1.01 Ct. (1.53 Ct. TW), Radiant shape, GIA Certified, 1122871649$5,900
3.08 Ct. (3.46 Ct. TW), Emerald shape, GIA Certified, 2211861123$130,200
1.36 Ct. (1.78 Ct. TW), Cushion shape, GIA Certified, 6221180636$7,300
2.55 Ct. (3.23 Ct. TW), Pear shape, GIA Certified, 2215706219$13,500
0.57 Ct. (2.83 Ct. TW), Cushion shape, GIA Certified, 2384832674$12,900
0.75 Ct. (0.87 Ct. TW), Emerald shape, GIA Certified, 1358551045$3,400
More about Engagement Rings
Which color of engagement ring would be the best choice?The best color for an engagement ring is a matter of personal preference. While white diamonds are the traditional choice, colored gemstones like blue sapphires and pink diamonds are also becoming popular due to their unique and vibrant look.
However, you must note that the perfect choice is determined by the recipient's style, personality, and preference.
How much does an engagement ring cost?The cost of a decent proposal ring varies based on factors such as the quality and size of the diamond or gemstone, the type of metal used for the band, and the craftsmanship.
However, options are available to suit different budgets, allowing you to find a beautiful and meaningful ring within your desired price range. You can check in with Astteria’s experts to find out more.
Which is better for an engagement ring, a solitaire or a ring with accent stones?Choosing between a solitaire engagement ring and a ring with accent stones depends on personal preferences and style.
A solitaire ring features a single centre stone, typically a diamond, which creates a classic and timeless look. On the other hand, a ring with accent stones adds additional sparkle and flair to the design.