Classic Diamond Engagement and Wedding Rings

December 28, 2011 | editorial team

If your personal style tends toward the classic, the timeless, the simply beautiful, then these traditional diamond engagement and wedding rings are for you! Whether contemporary, traditional or antique, each of these wedding ring designs is sure to stand the test of time. Gorgeous!

What kind of engagement and wedding rings do you love?

classic, traditional diamond engagement rings

Top row:
Eva milgrain Asscher cut diamond ring from Dousset Diamonds

Second row:
Flowing diamond wedding band from T. Anthony Jewelers and a classic solitaire with diamonds between the prongs by Ritani at EE Robbins

Third row:
Angelina diamond eternity wedding band from Dousset Diamonds

Fourth row:
Beloved diamond engagement ring by Hearts on Fire from Fox’s Gem Shop

Fifth row:
Emerald-cut diamond set in platinum with channel set band with horizontal baguette diamonds from Tiffany & Co.

Bottom row:
Graceful diamond solitaire engagement ring from T. Anthony Jewelers

classic modern diamond engagement rings, tension set diamond rings

Top row:
Contemporary tension set custom diamond rings from Greenlake Jewelry Works

Second row:
18k white gold split shank tension set diamond solitaire ring from James Allen

Bottom row:
18k white gold bezel set princess cut diamond solitaire ring from James Allen

classic vintage, antique, estate diamond engagement rings

Image above:
All antique and estate diamond engagement and wedding rings from Alexandria Rossoff Jewels and Rare Finds

Do like like your jewelry more on the alternative, organic side? Check out these creative alternative rings too!

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  1. These “Classic” styles look the part of the in style from the 1930’s – it’s funny how styles go around and around.

  2. I have a simple diamond ring and also a simple wedding band with no design. And I love both of them.

  3. I love the Greenlake Jewelry ring on the left (of the two). Simply elegant!

  4. I would go for a classic solitaire. I’ve always wanted round cut diamonds but I saw the emerald cut ring in one of the photos above and it looks great with the matching wedding ring.

  5. I loved that classic solitaire ring by Ritani in the second row with diamonds between the prongs. It looks lovely and I never seen such a ring before. Thanks for the share.

  6. I’d go for the graceful diamond solitaire ring because it is very simple yet adorable. There is just beauty in simplicity for me. I don’t like all too glittery rings.

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