Engagement Ring Trends 2011: Give It A Twist
July 25, 2011 by Jacki Christopher
Wraps, swirls, twists, and curlicues—these are the engagement ring designs topping the list for 2011. The twist and swirl setting patterns, like the one shown here, help surround and crown your center stone, giving it the place of prominence it deserves. And while size isn’t the most important factor in choosing your engagement ring, the twist setting does amplify the stone, making it appear larger. The twist design is feminine and fun, and depending on the size of the setting and intricacy of the twist pattern, the look of the engagement ring can be delicate and sweet, or bold and dramatic.
Shown here is the Blue Sapphire And Diamond Wrap Ring. Featuring a 1-carat oval-shaped sapphire, the center stone is entwisted with a double string of forty-eight close-set diamonds. Crafted of 14k white gold, the ring is both stylish and trendsetting, while maintaining a look of antique charm and timeless character. This ring, though current with today’s trends, is in no danger of becoming passé. Lifetime beauty guaranteed.
And the twisted design isn’t the only trend that this ring shows off. In addition to its swirl, it features a colored stone—another direction the wedding market has taken in recent years. The Blue Sapphire And Diamond Wrap Ring with its twist pattern, generous gemstone, and antique quality, is an exquisite trendsetter today that promises to delight you tomorrow—and every day after that.
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