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Our Favorite Rose Gold Accented Engagement Rings

Rose gold engagement rings are one of the biggest 2014 wedding ring trends. But rose gold accented engagement rings are equally hot, and very appealing to brides who want something a little different, but very subtle, and still timeless. Verragio, one of the designer engagement ring lines we carry, does rose gold cents like no other. You can technically customize any of their designs by changing components of the ring to yellow gold and/or rose gold, but some of the samples we carry in the store come rose ready. Check out a few of our – and your – favorites.

First we have this pretty three stone princess cut ring from the Couture collection. We love the Couture line’s elegant pointed base and the inner ring of diamond pave rose gold. The braided diamond shanks are a gorgeous touch that make this ring lovely to look at from every angle.

How gorgeous is that gallery?! We’re obsessed with its lotus like petals and the hidden scroll work on the ring’s base. Brides are obsessed (still) with the halo setting, and love that using a square halo around a round brilliant diamond gives you the cushion cut look, with a twist.

This double square halo is twice as nice. This ring is from the Couture collection too, which you can see in the pointed base, two hidden diamonds, and simple, flared inner rose gold border.

This sweet solitaire features a split shank micropave design while the prongs allow the diamond to “float” and lets in tons of light. The pretty rose gold and diamond scrolls on the inside of the ring are raised slightly enough to never irritate your finger but also not to get in the way and snag your ring in everyday wear.

Finally, we have one more square halo, this one from the Couture collection. We love the differences within each collection. This gallery is much more intricate, and uses its dash of rose gold here, rather than on the inner band. The inside band again has that gentle flare at the top and point at the bottom, but uses mil grained white gold instead of diamonds. It saves the diamonds for the more upward and outward places on the ring, giving you more flash for less cash.

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