Following the latest trend of gemstone engagement rings (as seen with Katy Perry’s recent ruby engagement ring), it is no surprise that brides are starting to embrace the birthstone ring trend. A recent report shows that searches for ‘birthstone engagement rings’ are on the rise, and it is predicted to only continue. The tradition of birthstones came from the eight century, inspired by the 12 stones embedded in Aaron’s breastplate in the Book of Exodus. The concept behind the trend is genius, as it is the perfect way to find a ring that is unique, custom and personal to your fiancé.
Here’s some of our favourite birthstone engagement rings:
Royal Victorian garnet surrounded by old European cut diamonds and 18kt gold.
Amethyst and diamond floral ring with rose gold.
Smooth blue solitaire ring with soft rose gold.
Vintage 2ct diamond in the shape of a flower.
Contemporary & minimalist emerald ring, perfect for stacking.
June: Alexandrite or Pearl
Akoya pearl and diamond trilogy ring.
Halo pear cut ruby engagement rings.
Oval cut peridot with marquise diamonds.
Blue sapphire halo, inspired by the Kate Middleton’s engagement ring.
October: Opal or Tourmaline
Certified Brazilian paraiba tourmaline and diamond ring.
November: Topaz or Citrine
Contemporary emerald cut citrine engagement ring.
December: Tanzanite, Zircon, Topaz or Turquoise
Unique and rare octagon cut Tanzanite ring with Canadian mined diamonds.