Bold. Beyond tradition. Brave. That is how we describe a new age wedding. And engagement rings form an intimate portion of our everyday lives. It is a ring that you are about to look at every day for the rest of your life. The only right way to do it is by ensuring that you remain true to your partner when you decide to pick the ring for them.
There are dozens of alternative options in the market for the non-conforming couple. These options are contemporary and fun and are also a beautiful way to reflect your personal style. They also make a distinctive statement. Diamonds are a popular choice for engagement rings but you need to understand that they arrived very recently. Before this, almost every other gemstone could be found in rings. So, If it is a unique ring you have come looking for, you will definitely find it here.
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Sky Blue Topaz, London Blue Topaz & Swiss Blue Topaz Bypass Ring
Rare and valuable, topaz is a stunning option for any person looking to have a slightly offbeat ring. This brilliant and dazzling stone has it all. It is durable and affordable and transparent with a high degree of clarity.
Solitaire Scroll Setting® Ring
Unlike most other stones there is no mistaking when you spot a ruby. As the most precious gemstone, it is the ideal choice for a bold couple. Additionally, it is a low maintenance stone and will last a long time with minimal care.
Halo-Style Unique Engagement Ring
One of the rarest gemstones on the market. Tanzanite is a classic stone that is indistinguishable from blue sapphires. This is one stone that is a one-generation stone as they are expected to run out by the next generation. Truly unique in every aspect.
Gems In Unique Engagement Rings
If it is originality you are looking for then a unique engagement ring fits the bill. Each gemstone is different and denotes a different facet of our personality. The only issue that one runs into in the case of gemstones is that some of them are structurally too weak. But there is also a large variety of them that do not have this issue. Rubies, sapphires, emeralds, tanzanite, quartz, aquamarine, amethyst, and tourmaline are all great options as engagement.
If you feel that you don’t want to go down the gemstone route and stick to diamonds. There are plenty of unique options there too. Rose-cut diamonds are often overlooked charms of a bygone era. If you are looking for a unique sparkle then this diamond is for you. But do remember, even with an offbeat centerpiece, try and stick to classic settings to avoid making it look dated. The final verdict is, no matter what ring you decide on, it is going to be a real conversation starter.