At AC Silver, we specialise in unique. If it’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen before, we’ve got it. Unique emerald cut engagement rings are the focus of the moment, and so today we’re going to take a look at three of our most unique emerald cut engagement rings.
Vintage Art Deco Emerald and Diamond Engagement Ring
This 1940s beauty is crafted in platinum and features 17 emerald cut stones. The central stone, a .59ct emerald cut emerald is collet set, nice and secure at the focus of the ring. A total of 16 emerald cut diamonds are in formation around it, creating the perfect Art Deco structure. Reminiscent of the iconic Chrysler building or the Empire State building, this architectural masterpiece is certainly a unique emerald cut engagement ring. The collet setting is definitely among the best settings for emerald cut diamonds.
This would be the perfect engagement ring for someone who loves Art Deco jewellery. It makes a statement, whilst its diamonds keep the message clear that this is an engagement ring. Emerald is the birthstone for those born in May, so perhaps it would be a good choice if you or your fiancé/fiancée has a May birthday.
Antique Aquamarine and Diamond Engagement Ring
This aquamarine engagement ring is quite a statement both in shape and size. The aquamarine is a stunning 11.81 carat, emerald cut stone, held in four platinum claws. A vintage piece from the 1950s, this ring truly has the vintage look to it, perfect for someone who wants an engagement ring that can double up as a cocktail ring when needed.
Aquamarines are increasingly popular as engagement rings, presenting a subtle colour change that’s easy on the eyes as well as the wallet. The sky-blue gemstone is the birthstone for those with March birthdays, so that’s something to bear in mind.
Antique Emerald and Diamond Twist Engagement Ring
Twist rings are beautiful choices for engagement rings, literally putting a twist on the style. Whether it’s just that the setting style twists or that the featuring stones are actually set in a twist formation, they’re a wonderful option for those wanting unique engagement rings. This example features an Old European cut diamond alongside an emerald cut emerald to make a wonderfully unique emerald cut engagement ring.
This would be the perfect engagement ring for someone who wants a daintier engagement ring that still fits the bill of being unique in a brilliant way. The floral shape to the accenting diamonds elevates this ring, making it a sophisticated choice for an engagement ring. It’s a playful take on an engagement ring that would make anyone say ‘yes’!
Of course, there are always more unique engagement rings available on the market. However, are any of them quite as beautiful as the unique emerald cut engagement rings? It’s truly hard to say. Of these beauties, which catches your eye the most? I think for me it has to be option number three!