CHARACTERISTICS OF ROUND CUT ENGAGEMENT RINGS
There’s a reason why round-cut diamonds are the most popular shape in the world. The 58 facets of a round-cut diamond and the ideal proportions of the stone cause it to reflect, refract, and disperse light perfectly. A round-cut diamond is a torchlight of color and fire, and that makes them the best stone for an engagement ring. Here at Smyth Jewelers, we take immense pride in being able to offer the most stunning collections of round-cut engagement rings from the top designers in the industry. We’re confident that their sheer diversity means that you’ll always find a piece that speaks to your heart.
POPULAR COLLECTIONS OF ROUND CUT RINGS
The Nocturnal Sophistication collection from Simon G redefines luxury thanks to its pairing of remarkable style and big boldness. The invisible-set diamonds curving up the shank frame secondary bands in these pieces. Most of them are sculpted from a different tone of gold, set with either yellow or pink diamonds. At the heart of these round-cut engagement rings is the center stone, clasped in four prongs that jut the stone upward. The engagement rings from Simon G also revel in pink diamonds, their whimsical blush complementing milgrain beading and 18k rose gold halos.
ADDITIONAL ROUND CUT RINGS COLLECTIONS
The Tacori Inflori collection shows the possibilities of a round-cut diamond. The rings in this collection feature halos made to resemble popular shapes of diamond, such as marquise-cut and pear-cut. At the heart of these halos is a center round-cut diamond, surrounded by pave-set diamonds. The effect is to mimic a diamond shaped like the halo, while maintaining the brilliant fire and sparkle of a round-cut diamond. Alternatively, the collections from Martin Flyer fully embrace the concept of femininity, with diamond-studded engagement rings that feature twisting or split shanks.