Today we're craving alternative engagement rings. Alternative meaning not-your-solitaire-round-brilliant. And engagement ring is a piece…
Gabriel New York Engagement Rings
It’s no secret that Gabriel New York rings are some of our favorites. We adore using Gabriel & Co.’s stacking wedding rings to build beautiful bridal sets. We can’t get enough of Gabriel’s delicate diamond details and their contemporary – but timeless – mix of design elements.
Gabriel New York was founded by brothers Jack and Domenick, who decided to strike out on their own after they apprenticed for their father, master jeweler Elias Gabriel. The new brand, dedicated equally to romance and craftsmanship, launched in 1989 and has continued making beautiful jewelry for the last 27 years.
Gabriel’s rings are designed, engineered and handcrafted in the US – just like all of Diamonds by Raymond Lee’s designer engagement rings. Each diamond is carefully selected to ensure the brightest shine, and every ring they create is available in a variety of our favorite metals – from platinum to yellow gold to rose gold, you can’t go wrong with custom Gabriel.
A gorgeous three stone setting with a halo for the center stone set in 14 karat white gold.
We love this infinity style engagement ring that represents how long your love will last – forever.
This amazing princess cut diamond halo features delicate micropave and a cut cornered halo. This would look beautiful with a radiant cut diamond too, and is an easy customization for this ring.
This lovely modern abstract engagement ring setting is a great example of Gabriel New York’s contemporary designs. The abstract diamond shanks gravitate around the center diamond like planetary rings, and the look is futuristic and fabulous.
Finally, this floral engagement ring setting (another 2016 trend!) is a beautiful, vintage inspired piece that shows, in contrast with the ring above, just how different every design in the Gabriel line truly is.
Are you as in love as we are? Check out all of our gorgeous Gabriel & Co. New York Rings here!