Twice as Nice
A chic alternative to classic solitaire and three-stone engagement styles, the two-stone diamond ring is emerging as an in-demand style for modern brides. Blame it on the recent swell of innovative two-stone designs from fashion-forward bridal brands that boast bold elements such as open shanks and asymmetrically set stones. (We’re looking at you, Anita Ko, KatKim, and Bario Neal!) Double the fun, indeed.
Center of My Universe two-stone diamond bypass ring in 18k rose gold; price on request; Forevermark by Rahaminov; 203-524-5203; forevermark.com
Lash Dyad cluster ring in 18k reclaimed white gold with champagne diamond and half-moon white sapphire; $1,350; Bario Neal; email@example.com; bario-neal.com
14k yellow gold ring with 0.23 ct. diamond and 0.03 ct. mint tourmaline; $3,148; Wwake; firstname.lastname@example.org; wwake.com
Duét pear ring in 18k yellow gold with 0.78 ct. t.w. pear-cut diamonds; $6,000; KatKim; email@example.com; katkimfinejewelry.com
Princess eternity ring in 18k rose gold with 0.31 ct. t.w. pavé diamonds and 0.4 ct. t.w. pear-shape diamonds; $4,100; Anita Ko; firstname.lastname@example.org; anitako.com
Make With Tradition
Toronto-based designer Anne Sportun has been creating alternative engagement rings featuring colored gems for decades. But her latest bridal collection is a detour into more classic territory. The 11-piece line includes a handful of finished rings (among them: two cocktail-size styles that boast stunning rose-cut colored stones). And there are even more feminine-feeling halo mounts—modern heirlooms with vintage hallmarks such as milgrain, pavé-set shanks, and scalloped edges.
14k gold halo mount with 18 pavé diamonds; $3,300 (without center stone)
14k gold cushion double halo mount with 36 pavé diamonds; $3,225 (without center stone)
Ava 18k rose gold ring with 0.33 ct. center and 12 accent diamonds; $5,060
18k yellow gold ring with faceted brilliant-cut morganite and 20 white diamonds; $2,550; Anne Sportun; email@example.com; annesportun.com