

Five bezel set round brilliant diamonds are encircled by glittering pavé diamond accents in this striking ring.

Final Thoughts

Whether you’re attracted to bezel settings for their sleek and modern appearance, or you prefer them for practical reasons, there’s no doubt that these rings are striking! Let us know what style is your favorite on our Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or in the comments below.

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This Porcelain Is Tougher Than It Looks

NY Times Jewels and Jewelries - Fri, 07/20/2018 - 10:00
The Hong Kong jeweler Wallace Chan spent seven years developing a type of porcelain that is five times harder than steel, and he’s more than ready to demonstrate it.
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What Jewelry to Wear According to Your Zodiac Sign

Brilliant Earth - Thu, 07/19/2018 - 21:29

 

Horoscopes can provide insight into everything from who you’re compatible with to where you should vacation.

Your zodiac sign can also reveal your taste in style! So when it comes to jewelry, let the stars guide you toward the perfect pieces to add to your or your loved one’s jewelry wardrobe. Turn to your astrological sign to learn what type of jewelry is just right for you!

Capricorn (December 22 – January 19)

Capricorns love wearing luxurious and sophisticated jewelry. Whether attending a gala or just heading to work, they’re always dressed to their best. A glamorous tennis bracelet or sculptural twist pendant would certainly be met with Capricorn’s approval!

Aquarius (January 20 – February 18)

Not one to follow trends, Aquarius loves an alternative accessory. Aquarius tends wear jewelry featuring colors that highlight their vibrant personalities or interesting pieces that tell a story. The Oceana Aquamarine and Diamond Pendant and Ivy Scroll Diamond Ring both feature interesting design elements sure to fit into the Aquarius’s distinctive wardrobe!

Pisces (February 19 – March 20)

When it comes to accessorizing, Pisces tend to express their free-spirited nature. Known as having a more bohemian style, they love nature inspired pieces that reflect their friendly disposition and laid-back lifestyle, like the Moon Stud Earrings or Petite Twisted Vine Diamond Ring.

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Energetic Aries tend to gravitate toward luxurious yet understated accessories to pair with their fashion-forward wardrobe choices. The Flair Diamond Ring and Baguette Diamond Earrings both provide Aries with just the right amount of distinctive sparkle without making too bold of a statement.

Taurus (April 20 – May 20)

With their fingers perpetually on the pulse of the fashion industry, those born under the Taurus sign often choose accessories that look both beautiful and expensive. They are also great at selecting items that will stand the test of time. Although the Taurus woman values comfort, she rarely sacrifices  style, making the fuss-free Diamond Twist Pendant and Ball Stud Earrings perfect for her.

Gemini (May 21 – June 20)

Versatile Geminis don’t like to be known as having one “signature style”, and frequently switch up their look depending on their mood. They are risk-takers and enjoying wearing accessories that turn heads, like the Jardinière Diamond Ring or the Luxe Shared Prong Diamond Hoop Earrings.

Cancer (June 21 – July 22)

Elegant and refined Cancers are all about the classics, but there’s nothing stale about the pieces they choose. Cancers tend to gravitate toward feminine styles and love a subtle color palette of blues and whites. Sapphire Diamond Halo Earrings and a sleek bar pendant make great go-to items for Cancers.

Leo (July 23 – August 22)

Passionate Leos are known to choose eye-catching pieces. Lovers of vibrant and bold hues, Leos are never one to back away from the center of attention, making the luxe Estrella Diamond Ring and colorful Silver Bouquet Pendant perfect additions to their jewelry collection.

Virgo (August 23 – September 22)

A Virgo’s jewelry box is filled with classic pieces that fit right in with their practical wardrobe. They gravitate towards ladylike yet functional jewelry, and are rarely over-the-top. Virgos like pieces they can wear over and over again, go-to pieces that go with everything.

Libra (September 23 – October 22)

Libras seek out classic pieces with distinctive elements that are still versatile enough to be styled with the items in their brimming closets. Libras aren’t afraid to rock alternative gemstones and diamond shapes. The Opal Halo Diamond Pendant and Brynn Diamond Ring both offer the perfect balance of trendy and traditional.

Scorpio (October 23 – November 21)

Subtle yet dramatic Scorpios love to let their inner light shine by wearing pieces that make them feel powerful and intriguing. Gravitating toward graceful jewelry items with a little bit of an edge, Scorpios would love to wear the Barre Diamond Ring or the deep red Silver Garnet Earrings.

Sagittarius (November 22 – December 21)

Adventurous Sagittarius loves whimsical styles and pieces that have character. Although they love to take chances when it comes to their accessories, they tend to opt for items that remind them of a journey they’ve had or recent travels. A Sagittarius would love the charming Juniper Earrings and Savannah Diamond Ring.

Final Thoughts

Would you wear your sign’s suggested jewelry items? Let us know in the comments below or on our Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter!

 

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10 Unique Oval Engagement Rings

Brilliant Earth - Fri, 07/13/2018 - 21:49

 

Oval shaped diamonds are an ideal choice for those who love the dazzling brilliance of a round cut, but desire something more unique!

Oval engagement rings are more popular than ever, and for a good reason! With celebrities like Blake Lively, Jennifer Aniston, and Kate Middleton all wearing rings with oval shaped center gems, oval diamonds are becoming increasingly sought-after. Their shape is not only elegant and beautiful, but they are also a great option for the budget-conscious as they often appear bigger than other diamond shapes of equal carat weight. This is because the oval diamond’s elongated shape maximizes its surface area, resulting in a larger appearance.

Popular Oval Shaped Diamond Engagement Rings

Oval diamonds offer a distinctive spin to the classic round diamond, and look dazzling in nearly any engagement ring setting. We love the look of ovals in three stone engagement ring settings as well as in trendy east-west settings.

Prelude Diamond Ring

Fancy Halo Diamond Ring

Aria Diamond Ring

Odelia Diamond Ring

Simone Diamond Ring

Elodie Ring

Cadenza Halo Diamond Ring

Ellipse Diamond Ring

Selene Diamond Ring

Luxe Willow Halo Diamond Ring

Final Thoughts

Would you wear an oval diamond engagement ring? What setting is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below, or on our Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter!

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