Although every diAmond is unique,
it’s the setting that sets your engagement ring
apart. Couples today are choosing styles that
are classic but distinguished by small details
that make large statements. With all the in-
novative new twists on classic designs, you’re
sure to find a ring that has enduring style.
In this “Bridal Style Guide,” you’ll see an
amazing array of all the top designer rings se-
lected for you by the leading jewelry specialty
magazine. We made sure to include delicate
vintage inspired designs, sleek contemporary
styles, and everything in between so you can
find the ring that’s just right for you.
And don’t forget to select wedding bands that
perfectly harmonize to celebrate your union.
You’ve done the hard part: You’ve found your
one and only. Now you can relax and let your
jeweler help you find the unique ring which is
the perfect symbol of your commitment.
Cover: Diamond engagement
rings and band available in 18k
gold and platinum courtesy of
Rina LimoR for J.R. GoLD, (800)
Above: Semi-mounts in 14k white
gold with diamond accents, and
emerald cut and princess cut center
stones from UniqUe SettinGS,
suggested retail $3,700 and
$3,500, (800) 466-4900,
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These classic engagement ring styles have a timeless appeal.
1. Hearts On Fire
1. “indisputable” engagement ring in platinum with 1.17 carats of accent diamonds for a 1.50 carat center (not included) by Hearts On
Fire, suggested retail $11,500, (800) 343-1224, www.heartsonfire.com. 2. Classic split engagement ring with baguette diamonds from Pa-
rade designs, suggested retail $1,530, (213) 627-4019, www.paradedesign.com. 3. “Mara” ring in 18k gold and diamonds by Penny
Preville, suggested retail $4,085 for the setting, (516) 466-8680, www.pennypreville.com. 4. “infinity” collection 18k white gold en