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1. Choose Your Setting 1. Choose Your Setting 2. Choose Your Stone 2. Choose Your Stone 3. Personalize 3. Personalize

Classic Engagement Rings

  • Classic Engagement Rings from Shane Co.

    Classic engagement rings encompass a wide range of looks and typically incorporate traditional design elements. Some classic styles are narrower than other more elaborately designed rings. Shane Co. offers hundreds of classic, timeless engagement rings that are unique in design and exclusive to us. Our large selection of platinum, 14k white, yellow and rose gold styles includes cathedral engagement rings, solitaire rings, pave-set ring, channel-set engagement rings and many others.

    Shop all engagement ring styles.

    Interested in other styles of rings? Learn more about Shane Co. engagement rings and all of the unique designs that are offered.

  • What types of stones can I put in a classic engagement ring?

    At Shane Co. you can personalize your ring with a center stone of your choice. We offer over 15,000 loose diamonds, rubies as well as sapphires in an array of vibrant colors. We offer a complete selection of stone shapes, including round, princess cut, cushion cut, emerald cut, marquise, oval, pear, radiant, asscher and heart-shaped stones. Whether you have been shopping vintage-style engagement rings or colored accent engagement rings, you have endless possibilities to create your dream ring.

  • How to choose a classic engagement ring

    To choose a ring setting, you’ll need to select a style, metal, stone, and carat (if you opt for a diamond engagement ring). If you are buying a diamond ring, you’ll need to keep the 4Cs — color, clarity, cut, and carat weight — in mind when finding the best stone that fits into your budget. You’ll want to pay special attention to the last C, carat weight, for traditional solitaire ring styles so you can ensure that you proportion your ring correctly. To learn more about diamonds, visit our Diamonds 101 page.

    Another thing to consider is the band that will protect your ring. Classic engagement rings feature a host of band styles, such as smooth, pavé, or halo bands, and the type of band you get will affect how much focus will go to your stone.

  • Matching a stone with a band for traditional engagement rings

    Typically, when you’re building an engagement ring, you choose the diamond or stone you want, and then you choose a band to go along with it. In order to ensure you get the most perfect ring for your future bride, it’s important to know how to pair them. The key to a gorgeous, classic engagement ring that will make heads turn is to provide balance between the stone and your band. For instance, a simple band will place more emphasis on the solitaire diamond or stone that you chose. That being said, if you want your engagement or wedding band to be center stage, a detailed band would be better paired with a simpler stone.

  • Where does Shane Co. purchase the stones used in their classic diamond engagement rings?

    We ethically source our stones from only the best diamonds cutters in the world’s diamond centers, including Antwerp, Tel Aviv and Mumbai. We do not work with diamond cutters indiscriminately. Instead, we hand-pick only cutters who are able to meet our exacting quality standards. Only the prettiest diamonds within each GIA grade are worthy of our classic engagement rings.