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Engagement Ring Trends

In our last engagement ring trend blog, we told you all about trendy stone shapes on rings for 2013. As you already know, it’s out with the old and in with the new!  So long to the traditional single (solitaire) diamond engagement ring. Couples are stepping outside the box, adding colored stones and creating custom-designed settings.  Reis-Nichols Jewelers has some of the finest custom jewelry designers in the country and can design a piece just for you. If you have an idea, Reis-Nichols can help you make it happen!

In this second post of our Engagement Ring Trend series, let’s take a look at some of the most trendy engagement ring settings for 2013. Stay tuned for posts in the coming weeks on colored stones and band styles, or check out the already-posted blog on trendy diamond shapes!

Ring Settings:

Double Halo– Halos were HUGE last year and continue to stay popular in 2013!  Two-tiered halo settings create the illusion of a much larger solitaire.

Double Halo engagement ring by Precision Set

Bezel Set– Modern and clean-lined, the bezel-set engagement ring is not only trendy, it’s also a super secure way of holding that precious solitaire stone. This setting is also a great way of showing off the richness of a platinum metal choice.

Reis-Nichols engagement ring with bezel set center diamond

East-West– This unique setting usually sets an oval, emerald or marquise stone in a horizontal placement for visual elegance.

Marquise diamond in East-West setting with halo by Reis-Nichols

Your diamond ring will remind you every day of the love that you and your partner share, so visit Reis-Nichols Jewelers, in Indianapolis and Greenwood, where you will find the largest and most unique selection of diamonds and wedding rings of every style, size, and budget!  Tell us which setting is your favorite in the comments. You have been thinking about it, go ahead, put a ring on it! For more information on diamond engagement rings, check out our other blogs on understanding the 4Cswhen to buy an engagement ring, and precious metals!

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