How to mix timeless style with unique engagement ring settings with Brilliant Earth #Sponsors: Jewelry#diamond ring#engagement ring#jewelry#ring Posted Sep 17 2019 Catherine Clark bijouxandbits 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. When it comes to picking out a piece of jewelry you'll likely wear daily, for years, maybe for the rest of your life(!), it pays to take some time to find out what styles work for you. Your lifestyle, your fashion choices, your personal interests, your family history, your relationship with your partner… all of these can help you determine what kind of unique engagement ring settings you'll want to wear (or buy for your partner!). We scoped out a few of our very favorites from the amazing artisans at Brilliant Earth to give you some inspiration. Brilliant Earth specializes in ethical, Beyond Conflict Free™ fine jewelry that you can feel awesome about wearing. They have a whole lotta gorgeous diamond options but also TONS of options for sapphires and unique colored gemstones, vintage rings, wedding bands, eco-friendly fine jewelry, and custom styles, too. Let's explore a few styles that we swooned over… Unique engagement ring settings A unique engagement ring setting is a wonderful way to display your personality and style, particularly in a piece you plan on wearing every day. Nouveau Diamond Ring in platinum Nouveau Diamond Ring The unique chevron shape of the glittering Nouveau Diamond Ring makes it particularly suited for dramatic diamond shapes like pear and marquise diamonds. This artistic ring is reminiscent of the Art Nouveau Era, while still offering a unique and contemporary style. Reina Diamond Ring in rose gold Reina Diamond Ring Inspired by crown jewels and classical architecture, this regal engagement ring features a stunning halo shimmering with diamonds and lustrous milgrain and metal beading. Elegant claw prongs make the center diamond or gemstone appear to float in the scalloped halo. Horizontal Petite Comfort Fit Ring in yellow gold Horizontal Petite Comfort Fit Ring Petite and delicate, this contemporary ring turns the center diamond or gemstone horizontal for a sleek and interesting take on a classic solitaire. The inside of the band is also rounded for increased comfort and wearability. Linnia Diamond Ring in rose gold Linnia Diamond Ring The harmonious symmetry of the two delicate bands of this ring symbolize partnership and unity, making it a perfect choice for an engagement ring. Already glittering with scalloped pavé-set diamond accents, setting this ring with a pear cut diamond adds to the overall beauty and brilliance of the geometric style. Zinnia Diamond Ring in white gold Zinnia Diamond Ring The center diamond of this ring blooms out of nature-inspired petals of lustrous metal accented with round brilliant diamonds. The gentle taper of the band, also studded with brilliant diamond accents, makes for a beautiful and unique look. Colored Gemstone Engagement Rings Morganite Luxe Willow Sapphire and Diamond Ring Sapphire Willow Diamond Ring Although many people associate sapphires with a deep royal blue color, sapphires can come in a whole rainbow of colors, from pink, teal, lavender, yellow, orange, and even white! The entwined vines of lustrous precious metal and delicate diamond buds of the Willow Diamond Ring are the perfect setting to show off a beautiful center colored gemstone. London Blue Topaz Reverie Ring in white gold Reverie Ring The graceful curves of the Reverie Ring’s split shank band elegantly highlight the center diamond or gemstone. Set with a vibrant teal cushion cut sapphire, this unique ring is simple yet stunning. Morganite Cadenza Halo Diamond Ring in rose gold Morganite Cadenza Halo Diamond Ring The soft millennial pink or peach of morganite gemstones have risen in popularity in the past few years, and the trend is staying strong! The rosy hues of these gemstones looks particularly lovely set against the warm tones of rose gold engagement rings. Diamond engagement bands A classic yet contemporary option is to not have a center diamond and all, opting instead for sparkling diamond bands. A look that has been favored by style icons like Audrey Hepburn and Queen Letizia of Spain, diamond bands and stacking rings are a beautifully modern way to wear an engagement ring. Tres Diamond Ring Stack in white gold Tres Diamond Ring Stack This chic set of diamond rings offers the versatility of wearing the rings individually or together as a stack. Featuring the Petite Shared Prong Diamond Ring, Versailles Diamond Ring, and Wren Diamond Ring, the different sizes and shapes of the diamond accents complement each other for a contrasting yet cohesive look. Emerald Eternity Diamond Ring in yellow gold Emerald Eternity Diamond Ring With shining emerald cut diamonds encircling the band, this ring gives a totally dazzling and eye-catching effect. Sparkling from literally every angle, eternity bands are more traditionally given as wedding or anniversary bands but make extraordinary engagement rings as well. Head over to Brilliant Earth to get started customizing your own unique engagement ring setting that you can feel awesome about wearing for life and passing along to anyone you love. Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS The venue at this black & white pop art-themed wedding inspiration is SO FUN NEXT The 3rd edition of Offbeat Bride: What it's like to STILL be talking about your wedding 15 years later Show/Hide comments [ 0 ] 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. 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