At Doyle & Doyle, we have a vast array of beautiful engagement rings, from classic four-prong solitaires to ornate Art Deco dinner rings. When you visit, we encourage you to try on any and all rings that catch your eye – you may just surprise yourself! Case in point, this wonderfully chunky antique diamond cluster ring, set in lustrous 18k gold.
When you try it on, you’ll notice the ring’s graceful engraved swirls and see that its round shape is very flattering on your hand. As the ring is over 100 years old, each of its Old Mine cut diamonds was cut and polished by hand and has its own unique character. Of course, we just had to nestle our Heirloom pansy ring next to it, now that Lucky and Vogue have proclaimed the return of the pinkie ring for fall.
Wearing your engagement ring and band on different hands frees you to select an extra special wedding band. For inspiration, we’ve pulled together two different wedding day styles for our diamond cluster ring. The first look is Cleopatra-inspired glam with a wide patterned wedding band and diamond studded snake bracelet, while the second is English garden romantic with a stack of dainty eternity bands and delicately enameled floral bangle.
Have you thought about wearing your engagement ring and wedding band on different hands? And just as importantly, are you more Cleopatra or Jane Austen?