Three Stone Engagement Rings
When it’s time to go shopping for an engagement ring, the sheer number of options can be overwhelming. Women love the classic look of a three stone diamond ring. There are KEY points you must consider in order to make it look spectacular. Even though Three Stone Engagement Rings are seemingly-simple looking, there are clunky & ugly ones, or elegant & sleek versions.
Part of what makes our three stone diamond ring unique from the typical one are the streamlined & graceful curves of the shank, the carefully shaped claw prongs, and the low-to-finger height for practical everyday wear.
Examples of Three Stone Rings
Significance of Three Stone Rings
A three-stone ring, often referred to as a trilogy ring, is becoming more popular for what it represents. The three stones, whether they are diamonds or other gemstones, are said to represent the past, present, and future, filled with love, laughter and creating memories together. Most designs have a larger center diamond, which is said to represent the present, with two smaller gems on either side of it for the past and future.
Instead of standing for the past, present, and future, some believe the three stones symbolize friendship, love, and fidelity. If the couple is religious, then the three stones may represent their belief in the Holy Trinity; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Whichever meaning you assign to it, these rings are a great choice for engagement rings.
This video below explains the specific ways I make a three stone cushion ring spectacular:
Designing a Trilogy Engagement Ring
With the three-stone engagement ring, there are almost endless possibilities for creating its unique design. The three stones can be the same shape and the same color, or you can select side gemstones in a different color and cut. One of the reasons this ring is becoming more popular is it allows the buyer to be more creative in its design than diamond solitaire engagement rings.
Choosing the Stones
While most trilogy rings are designed with diamonds, some are created with a diamond in the center with other gemstones on either side of it. Depending on your beloved’s favorite color or her birthstone, you can choose blue or pink sapphires for the smaller stones, emeralds, aquamarines or any other gemstones which may have a significant meaning for your bride-to-be. You should also consider the type of jewelry she normally wears when choosing the stones.
If she is not an extrovert, but someone who is more subdued in their clothing style and personality, then she might prefer having more subdued gemstones place in the ring instead of diamonds. However, if she is someone who likes lots of sparkle when going out for the evening, then a diamond trilogy ring would be a great choice for her.
The three stones in the ring do not have to be the same shape. While many people will choose all round or all square gemstones, many others want a combination of cuts. For instance, you could pick a princess cut center diamond and have two pear shaped gemstones for either side of it. When it comes to cuts, you have a wide array of options.
To help you decide which cuts to select, look at your intended’s jewelry to find out which shapes she likes. If she has diamond earrings, notice the shape and select the ring’s cut to match.
Choosing a Setting
Our three stone settings are all custom made to the dimensions of your chosen center stone, so you only need to select the center stone and then we would match the appropriate sized side stones. However, you can choose all three stones if you prefer. Prong settings are the most popular for trilogy rings as they allow the center stone to be elevated above the two smaller ones.
The settings come in a variety of metals, but if you’re buying diamonds or precious gems like emeralds or rubies, then you should stick with gold, white gold, or platinum . Precious metal settings will help retain the value of the gemstones. A prong setting also allows you to choose different cuts for the two smaller stones, but if all the stones have the same cut, then you could consider a channel or bezel setting instead.
The significance of its meaning makes three stone diamond rings a popular choice for couples looking toward their future together.