Sparkle: 6 Rings We Love

Six styles that truly shine.



  1. This 14-karat white-gold stunner features a princess-cut diamond with a diamond-encrusted band — perfect for a bling-obsessed bride. Price available upon request. (Caesar’s Designs Fine Jewelry Creations, 5413 Walnut St., Shadyside and 733 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon, by appointment; 412/621-0345, caesarsdesigns.com)
     
  2. If you’re in the market for a ring with a distinctive cut, then this is the one for you. This asscher-cut diamond is about 2 carats and features about 0.65 carats of round, channel-set diamonds in a custom-made platinum, split-bezel setting. Price available upon request. (Robert Hallett, Goldsmith, 518 Allegheny River Blvd., Oakmont; 412/828-0200, roberthallett.com)
     
  3. Looking for a timeless ring for your sweetheart? This platinum 4-prong engagement ring fits the bill with a 1.31-carat round brilliant-cut center diamond ($9,975). It also features 18 round brilliant-cut bead-set diamonds in the shoulders. (Henne Jewelers, 5501 Walnut St., Shadyside; 412/682-0226, hennejewelers.com)
     
  4. This custom CREATION from James Douglas Jewelers combines old and new — the bows are inspired by the Edwardian era, while the halo gives it a modern touch and enhances the center diamond.The ring can be made to accommodate a variety of stone sizes. Price available upon request.  (James Douglas Jewelers, 1768 Golden Mile Highway, Monroeville; 724/325-4400, jamesdouglasjewelers.com)
     
  5. This ring by Annamaria Cammilli features white and natural gold and black rhodium outlined in .50 carat pave diamonds ($8,400). The design suits a bride looking for a ring with flair. (Louis Anthony Jewelers, 1775 N. Highland Road, Upper St. Clair; 412/854-0310, louisanthony.com)
     
  6. Designed by Fred Leighton, this 1.89-carat antique-cut pear-shaped diamond ring is perfect for a bride who wants a traditional-style ring with a twist ($14,500). It has a platinum halo diamond mounting. (Orr’s Jewelers, 5857 Forbes Ave., Squirrel Hill, 412/421-6777; 532 Beaver St., Sewickley, 412/741-8080, orrsrocks.com)

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