When it comes to rings, certain styles remain on-trend year after year. However, who says you have to adhere to the rules of fashion? You’re unique, so your perfect ring should mirror that. This is particularly true when it comes to engagement rings. Instead of sticking with the classic princess-cut diamond ring, choose something that represents your personality and relationship. A unique engagement ring is guaranteed to make a statement for years to come. Whether it’s an emerald, sapphire, or art deco-inspired vintage style, unique rings offer a personal twist on the traditional design. In this article, we explore some of the most original rings in the world.
The first ring on the list is a three-linked yellow and rose gold ring by Spinelli Kilcollin. Labelled the “Artemis” ring, the jewellery is crafted from 18k yellow and rose gold and finished with white gold connectors. The unique ring features a variety of trends including a pave band, mixed metals, and a bold centre stone.
Currently, rose gold is incredibly popular for all types of jewellery. If you’re a fan of the metal, this ring by Brian Gavin Diamonds will not disappoint. Instead of a single diamond, the ring features a 1.89ct diamond melee, set in an 18k rose gold band. It’s this luxurious feature that gives the ring a unique feel.
Traditionally, an engagement ring features a single diamond; however, this ring by M. Flynn steers away from the classic design and makes a unique statement. Labelled the “Stargazer”, the ring features a large centre diamond surrounded by marquise diamonds and round sapphire.
Some have said that this Doryn Wallach ring reminds them of a queen’s crown. Crafted from 18k satin yellow gold, the finely-ribbed design is certainly unique. Instead of stealing the show, the 0.20ct bezel-set diamond is understated. However, the unique ring is still sparkly enough to catch the attention of passers-by.
If you’re looking for something unique, this art-deco inspired vintage ring may be a perfect choice. The centre of the ring features a stunning sapphire surrounded by diamonds on a yellow gold band.
This three-stone Shapeways ring is another unique option. Instead of being crafted in the traditional manner, the ring is 3D-printed in 14k rose gold. To achieve the smooth, glossy sheen, it’s then hand-polished until it’s perfect. Rather than being mass-produced, each 3 Bezel Set ring is printed to order, making it ideal for all of those tech-loving brides-to-be.
Designed by Harry Winston, this Oval-Shaped Ruby Micropavé Ring weighs 2.02 carats. The Micropavé diamond halo weighs approximately 0.55 carats and is set in platinum and 18k yellow gold. If you’re looking for a unique ring with a dazzling sparkle, this could be the one for you!
With this ring, you’ll never have to worry about matching metals again! Anna Sheffield’s Hazeline Suite No. 13 features 3 different metals: yellow gold, rose gold, and white gold. An array of white diamonds are set in the band in the shape of a crescent or tiara.
Exuding vintage glamour, this engagement ring by Trumpet and Horn is truly one-of-a-kind. Labelled “Smokey Hill”, the engagement ring is crafted from pearl and opal to mimic the original Victorian design. The band of the ring is made from 18k rose gold to give the traditional design a modern twist. The ring is totally handmade and features a gorgeous prong-set opal weighing 0.44ct. If one stone isn’t quite enough for you, don’t panic! The luxurious centre stone is surrounded by a halo of seed pearls.
Gabriel & Co.’s White Gold Nova ring is another unique option. The bold, white gold setting is adorned with a crisscross design of diamonds. In addition to adding extra sparkle, the smaller diamonds frame the centre stone for the world to see.
Tiffany’s Blue Diamond ring looks like something from an old Hollywood movie. Labelled “The Art of the Sea”, this piece is perfect for those looking for a traditional ring with a unique twist. While there is no doubt that the ring is stunning, the unique design will set you back over £1m.
The Trumpet & Horn Penngrove ring is another art-deco inspired design. The 1920’s style is perfect for any vintage loving brides-to-be. The main attraction of this ring is a central square step cut natural emerald. In addition to this, the ring features a halo of baguette diamonds set in a luxurious platinum band.
At first, the Blue Nile Studio Pear Tapered Baguette Ring seems simple and understated. However, your opinion may change when you release the exceedingly high-quality centre diamond. Instead of being mass-produced, each one of these rings is handmade to order. They are then individually priced based upon the setting and the weight of the diamond.
If you’re searching for some original rings, the selection above will not disappoint. When choosing a ring, remember to pick something that suits your personality. Aside from dazzling passers-by, the most important thing is that the jewellery makes you feel great.