Introduced in the 1960’s as an alternative to more traditional stone shapes, princess cut diamonds quickly became one of the most popular choices amongst fashion-forward brides to be.
Now the second most popular choice for bridal diamonds in the world, princess cut diamond engagement rings are renowned for their brilliance, opulence, and next-level versatility.
One of the largest fine jewelry retailers in Michigan, the bridal experts at Medawar Jewelers are thrilled to bring their beloved customers a selection of princess cut engagement rings that is truly without compare. So, to help make it even easier to find the perfect princess cut ring at Medawar Jewelers, here some amazing engagement rings from two of our favorite bridal jewelry designers, Verragio and A. Jaffe.
When the princess cut diamond was first developed, it was devised as a way to get the most brilliance out of a stone while maintaining the rock’s ultimate size. This focus on the stone’s sparkle was achieved by giving the princess cut diamonds their signature four-sided square top, as well as their distinctive pyramid-like shape. Not only did this unique design allow for the stones to be bigger, it also created a diamond that glowed with a fire unforeseen in the world of fine jewelry.
Also no strangers to innovation, the princess cut engagement rings of Verragio are every bit as beautiful and exquisitely crafted as the diamonds that adorn them. With princess shaped diamonds as the ring’s center and side stones, the yellow gold, rose gold, white gold, and platinum rings of Verragio exude an effortless elegance that any bride is sure to absolutely love and cherish.
When it comes to Verragio, bigger is truly better. We suggest checking out the halo diamond rings of their Parisian, Couture, and Venetian collection (pictured above), as these pieces manage to be big and bright without being too overbearing.
2. A. Jaffe
In addition to a legendary luminosity and sparkle, princess cut diamonds are also known for being incredibly versatile.
Unlike other diamond shapes that look best in only a few stone settings, there is truly no engagement ring style that doesn’t look amazing when featuring a princess diamond. From confident styles such as solitaire and three stone styles, to the fabulous brilliance of halo and side stone rings, princess cut rings always look absolutely breathtaking.
One designer who understands the true versatility of princess cut stones is A. Jaffe. With over 100 years of experience in the bridal jewelry industry, the halo, three stone, and solitaire princess engagement rings of A. Jaffe need to be seen to believe.
Included within immaculate A. Jaffe engagement ring collections such as the vintage Art Deco, Classics, Metropolitan, and Seasons of Love lines are a plethora of princess diamond rings that are sure to satisfy even the pickiest brides-to-be. Not only are these rings absolutely beautiful, they are also covered by Medawar’s Lifetime Quality Promise, guaranteeing all purchases against any manufacturer defects.
Visit Medawar Jewelers For More Princess Cut Diamond Engagement Rings!
These are just two of the amazing bridal jewelry designers on display today in any of the five showrooms of Medawar Jewelers. Located in Brighton, Portage, West Lansing, Okemos, and Jackson, Michigan, Medawar Jewelers is proud to offer additional princess cut diamond engagement rings from celebrated designers that include Tacori, Danhov, Parade, Kirk Kara, and many, many others.
Further, if you’re searching for a princess cut engagement ring that is totally unique to you and your future bride, Medawar Jewelers proudly offers custom jewelry design services. Completed entirely in-house, our team of jewelry making professionals are more than happy to assist you with drafting, designing, and building the princess cut engagement ring of your dreams!
For more information on princess cut engagement rings, or to make an appointment for a custom jewelry design consultation, please call (855)-850-8015, visit our “Contact Us” page, or stop by any of the five wonderful locations of Medawar Jewelers.