Thursday, 8 July 2021

Thursday, 8 July 2021

The New Solitaire: Why Understated Luxe Is This Season's Engagement Ring Trend

The new diamond solitaire is all about understated luxe, minimalist styling, and clean silhouettes.

When it comes to solitaire engagement rings, simple styles don't need to be boring. Moving away from white diamonds in favour of a coloured gemstone or stormy grey diamond adds a fresh feel; as can using unusual or more minimalist setting techniques. The task of creating something unique and beautiful using just a single stone and little metal is not easy, but the jewellers we've selected here have mastered the art of detail - a perfect setting, an ususual diamond, secret set stones...the modern solitaire is far from standard.

Discover our edit below and contact us directly for more information on finding your perfect ring.

Clockwise from top: Double band diamond ring by Shimell & Madden; Mandarin Diamond Ring by Muse by Tomfoolery; Salt & Pepper diamond ring by Michelle Oh.

Clockwise from top: Double band Asscher cut diamond ring by Rachel Boston, Green Tourmaline ring by Ellie Air, Heart cut diamond ring by Ana de Costa.

Clockwise from top: White diamond in hexagonal setting by Rachel Boston; Blue topaz ring by Shimell & Madden, Cloudy diamond ring by Rachel Boston.

Clockwise from top right: Princess cut diamond ring by Ruberg; Golden yellow diamond ring by Michelle Oh, Pear cut diamond ring by Gee Woods.

Clockwise from top: Radiant cut diamond ring by Rachel Boston; Cloudy pear cut grey diamond ring by Michelle Oh, Shield cut diamond solitaire ring by Gee Woods.

Main cover image by Ruberg.