Dazzling Diamonds: 5 Rings We Love

Five styles that truly shine.

Henne Jewelers’ in-house jeweler, Jon Anderson, designed and hand-fabricated this platinum five-wire, three-stone diamond ring ($14,275). Perfect for the bride who wants something stunning yet classic, the ring features three diamonds totaling a little more than two carats. (Henne Jewelers, 5501 Walnut St., Shadyside; 412/682-0226, hennejewelers.com)

For the bride itching for something out-of-the-ordinary, this Armenta old-world carved emerald-cut turquoise ring ($2,990) is perfect. It features rutilated quartz as well as white diamonds with blackened sterling silver and 18-karat yellow gold. (Louis Anthony Jewelers, 1775 North Highland Road, Bethel Park; 412/854-0310, louisanthony.com)

This custom-made wedding band was created with family diamonds recut from older styles to more modern ideal-cut proportions. It has a total weight of about four carats and a hinge-and-catch that opens and secures behind the knuckle. (Robert Hallett, Goldsmith, 518 Allegheny River Blvd., Oakmont; 412/828-0200, roberthallett.com)

Look no further for both your “something new” and “something blue.” This ring ($3,690), created by Beeghly and Company (BC Creations), is a 1.09-carat ceylon sapphire surrounded by diamonds set in 14-karat white gold. The additional band ($539) features 0.37-carat sapphires and 14-karat white gold. (Beeghly and Company Jewelers, 401 S. Main St., Greensburg; 724/832-1500, beeghlyandcompany.com)

This delicate yet stunning 14-karat rose-gold engagement ring ($4,750) features a 3/4-carat princess-cut diamond — perfect for anyone looking for a subdued pop of color. (Caesar’s Designs Fine Jewelry Creations, 5413 Walnut St., Shadyside (and 733 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon, by appointment); 412/621-0345, caesarsdesigns.com


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