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What’s Your Ring Style?

What’s Your Ring Style? - The Better Diamonds

In today’s crowded market there is no shortage of ring styles to choose from. With such an array, how can you decide what the right ring is for you?

We at The Better Diamonds are here to help! Let us take you through some of the most popular ring styles. Some might even surprise you.


 With the solitaire ring, the saying “all eyes on you” springs to mind. The key feature of these rings is that there is one diamond at the center. When it comes to engagement rings, this is considered the classic. This is a great choice if you are looking for a ring that can be both modest yet clearly defined. The fact that it is simple in style, allows you to also stack it with other rings such as wedding bands and it will not look cluttered on your finger. 


The term vintage is rather broad and can encompass many things. When it comes to rings, there are styles from various periods in the past that are making a comeback. Antique ring styles are sometimes bulkier than sleek thin modern rings, but they often come with added design features such as milgrain beads. This gives the ring an added sparkle and can be a perfect choice when looking for a ring that makes a statement.

Art Deco

The art deco era of the 1920’s and 30’s has provided the vintage ring seeker with some gems of its own. Coming in at slightly more modern than antique rings, key identifiers of this style are bold colors, jewels, and geometric patterns. One can also find added styling techniques within these diamonds such as filigree or goldwork.

Secret Diamond Halo Emerald Engagement Ring in White Gold - The Better Diamonds


Sometimes it’s the little things that make all the difference. When it comes to diamond shopping, you may wish to consider going for a cluster ring. Why? Well, a cluster setting is made up of many smaller diamonds that create the effect of a larger stone. This gives you both sparkle and brilliance, as well as a more affordable price tag.

Vintage Halo Emerald Engagement Ring in Rose Gold - The Better Diamonds


Looking for your central diamond to take the limelight? Then this may be the ring for you! Whether you choose a white diamond or a colored gem, with a halo setting you have pavé-set diamonds around the centerpiece creating the halo effect. This enhances the sparkle and can make a smaller central stone appear larger. The halo setting can be implemented for vintage as well as modern ring designs and various diamond cuts.

Three Stone

You know the saying “three is a crowd”? Well, not this time! With a three stone diamond ring, you have the ability to get creative. Whether you choose to mix and match stone sizes, colors, and styles, or you go the symmetric route, this design gives you plenty of room to create your perfect engagement ring. Of course, the ring itself can be smooth and sleek, studded with diamonds using milgrain craftsmanship, twisted in a filigree design or in combination of whatever style you would like.

We hope this blog has given you some insights about what goes into the rings you love. Whether you are looking for milgrain features, filigree designs, goldwork additions, pavé-set stones or something else, get in touch with us at The Better Diamonds, and let us know your style and how we can help you design your perfect ring of a lifetime.

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