Classic is known as "time honored," or the "standard."As it pertains to engagement rings we want to show how they are classic. Is classic a four prong ring, a six prong ring, a bezel set ring or en engagement ring with tapered baguettes? Well, at, we think they all are classic. Our clarity enhanced engagement rings are all conflict free, and expertly crafted. Here are four of our favorite classic engagement rings.

Solitaire Engagement Rings

Solitaire engagement rings, with four or six prongs, are always classic. Solitaire engagement rings with clarity enhanced diamonds are wonderful and stunning. All of our solitaire diamond rings have certificates from the EGL, and will be conflict free.

Three Stone Engagement Rings

Three stone engagement rings are classic, and will stay classic for years to come. Either in platinum or gold, this stunning past, present, and future ring is elegant and always in style.

Engagement Rings with Tapered Baguettes

Clarity enhanced engagement rings with round cut diamonds, or fancy shape diamonds, including princess cuts, look stunning with tapered baguette diamonds as a beautiful accent for your three stone ring. Always classic and time honored!

Solitaire Engagement Rings with Tapered Bands

Tapered bands are also beautiful and elegant. A tapered band will give your affordable engagement ring a little bit of a different look with a bit of style.Our collection of solitaire engagement rings are conflict free!

Micropave Engagement Rings

One of the hottest styles we think here to stay is micropave. Many beautiful platinum engagement rings featuring pear shape and emerald cut diamonds using a pave prong setting and look fantastic!

Vintage Style Engagement Rings

One of the hottest looks are vintage style engagement rings with beautiful milgrain embellishments. They are simply fantastic. Clarity enhanced diamond rings using a radiant cut or princess cut with milgrain embellishments will look stunning

Final Thoughts:

We love engagement rings. Here is our list of 5 classic engagement rings. Which style do you love? Tell us on Facebook or Twitter!