Top Ten Unusual Engagement Rings

Perhaps, as a buyer, you want something a tad out-of-the-box for your engagement ring; you are not alone. Many buyers seek out unusual engagement rings for a variety of different reasons. Some just do not care for diamonds, some want a ring as unusual as their relationship, some think diamond engagement rings are overdone. The list could go on and on. Regardless of the reason, unusual engagement rings seem to be coming in style, as each couple attempts to find a ring that is different but still as beautiful as a traditional diamond engagement ring.

Coming into style as of late are nondiamond engagement rings . Sapphire, ruby, and emerald have been frontrunners in the engagement ring game as many celebrities have started showing off their atypical rings. Just ask Ashlee Simpson with her red ruby art deco style engagement ring, or maybe Olivia Wilde with her emerald halo engagement ring, or even Kate Middleton with her unusual sapphire ring how they love their unusual engagement rings without center diamonds.

What about the buyers who still want a diamond ring? Although diamond rings are traditional engagement rings, buyers still have the option to make the ring more unique through the band and style. Surrounding diamonds can be put into a different formation to make an unusual engagement ring setting. Additionally, swapping out the type of metal can make a big statement for a small ring. Rings are typically offered in white, yellow, or rose gold, but even beyond those, some rings have the option to mix and match different metals to create a one-of-a-kind ring.

Many new engagement ring trends have come about in 2017 with the most popular being rose gold. While there are still plenty of unusual gold engagement rings, a buyer can turn an ordinary, traditional ring into something brand new and unique with rose gold. Additionally, the rose cut diamond is making a comeback to create a modern and vintage twist.

Unusual Diamond Engagement Rings

Below are some of our most unusual diamond engagement rings:

Duet Split Shank Diamond Engagement Ring

Duet Split Shank Diamond Engagement Ring

To start off the list, the Duet Split Shank Diamond Engagement Ring is not too crazy in terms of uniqueness, but it is just different enough to give the ring an unusual feel. This ring features an array of accent diamonds following a split shank up to the center stone, making it a classic example of an unusual diamond engagement ring.

Kite Diamond Engagement Ring

Kite Diamond Engagement Ring

In order to mix it up a bit more and modernize the ring, the Kite Diamond Engagement Ring keeps the center stone a diamond, but completely changes the accent diamonds. These accent diamonds form four kite shapes which flank the center diamond on both sides. Pair it with the right metal and the ring will truly shine. Typically, this style is particularly intriguing as an unusual white gold engagement ring.

Marquise Plain Shank Halo Diamond Engagement Ring

Marquise Plain Shank Halo Diamond Engagement Ring

As a throwback, the Marquise Plain Shank Halo Diamond Engagement Ring gives a modern ring a vintage feel with the noncircular halo shape. This marquise engagement ring gives hints of the good old days while still being able to compete with other beautiful rings of the 21st century.

Triangular Three Stone Diamond Engagement Ring

Triangular Three Stone Diamond Engagement Ring

The Triangular Three Stone Diamond Engagement Ring is only slightly unusual. From first glance, the ring may look typical, but as one gets closer, the triangular accent diamonds flanking the center stone come into view. Along with the traditional accent diamonds following the band, this ring is a mixture of the best of the old and the new.

Lasso Pave Diamond Engagement Ring

Lasso Pave Diamond Engagement Ring

For an elegant, yet unique, engagement ring, the Lasso Pave Diamond Engagement Ring offers an asymmetrical style. While one side of the center stone features traditional accent diamonds, the other features accent diamonds encircling the center stone for a lasso-like effect. This lasso leads to a classy, but unusual engagement ring.

Round Twist Two Stone Diamond Engagement Ring

Round Twist Two Stone Diamond Engagement Ring

For a ring that is truly different, the Round Diamond Twist Two Stone Diamond Engagement Ring makes a bold statement. Featuring two stones instead of the typical, singular center stone, this ring already screams “unique,” but when the two bands of accent diamonds are added to the mix, the ring surely pops.

Oval Sapphire Petite Twist Diamond Ring

Oval Sapphire Petite Twist Diamond Ring

The Oval Sapphire Petite Twist Diamond Ring is simplistic, but unique. Automatically, with the sapphire replacing the diamond, the ring makes a statement. To add final unique touches, the stone is flanked by two twisting bands to give it its own special flair.

Round Emerald Winding Diamond Accent Ring

Round Emerald Winding Diamond Accent Ring

To the same effect, the Round Emerald Winding Diamond Accent Ring replaces the diamond with an emerald, already gearing up to shock an audience. With the winding accent diamonds, the ring becomes utterly unique.

Cushion Ruby Under Bezeled Accent Ring

Cushion Ruby Under Bezeled Accent Ring

For a shock of red, the Cushion Ruby Under Bezeled Accent Ring features a ruby flanked by accent diamonds. Simplistic, unusual, and elegant all wrapped up in one ring.

Unusual engagement rings are a great way to stand out from the crowd. However you choose to standout, an engagement ring can be a true statement piece.

Unusual Diamond Engagement Rings