When a solitaire just won’t do, consider looking into a three stone engagement ring. As the name suggests, this setting has three gemstones at its center. The style is so versatile that it can match both vintage and modern flair with different stones to fit anyone’s taste. Spice up your ring by using brightly colored gems, fancy shapes, and unique silhouettes for a personal touch to the most important jewelry purchase of your life!
The two pearls in this three stone ring are both classy and unique, and their smooth shine brings out the center diamond’s brilliance! Their iridescent sheen ties in hints of the yellow gold band for a romantic setting with vintage flair.
Adding your partner’s birthstone or favorite color to their engagement ring is a great way to bring in a sentimental touch! This ring’s pear-shaped peridot has apple green flashes that highlight the yellow gold setting, and the two marquise side diamonds point toward the tapered band to form a dainty silhouette.
There’s a lot to love about this Art Deco-inspired ring! Two graduated baguette diamonds surround a lab-made marquise diamond with their subtle sparkle. A profile view reveals intricate engravings on the rose gold band that will leave anyone who’s lucky enough to see it in awe.
We love when couples take inspiration from nature for their engagement rings! The pear-shaped side stones that sit alongside this oval moissanite almost look like flower petals. The side stones have the tips of the pear pointing outward, drawing attention to the delicate engraving on the yellow gold band.
Inverted pear-shaped rings are already unique, but we love this three stone variation with round side stones that subtly compliment the central diamond’s brilliance. The tapered yellow gold band pulls our eye toward the three diamonds, and its smooth shine fits the modern look of this setting.
The moss agate at the center of this three stone setting definitely stands out among the crowd! Agate is an opaque gem, but the two diamond side stones bring the perfect touch of bridal sparkle. Plus, the green veining throughout the moss agate perfectly complements the yellow gold band.
Who says you can’t add even more diamonds to your three stone ring? In addition to the three diamonds that make up this setting, there are also a few accent stones that fill in the space between them. It almost resembles a cluster setting, and the diamonds take center stage on the simple rose gold band.
There are several standout features on this three stone design, starting with the salt and pepper diamond at its center. The white diamond accents intensify this stone’s black and white coloring, and the marquise shape of the main diamond matches the knotted pattern of the white gold band.