To keep you apprised of the styles du jour, we’ve rounded up the
2017 engagement ring trends that are going to be huge 2017. From Edwardian-inspired designs to intertwined bands, you’re sure to find “the one” that’s perfect for you.
Halo settings have been popular for some time. And it’s easy to see why. A row of sparkling gems draws attention to the beauty of your center stone and makes it look bigger, too! In 2017, we’re forecasting a more unique take on the trend — everything from intricate, vintage-inspired designs to geometric blinged-out halos.
Go retro with your halo. This diamond-accented octagonal frame is encrusted with bezel-set baguettes for a hint of Art Deco charm.
Amp up the sparkle with a diamond-encrusted twisted halo — or as we like to call it a “forever frame.” The pavé split shank (another 2017 trend) guarantees that this baby shines from every angle.
Colored stones were a big trend in 2016, and they’ll continue to be totally covetable next year too…but with a twist. Instead of a single colored stone, 2017 will bring gemstone accents. Think an emerald and diamond duo or a pink diamond halo.
We love the look of a two stone ring. And it’s even more fun with a pop of color! This antique platinum and gold bypass style ring pairs an old European cut diamond with a square cut emerald—long associated with a happy marriage.
You can’t help but fall in love with this
spectacular Tiffany ring. A cushion cut stone (popular among celebs, like Bar Refaeli and Gabrielle Union) is encircled by a double halo of pink and white bead-set diamonds. Rare pink diamonds represent love — a fitting tribute to your relationship and life together.
Engagement rings from the
Edwardian era, are beloved for their intricacy and femininity. The use of platinum, tons diamonds and often colored gemstones, and intricate details are hallmarks of this period. Whether you’re opting for a handmade antique or a vintage-inspired design, you can’t help but be captivated by the distinctive charm of the era.
This antique engagement ring (circa 1910) embodies the delicate craftsmanship of the Edwardian era. From the navette shape to the platinum setting and use of calibre-cut sapphires for a touch of color, this striking piece is truly a one of a kind!
Part of T&H’s exclusive vintage-inspired collection, this
gorgeous Edwardian-style ring centers a bezel set old European-cut diamond. The intricate platinum oval motif is enhanced with bead set antique round diamonds and delicate milgrained edges.
Pavé bands sparkled in 2016. For next year, we’re predicting a contemporary take. There’s something so delicate and modern about a split shank (when the band splits in two as it intersects with the diamond). Specific? Sure. Stunning? Without a doubt.
Is this not one of the most magnificent rings you’ve ever seen? We love the warm, femininity of rose gold. The delicate diamond-studded split shank spotlights round cut diamond center stone in all of its sparkling glory.
Looking for a contemporary twist on a classic diamond engagement ring? This
diamond-encrusted split shank allows in more light, for major sparkle factor.