Three-Stone Sterling Silver Engagement Ring : Unique Gemstone Rings
One standout perk about this unique design is that they offer more customization than your average single-stone diamond ring, so you (or your loved one) can create a truly one-of-a-kind piece. For instance, you could go with a three-tone style with a princess-cut diamond as the center stone and your birthstone as the two sides. Or you can combine a round-cut diamond with an emerald or pear shape. Basically: The world is your oyster.
Ashley Zhang Vintage Trefoil Diamond Ring
This ring dates back to 1910 and features Old European-cut diamonds set in a trefoil arrangement. The finish offers the perfect amount of sparkle.
Erstwhile Colombian Emerald and Diamond Three Stone Ring
An Art Deco ring bringing together a striking Colombian emerald with two pear shaped diamonds. The piece is circa 1925 and is the perfect vintage pick for the bride who wants more than diamonds.
Fox & Bond Victorian Old Mine Cut White and Brown Diamond and 18K Rose Gold Ring
Crafted during the Victorian era, this vertically stacked ring features Old Mine-cut diamonds and an 18K rose gold band.
Trumpet & Horn Brockmoor
This late Art Deco ring circa 1935 centers a box-set Old European-cut diamond. It’s complemented by two diamonds nestled within half-moon shaped frames.
Erica Weiner .84ct Old European Cut Diamond Ring With Petal Shoulders
Looking for a simple ring? Try this feminine engagement ring featuring an Old European-cut diamond and soft marquise-shaped shoulders.
Bell and Bird Victorian Era Ruby and Old Mine Cut Diamond Ring
A Victorian-era ruby and diamond ring come together for the eternal romantic. Look closer and you’ll discover its fleur-de-lis details in gold.
Porter Gulch Peach Cushion Sapphire Isa Ring
For an engagement ring that exudes rosy sparkle, you’ll want to check out this number from Porter Gulch. It features a 1.39 carat cushion-cut peach Malagasy sapphire center, two rose-cut round white diamonds, and two round white diamonds totaling 0.31 carats.