If you’re not convinced a traditional diamond engagement ring is the right fit for you, choosing a sapphire engagement ring is the perfect way to add a splash of personality and uniqueness to this special piece of jewelry.
More and more design driven and artistic brides-to-be are choosing colored engagement rings for their uniqueness, design aesthetics & affordability.
However, with the countless combinations of center stone shapes, metal colors, setting designs, low basket vs high basket options, it can be a bit of overwhelming to know where to begin.
To help you narrow down your search, here are some of the most popular alternative engagement ring designs we have made in 2021.
A radiant cut peach sapphire, claw set in a 18K yellow gold setting featuring a trio of round and pear shaped diamonds on either side.
2) Three Stone - Pear Diamonds
A round teal sapphire, claw set in a 18K white gold setting, showcasing pear-shaped diamond on either side.
3) Marquise Cut
A marquise cut white sapphire, set in a sleek 6 prongs 14K rose gold cathedral setting
4) Floral Cluster
A cushion cut teal sapphire, claw set in a 14K rose gold floral setting featuring three marquise diamonds on either side.
5) Dainty Band
A radiant cut blue sapphire claw set in an 18k yellow gold low basket setting with a tapered row of diamonds on either side.
6) Engagement Ring Set
An oval teal sapphire, claw set in a 14K rose gold french basket setting, matching the wedding band & crown ring
7) Three Stone - Kite Diamonds
An emerald cut peach sapphire claw set in a three stone setting featuring kite shape diamonds on either side.
8) Half Halo
A pear-shaped blue sapphire set in a 18K yellow gold half halo setting showcasing pear-shaped and round diamonds.
9) Three Stone - Round Diamonds
An oval blue sapphire set in a 18K setting showcasing round diamonds on either side.
10) Pear Halo
A pear-shaped teal sapphire, claw set in a sleek 18k white gold halo setting with round diamonds on the band.