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Top Six Engagement Ring Trends for 2019

Posted by on February 19, 2019 in News Flash with 0 Comments

As the New Year brings new beginnings, let’s have a look at the new and hot picks for engagement rings. So, whether it’s a ring stack or a rose gold beauty, let’s explore the top six trending engagement ring designs for 2019:


1) Solitaire Rings

Diamond solitaire rings have always made their spot in the most trending rings and will continue with its status in 2019 as well. It is very popular among the brides. When they think of an engagement ring, the one and only choice is always a single stunning solitaire diamond. Something, girls always dream of.

2) Mixed Metals

Now-a-days, jewelry is being made using a combination of metals. Silver? Gold? Who said you ever had to choose? Engagement rings with mixed metals are on a rising trend as these rings are visually beautiful and also have a recall factor of the eras of the past. Such an engagement ring will match with all of your jewelry if you are used to wearing different metals.

3) Rose Gold

Forget about the silver and gold, as now rose gold (or pink gold) has replaced the gold. So, you have more choices available.  Thanks to its gorgeous look and pretty color, it’s now becoming a popular metal of choice.

4) Ring Stacks

After mixed metals and rose gold, the ring stacks are becoming quite popular among the women. Ever seen a three-stack ring with three different colors or made up of metals – gold silver and platinum? Now you can own all metals in one ring. The stacked engagement ring has a bohemian look as is being preferred by brides if not for engagement, then for occasion like first anniversary.

5) Gold Diamond Rings

Whether it is an opal or a colored gemstone, girls are now exploring more when it comes to gold diamond rings. Alongside diamond, they want twist of pearl or gemstones apart from those traditional white diamonds. Gemstones popular in this category are pink diamond, sapphire, ruby, moissanite, morganite and clear topaz.


6) Black Rings

Ever heard of a black diamond? It’s a decadent black diamond that does not sparkle as its white counterparts. Remember the universal phenomenon – “Black absorbs light, rather than reflecting it” – it is followed in these rings too. Next time you go for jewelry shopping, try these pretty darn spectacular black diamonds.

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