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  1. Can a Solitaire Ring be an Engagement Ring?

    Yes, absolutely!

    A Solitaire Ring makes for the most traditional and classic choice of engagement ring owing to its timeless and minimal appeal.

  2. Why are Solitaires more expensive?

    You’ll generally find Solitaires to be on the pricier end of the spectrum. The simple reason behind that boils down to the fact that Single Stones are much more rare than multiple small stones. So, if you compare a 1 Carat Solitaire Engagement Ring to the one adorned with (say) a cluster of 0.25 carat Stones, the former would be more expensive than the latter.

    Besides that, the price is also dictated by your choice of Center Stone. While a Solitaire Ring embellished with Diamond or Precious Gemstone would be pricier, a semi-precious gemstone or Moissanite Solitaire Engagement Ring makes for a more pocket-friendly choice.

  3. What is a respectable carat size for solitaire engagement ring?

    Before we move forward, it’s important for you to realize that the choice of a respectable carat size for a Solitaire Engagement Ring can vary depending on the personal preferences, budget, and cultural factors. On an average, couples in US opt for a Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring that weighs around 1.2 carats. But for those who don’t mind spending a little extra and are more fond of larger center stones, a 2 Carat Solitaire Engagement Ring works as a phenomenal choice.

  4. Which shape of solitaire is most expensive?

    Owing to their unparalleled brilliance, popularity and timeless appeal, Round Cut Solitaire Engagement Rings tend to be most expensive (when compared to the ones fashioned in fancier shapes)

  5. Which shape of solitaire is the cheapest?

    A Marquise Cut Solitaire Engagement Ring is regarded as the cheapest and most affordable choice of ring in terms of shape. The simple reason lies in the fact that it possesses an elongated shape with pointed ends, which allows for maximum carat weight retention during the cutting process, minimizing waste.

  6. Is 1 carat Gemstone big enough for a solitaire engagement ring?

    Yes, absolutely!

    In fact, 1 carat is the perfect choice of size for a Solitaire since it is deemed as big enough to put spotlight on all the visual properties of a Diamond or Gemstone. That’s pretty much why a 1 carat Solitaire Engagement Ring is so popular all around the globe.

  7. Does a Solitaire Engagement Ring have to be a real diamond?

    No, not necessarily!

    It totally depends upon your personal preference and budget.

    If you fancy a Solitaire Engagement Ring fashioned with a Real Diamond (and more importantly, can afford going for one), nothing like it. But in case you’re on a tight budget, pocket-friendly alternatives like a Cubic Zircon or Moissanite Solitaire Engagement Ring have also surged to popularity. However, if you wish to ditch the diamonds altogether for a little pop of color, you can also go for a Colored Gemstone Solitaire Ring.

Solitaire engagement rings

Looking for a timeless token of love for your beloved? Well, Solitaire Engagement Rings are the perfect way forward! Deservedly the most popular choice of ring style out there, they are meant to speak to the conventional and classic couples. So, let’s take you on a tour of our stunning selection of Solitaire Engagement Rings that have been handcrafted in an array of shapes and designs to best bring out the beauty of your Center Stone:

But firstly, what is a Solitaire Engagement Ring?

Just like the name suggests, a Single Solitaire Engagement Ring features the Centerpiece of Gemstone/Diamond that stands all alone (preferably in a timeless setting). The Solitaire here steals all the limelight owing to its enormous size of 6 MM or more. You can easily call it the go-to ring style for those with a more minimal and traditional sense of style.

What does a Solitaire Engagement Ring symbolize?

Beyond its timeless appeal, the Single Stone in Solitaire Style Engagement Ring is meant to celebrate the union of two people as one. Popping the question with it implies that you have the found ‘the one.’ Moreover, a Solitaire is highly regarded as the symbol of commitment and fidelity. While a Solitaire Diamond Engagement Ring epitomizes true love, purity, and strength, the one adorned with Colored Gemstone speaks to everyone in its own unique way (since each gemstone brings something different to the table).

