10 best gemstones for non-traditional engagement rings

large

Think outside the box: sometimes just one style doesn’t fit all brides. A colored stone will set a ring apart, pair it with diamonds and you’ll have the best of both worlds! At Szul, we’ve come up with a choice of 10 beautiful and unique rings with the finest gems that will give you the best look when you say the big “Yes!”

Find an engagement ring that fits your personality here:

Aquamarine

“Aquamarine” is derived from the Latin word for “seawater”, this sky blue stone with tints of green reminds us of paradise. Recently it has become a really trendy stone, and we think is beyond perfect for a summer proposal at the beach!

AQUAMARINE_DIAMONDS_YELLOW_GOLD_ENGAGEMENT_RING

1.50 CARAT PEAR SHAPE AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND RING IN 10K YELLOW GOLD

Garnet

The most popular color hue for garnet is this stunning deep red that undeniably matches with the antique settings for engagement rings, a great choice for an even better price.

GARNET_AND_DIAMOND_THREE_STONE_ENGAGEMENT_RING

1.75 GARNET AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING 14K WHITE GOLD

Pink Topaz

Topaz is the most popular choice for engagement rings after the well known diamond, in its pure form the topaz is actually colorless but to our amusement, it’s the little imperfections that leave us with colorful gemstones and our favorite is by far, the pink tone.

FYI it is also the gemstone that commemorates the 23rd wedding anniversary!

SPR8022PZ

4.50 CARAT PINK TOPAZ & DIAMOND RING IN WHITE GOLD

Emerald

Add an emerald to a classic vintage setting or a modern one, with this stone you’ll have a timeless engagement ring that’s fashionable and elegant at the same time. Emerald is like no other green gemstone, it highly surpasses them with its unmatched vivid tones.

EMERALD_DIAMOND_FLOWER_ENGAGEMENT_RING

1 CARAT EMERALD AND DIAMOND FLOWER TWIST RING IN 14K YELLOW GOLD

Sapphire

They are the perfect substitute for the diamond, the sapphire is the third hardest mineral on earth, and one of the most durable too! Excellent choice if you plan on wearing your engagement ring every day.

PRR51035SP

1.00 CARAT OVAL SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING IN 14K WHITE GOLD

Ruby

The blood-red tone of the ruby screams luxury! Both resistant and shiny, the finest of the red gemstones is undeniably the ruby, a choice for the most passionate brides.

RUBY_DIAMOND_ENGRAVED_ENGAGEMENT_RING

2.50 CARAT OVAL RUBY AND DIAMOND ENGRAVED RING IN 10K WHITE GOLD

Opal

Opal’s popularity has skyrocketed recently, they reflect the entire rainbow as they move, and every one of them is unique. Opals are believed to bring happiness and confidence for the wearer.

OPAL_DIAMOND_ENGAGEMENT_RING

MORNING GLORY OVAL OPAL & DIAMOND RING

Tanzanite

This rare stone was discovered recently in Northern Tanzania. This is a particularly precious stone, as it is said that only a 30-year supply is left on the world. If you’re one of a kind, this is the gemstone for you!

TANZANITE_DIAMOND_WRAP_ENGAGEMENT_RING

OVAL CUT TANZANITE AND DIAMOND WRAP RING IN 14KT WHITE GOLD

Amethyst

When this stone is well cut, there’s no other like it. The purple/lavender hue is both romantic and mysterious, lovely choice for an intellectual lady.

AMETHYST_DIAMOND_ENGAGEMENT_RING

5.00 CARAT AMETHYST AND DIAMOND HALO RING IN 14K WHITE GOLD

Peridot

The olive-green tone of the peridot is the only one you will find, this makes this a very special gemstone. The brightest of greens for the woman that’s true to her identity!

Peridots are often considered a token of love because Napoleon famously gifted his first wife Josephine with one with that symbolism of his admiration.

PERIDOT_DIAMOND_ENGAGEMENT_RING

Advertisements
This entry was posted in Birth Month Gemstones, Blog Posts, Bridal, Diamond, diamond rings, Jewelry, Trends and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s