I needed to get my engagement ring re-set. So I’ve been obsessively looking up different unique engagement rings. That means I’ve been scouring the interwebs for months and months for awesome ring designs. And now the problem is I have too many awesome unique engagement rings to take inspiration from, and it’s doing my head in.
Wanna see my favorites? Lookie lookie…
Catbird’s Cornelia ring also has a very unique prong feature. And now I wish I had a grey rose cut diamond!
This solitaire setting with the swipe of gold, is something that you rarely see.
Maybe making the band the main feature would make the engagement ring more unique? I just love this ring from Joseph Jewelry.
I could go with something super simple like this ring.
Maybe if the band is almost as thick of the diamond and set deep into the settings, like this one?
But man, I do love a super-thin band because they’re easier to wear with stacking bands. And this one by Jennie Kwon gave me some good ideas for setting back my baguettes.
I love how the gold is collected up on the sides of the diamond, instead of using side stones.
Speaking of side stones… I have to do something with the baguettes on the ring, so I was thinking of using them in the ring like in this setting from Catbird. Which, btw, is my top-runner at the moment, if only for the cool studded details. That’s unique AF.
Or I could take the two baguettes and make them into an entirely new and awesome ring. Like the Perryn Diamond Baguette ring.
UPDATE: Here’s what my engagement ring looks like now!
I got in touch with the wonderful folks at Joseph Jewelry to design my perfect unique engagement ring based on a lot of my favorite parts of all of these rings. You can read about the entire process here. But this is what we ended up creating:
Okay, your turn: which ones do you like best? And feel free to suggest other sources of unique engagement rings!