Everything said and done, do you know what works as the heart and soul of a Solitaire Ring? Yes, you guessed it right- The Center Stone Shape. Let’s discuss:

Different Shapes of Solitaire Engagement Ring

  • Round Cut Solitaire Engagement Ring

    Regarded as the most conventional, timeless, and Simple Solitaire Engagement Ring, this one is fashioned with a Round and symmetrical shape (just like the name suggests). What sets a Round Solitaire Ring apart is the fact that it it exudes most brilliance (more than any other shape) owing to its 58 facets that are strategically arranged to maximize the interaction with light.

  • Oval Solitaire Engagement Ring

    Classic yet fancy, Oval Cut stands out owing to its exquisite and elongated shape (it is more like the oblong version of Round Cut). A Gold Oval Solitaire Ring is meant for Bride-to-be(s) who fancy a big bling since it gives off the illusion of a larger looking Center Stone. For instance, a 1 Carat Solitaire Engagement Ring would any day appear larger than its round counterpart.

  • Pear Solitaire Engagement Ring

    Considered extremely flattering and fancy, a Pear Shaped Solitaire Ring features a Center Stone that is characterized by a pointy end and a rounded edge (often termed as teardrop shape). It makes for one of the most Unique Solitaire Engagement Rings out there, all thanks to the beautiful bow-tie effect that it exudes (as the result of light not reaching the middle of the Center Stone).

  • Cushion Cut Solitaire Engagement Ring

    Often referred to as a Rectangle or Square Solitaire Ring (that is distinguished by curved corners), a Single Stone Ring adorned with Cushion Cut stands out for its vintage appeal. It is home to 58 brilliant facets that lend it a one-of-a-kind sparkle. If you’re seeking a grand gesture of love, it is the best way forward.

  • Princess Cut Solitaire Engagement Ring

    Best defined as a square or rectangle in shape, a Princess Cut Solitaire Ring is home to two to four chevron patterns. It resembles an inverted pyramid when seen up close. Besides that, it is made up of 57 or 58 facets that are arranged to showcase a variety in scintillation. It specially appeals to the bride-to-be(s) seeking something unconventional yet romantic.

  • Emerald Cut Solitaire Engagement Ring

    A phenomenal choice among the many Vintage Solitaire Engagement Rings, the ones adorned with Emerald Cut stand out for their oblong, rectangular shape. They are beautified by long, elegant lines and a step-cut faceting, that lend it a unique hall of mirrors effect (which specifically speaks to the couples looking for something grand and unique).

  • Asscher Cut Solitaire Ring

    A Single Stone Ring fashioned in Asscher Cut is best defined as a Square Solitaire Engagement Ring that possesses cropped corners, which lends it a more Octagonal Shape. Owing to the strategical arrangement of its 58 facets that showcase a “hall of mirrors’ look, it exudes a vintage Art Deco vibe.

  • Marquise Cut Solitaire Ring

    Desired for its fancy look, a Solitaire Marquise Engagement Ring is characterized by a smile-resembling shape that features curved sides and pointed tips. Owing to its elongated shape, it gives off the illusion of a larger looking ring. Moreover, thanks to the arrangement of 58 facets, it also catches the eye with its beautiful bow-tie effect.

    Apart from that, if you wish to play with the aesthetics of your betrothal ring, you’re in for a treat since our Gold Solitaire Engagement Rings come in three tones of metal (white, yellow and rose gold), each exuding a different aesthetic. While a Solitaire Ring fashioned in White Gold speaks to the ones with a more understated and minimal sense of style, the ones fashioned in Yellow Gold are meant for the traditional couples. A Rose Gold Solitaire Engagement Ring, on the other hand, has emerged as a feminine cum romantic ring.

    Moreover, if you want your proposal Ring to seamlessly fit with your wedding ring, looking like a match made in heaven, you also have the option of going for a matching Solitaire Engagement Ring and Wedding Band Set.

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