Clarity. A perfectly flawless stone is incredibly rare and very expensive. Most stones used in engagement rings will have some inclusions, though many of these inclusions can only be seen under magnification or in specific lighting. The more inclusions a stone has, the less expensive it becomes. A stone typically has to be in the SI1 or SI2 for inclusions to be visible to the naked eye.
What kind of clarity do you want in your stone?
Let’s talk about settings. The pictures below show various setting styles for engagement rings. Each setting offers its own set of advantages. For example, a solitaire setting is classic and simple, offering a timeless look. A halo setting can make a smaller central stone look larger because of the surrounding accent stones.
Which setting(s) are you most interested in? (you can select multiple)
Don’t worry, you’re almost done! Take a look through these last few engagement rings and rate them for us based on overall appeal (remember, stones and metal can be changed).
What size ring do you need?