Guide to Three-Stone Engagement Rings
If you have been browsing recent trends in engagement rings, you have seen that the three-stone ring has risen in popularity in recent years. Because ring designers are using more subtle side stones to accent the main center diamond, the three-stone engagement ring is now back in style.
The three-stone setting is a versatile setting that can be used for engagement, but also for other occasions such as your wedding anniversary. The three stones, set closely together, symbolize the your relationship’s past, present, and future.
These stones can either be all the same size or, as is often the case, the center stone is larger than the two side stones. The most popular diamond shapes for this setting are the round brilliant cut and the princess cut. It’s possible to personalize this setting with colored side stones, such as sapphires, rubies, emeralds, or other birthstones.
Also called a trilogy or trinity ring, three-stone settings are perfect if you’re in the market for a ring with a custom feel. While a trio of round-cut diamonds are the most popular version of this setting, three-stone rings occur in a wide variety of diamond cuts, sizes and colors. Personalize this symbolic style by experimenting with different combinations of stones until you find one that feels like you.
The three-stone engagement ring also allows you to use heirloom stones as part of your setting. If you have a family wedding ring that you are trying to incorporate into your engagement ring, the three-stone ring is the setting to consider. Visit Master Jewelers to talk with our jewelers about creating a custom design for your three-stone engagement ring setting. Your bride-to-be won’t be disappointed.
The timeless and elegant look of a three-stone ring, along with a personalized touch, make the three-stone setting the perfect choice for your engagement ring.