Looking for the Perfect Princess Cut Engagement Ring? We Review 6 of the Best
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This is our countdown of 6 of the best princess cut engagement rings for that special love of your life. If you’re looking for the perfect princess cut ring for your proposal, you can’t go wrong with any on this list.
#6 – 14k White Gold Princess Cut 3-Stone Engagement Ring
This diamond princess cut ring is sold by La4Ve Diamonds. The total weight of the diamonds on this ring is 1/2 carats. There are 9 diamonds total. The three middle diamonds are the largest. All the diamonds have a minimum color of H-I and a clarity of I1-I2. They’re natural and not treated at all. They’re also guaranteed to be conflict free. The prong attachments will keep these diamonds secure in their settings. They’re available in ring sizes 5 through 9.
#5 – Solid White-Gold Princess Cut Diamond with Pave Band
This second on the list has one diamond in the center with 18 on the band. All diamonds on the ring are natural, untreated stones. They’re conflict-free and can be resized easily. The minimum color of the stones is H1 while the clarity is S1. The total carat weight of the diamonds is 0.68 with 0.5 carats as the weight of the center stone.
#4 – Half-Carat Princess Diamond
The center, princess-cut stone is 0.05 carats in E colors with VVS2-VS1 clarity. The total weight of all the diamonds including the 6 on the band are 1.03 carats. The ring is available in sizes 4 to 11. The diamonds are natural, untreated and conflict-free stones. We love how there’s a size for every woman, and a half carat looks incredibly big in this cut with the band of diamonds next to it.
#3 – 14K Gold Princess Cut with Channel Set Diamonds
We’re counting down to our favorite rings in this top 6 princess cut list. The center diamond is a stunning princess cut of 0.5 carats. It’s GIA certified at a VS1 clarity and E color. It comes in yellow, rose or white gold. Personally, we’re a fan of the rose gold. On either side of the princess cut are two round cuts as well as a channel of diamonds set into the band. The company only sells 100 percent natural, untreated and conflict-free diamonds for all its rings. This ring is available in sizes 3 to 11 for every woman.
#2 – Princess Cut Twisting Infinity
Even the name sounds fantastic. this ring is sold by the Houston Diamond District. They offer a lifetime warranty as well as returns, but you’ll have to check their policies fully. This 0.5 carat princess cut engagement ring is G-H and VS1-VS2. There’s a split shank infinity twist that’s covered in pave diamonds. The band itself is available in white, yellow and rose gold as well as platinum. The main diamond sits in a prong setting that should keep the diamond incredibly safe. The ring sizes available for this style are 3 to 11.
#1 – Princess Cut Halo Double Band Engagement Ring
This is our number one choice of beautiful princess cut diamond rings in this list. It’s also sold by the Houston Diamond District. They have a generous return policy as well as same day and next day delivery, but you’ll have to find out what restrictions apply. The total weight of the diamonds in this ring are 1.44 carats. There’s a row of baguettes and round diamonds in a halo surrounding the main princess cut diamond. It’s incredibly stunning. There are diamonds cascading down the sides of the band in two rows. The center stone is F-G color and VS2-SI1 clarity in a 0.74 carat stone. The ring’s metal is a choice between rose, yellow or white gold as well as platinum. Sizes 3 to 11 are available.
From simple solitaire princess cut with a channel of small diamonds to a twisted infinity ring with complexity and uniqueness, you’ll definitely find a princess cut diamond on this list that she’ll love.
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