5 ways you never thought to rock marquis diamonds in your engagement ring #Sponsors: Jewelry#custom rings#diamond ring#engagement ring Posted Feb 9 2016 Offbeat Editors This business paid a fee to be listed on Offbeat Bride because they feel their products and services are a great fit with offbeat philosophies… and we agree. Learn more about our ads. Custom Solitaire Marquise Diamond Engagement Ring Ah, the marquise diamond. It's awesome, it's unique, and it's often hard to think of creative ways to set it. True story: my best friend inherited her grandmother's marquise diamond engagement ring when she got engaged, it was pretty but the setting wasn't offbeat enough for her taste. So off she went researching marquise engagement ring settings, and didn't come away with much. Oh how she wishes our sponsor Joseph Jewelry had been around with their fantastical marquise ring settings. I bet you'll see at least three ways you've never thought to rock a marquise diamond… Flip it on it's side Custom Marquise Diamond Engagement Ring That same friend I mentioned above, totally did this with her marquise diamond and it BLEW MY MIND. Yes, it's embarrassing that the editor of Offbeat freaking Bride didn't think to turn something traditional on it's side, but hi, I'm Megan, and this surprised the hell out of me. How cool does it look though? I mean, how freaking cute is this one! I forsee a future where wearing a marquis on the horizontal will be just as popular as ye ol' vertical settings. Go crooked Custom Organic Marquise and Pear Diamond Engagement Ring If setting a marquise on it's side freaked your freak as much as it did mine, then you can imagine how stoked I was to see this crooked marquise diamond ring! Just ever-so-slightly off kilter and genuinely lovely — just like you. Expand the band Custom Black Diamond Halo Engagement Ring Who says that, just because the marquis is so elegantly long and pointy that it has to stick way far out? Why not think about widening your band, and adding a halo, so that it looks like one bad-ass piece of jewelry that would do some major damage in a fist fight? Joseph Jewelry has a lot of great examples of thicker-banded marquise rings. Get colorful Custom Three Stone Aquamarine and Diamond Engagement Ring The marquis shape makes a big impact in any stone. How stunning is this aquamarine marquis diamond!? I can't stop staring at it. (Psst: there's no end to Joseph Jewelry's colorful gemstone trickery. Go see for yourself.) Double up Custom Pear and Marquise Shaped Diamond Engagement Ring What's better than one marquise diamond? Two! Or a marquise diamond and a pear-shaped diamond. Or a marquise and a WHATEVER! It's your ring — use Joseph Jewelry's custom design process to whip up the marquise diamond ring of your wildest dreams! Take any of these ideas and run over to Joseph Jewelry to see what you can come up with. PREVIOUS OPEN THREAD: do I need bridesmaids and groomsmen, or can we just have shared attendants? NEXT "When they come near, give a cheer!" Free printable DIY confetti bag tags Show/Hide comments [ 2 ] Love these settings, especially the one in the first image. On a slightly unrelated note: my mother once bought a ring with a marquis cut diamond in it on a holiday to Turkey (I was 12-ish at the time). It had a setting like the 'Get colorful' option, but with 4 prongs instead of six (the ones at the sharp end were not there). At the end of the holiday she was packing up and as we were about to go to bed after she was done, she looks down at her ring and exclaims: "Oh my god, where is the stone?!". It had fallen out. We were all very afraid it had become lodged in one of the suitcases, necessitating unpacking them all. Apparently faith was with us that day because I took a dive towards the floor of the hotel room and almost immediately found it next to the leg of one of the sidetables. She had the setting altered to a 6-prong one as soon as we were back home. And I learned to always double-check the settings of my rings. Reply I love my marquise! It's unique and relatively uncommon — So many people ask me what kind of diamond/what cut is that, etc. Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.