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How to Buy an Engagement Ring


On your mark, get set, search! The perfect ring is just a few clicks away. This guide is a great place to start.

Choose a Metal

Learn everything you need to know about the different metal types. Use our Precious Metals Guide to determine which metal is best for you and your budget.

Choose a Style

Solitaire - The classic single stone. Solitaire is the most popular engagement ring style. Round brilliant is the most popular diamond cut for a solitaire setting. Shop Solitaire Engagement Rings

Halo - A halo style setting features a center stone surrounded by a halo of round pavé or micro-pavé diamonds that enhance the appearance of the center stone. It is the second most popular engagement ring style, next to solitaire. Shop Halo Engagement Rings

3-Stone - A three stone engagement ring is sometimes referred to as a trinity ring or trilogy ring. The three stones represent the past, present and future of a relationship. Shop Three Stone Engagement Rings

Multi-stone – Also known as a diamond cluster ring, a multi-stone ring features multiple diamonds grouped together to form a center stone. Shop Multi-stone Engagement Rings

Vintage - Vintage-inspired styles borrow elements of design from the past. Think of it as an instant heirloom. Shop Vintage-style Engagement Rings

Know the Four Cs

Once you’ve decided on a style, it’s time to learn about diamond color, cut, clarity and carat. If you aren’t already familiar with the Four Cs now’s the time to read up on them so you will be able to make an informed decision when you are ready to choose your diamond.

Choose the Right Size

The most common ring size for women is 6.The best way to get the most accurate size for you is to visit one of our locations for a free ring sizing. We also have some helpful tools here.



 

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