Engagement Ring Designers
Characteristics of Designer Engagement RingsAn engagement ring is something that represents your passion and joy. Every filigree in a given ring has evolved from a pattern first born in the 1600s. New designs, new inspirations, new materials have all come together to create what a woman knows as a modern engagement ring. The explosion of novel jewellery design in the 20th century has been a flowering of style that helps a fiancé better express said passion and joy. Here at GMG Jewellers, we’re pleased to offer a wide variety of designer engagement rings for every woman’s special tastes. The fruits of half a millennium can be found in our Saskatoon showcases!
Popular Collections of Designer Engagement Rings at GMG JewellersWe strive to curate collections from designers whose names are bywords for excellence among jewellery lovers. Take Hearts on Fire, for example. Known as the designer of “the world’s most perfectly cut diamond,” their rings utilize the designer’s iconic stones in whimsical patterns. Without sacrificing any of a diamond’s elegance, you can find Hearts on Fire collections like Delight. Side stones in this collection are arranged like a star or snowflake around the round-cut centre diamond. Along those lines, you’ll also adore the Michael M Stella collection. The word for “star,” Stella rings shine like Halley’s Comet. Dozens of pave-set diamonds flow around channel-set diamonds on all sides. The centre stones of these platinum rings are supported by lotus-like crowns.
If you’ve been craving a splash of colour in your designer engagement ring, check out the Vintage Explorer collection from Simon G. As with the designer’s other lines, the use of diamond opulence is arranged in Deco and Nouveau-style halos. Milgrain-beaded vines are arrayed alongside baguette starburst rays and floral filigrees—but the Simon G. designers revel in utilizing sapphire, coloured diamonds, and even verdant emeralds to breathe life into the pieces. The vintage look is complemented by the modernity of the Tacori Ribbon collection. Its pieces’ interwoven shanks culminate in chevron prongs and princess-cut diamonds any woman would be delighted to show off.