Diamond engagement rings represent a couple in love and committed. If you’re in the market for a diamond ring and or set of wedding bands, you’ll probably want some ideas for engagement ring styles. At Gold Buyers Melbourne, we buy and sell diamond rings of all cuts and styles. Below are the most popular and trending fancy-shaped diamonds and engagement ring trends in 2019.
Emily Ratajkowski has made this unconventional diamond engagement ring style a trend-setter for 2019. The ring features two stones in different cuts - a pear and princess cut diamond seated next to each other on the band. Emrata stated that she designed the massive ring herself, and didn’t receive it until four months after her surprise wedding to Sebastian Bear-McClard. Unconventional brides with an artistic bent may enjoy designing their own ring with multiple stone settings in different diamond cuts. Either way, this type of ring is a head-turner.
In early June, Meghan Markle unveiled a newly designed engagement ring in an eternity setting. This ring setting features three stones in different sizes and cuts, with the stones representing past, present and future milestones in the couple’s life.
Rose gold became extremely popular during the mid-1920s at the height of the Art Deco period thanks to Cartier. The feminine rose gold shade is flattering for all skin types and has made a significant comeback this year.
While a center stone engagement ring style has always been popular, many brides do not like the heavier look and feel of center-cut stones. A smaller cut diamond in a daintier setting is becoming popular with this year’s brides.
This ring setting is incredibly stunning with emerald diamond cuts, where the stone is featured on a horizontal setting. Emerald-cut diamonds tend to have higher brilliance and sparkle for the ultimate show-stopper ring.
In general, round-cut diamonds are the most popular, but pear-shaped and marquise cut stones are trending this year. These tapered cuts can slim and elongate the fingers.
For brides who love vintage style designs, the cushion cut was once the default diamond shape for stone rings and engagement bands. This shape is a square-cut diamond with rounded corners. When light hits the stone, it’s reflected in a chunkier pattern than sleeker, more modern diamond cuts.
Diamonds aren’t every girl’s best friend. Non-diamond stone alternatives are becoming a popular engagement ring style for modern-day brides. Sapphires in all colours and white topaz which looks very similar to a white diamond are trending today.
Are you on the hunt for that unique, one-of-kind engagement ring for your special someone? Whether you’d like a white gold ring, traditional yellow gold ring, or vintage-inspired rose gold, you can find it here at Gold Buyers Melbourne. You can also sell or pawn diamond rings to us if you’d like to make some fast cash on the side. Stop in today at our secure location and browse our selection of diamond jewelry.
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