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Design Your Own Engagement Ring

Engagement Rings Design
Engagement Rings
A ring for today and all of your tomorrows. Find the one you’ve been looking for with Shane Co.’s signature selection and sparkle. You’ll find halo styles, vintage looks, solitaire settings, infinity designs and unique rings with colored stones. Pick your setting and your stone for an engagement ring that tells your love story. 
  • Engagement Rings from Shane Co.

    Getting down on one knee and asking the most important question of your life is a milestone moment. Make the experience perfect with a beautiful engagement ring she’ll love. With Shane Co., designing your own unique engagement rings has never been easier.

  • What kind of stones are popular for engagement rings?

    While diamonds are the most popular choice for center stones, many of our rings for engagement incorporate colorful gemstones. These vibrant hues come in the same shapes as diamonds.

    Colorful gems add a unique twist to halo engagement rings and three stone engagement rings. Shane Co.’s beautiful engagement rings are made to last a lifetime and crafted with her favorite settings and stone options. Customizing a one-of-a-kind look is easy with engagement rings that incorporate her favorite gem types, including:

    - Diamonds
    - Sapphires
    - Rubies

    Whether you’re picking out rings for your engagement or matching wedding rings, knowing what to expect when you shop can make your decision much easier. With over a thousand designs from classic to modern, shop Shane Co. to design the engagement ring of her dreams.

  • What are the different halo shapes for engagement rings?

    If you’re looking for diamond engagement rings, halo styles are an elegant way to add more sparkle to her look. Halos are smaller diamonds that encircle the center stone on her ring. Halos can outline any of the different diamond shapes:

    - Emerald: This cut is more traditional, featuring a rectangular shape and cut corners.
    - Cushion: The cushion features a rounded square shape and gained popularity in the 19th century—a great option if you’re looking for vintage engagement rings.
    - Marquise: This diamond shape is elongated, which helps the diamond look bigger.
    - Pear: Also known as a tear drop diamond, this cut is a combination of a marquise and round cut, featuring a tapered point at one end.