There are a few types of classic engagement rings that stand the test of time. It doesn't matter if a classic round diamond, or beautiful pear cut diamond, or the princess cut diamond is the focal point of a ring. The engagement rings we are referring to are the ever popular solitaire ring, three stone ring, micropave ring and the famous 4 prong tiffany setting. These beautiful rings come in platinum, palladium, white gold, yellow gold and (the hot color of the day) rose gold. Our collection of diamonds is always ethical and conflict free, using only recycled gold. Here are four classic engagement rings.

Round Brilliant Cut Diamond

Classic, and beautiful, the round brilliant cut diamond is the most popular diamond cut today. Whether you pair this diamond cut with round or baguette accent diamonds, or have it solo in a solitaire engagement ring , you will have a match made in heaven.

Princess Cut Three Stone Ring

The princess cut diamond is arguably the most popular fancy cut diamond today. This clarity enhanced diamond engagement ring features a glittering princess cut diamond residing in a three stone engagement ring .

Pear Cut Engagement Ring

It was the 1960's, and after Richard Burton gave his wife Liz Taylor a pear shape engagement ring , the world of pear shapes was never the same again. After waning in popularity during the 1990's, we see a rise in the pear cut diamond's popularity today. Here is it paired with tapered baguettes, and we see this trend staying.

Micropave Engagement Rings

Micropave engagement rings are simply fantastic! This .40 carat emerald cut diamond is flanked by two princess cut diamond accents, and 25 pave set diamonds, all residing in a 14 Kt white gold setting. A beautiful vintage style look without the wear and tear of age.

Final Conclusion:

Classic engagement rings are timeless! Which ring is your favorite? Tell us on Facebook or Twitter!