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Side Stone Engagement Rings

Enjoy a magnificent sparkle from every angle with a side stone engagement ring. These opulent designs radiate a fiery brilliance, whether the central stone is accentuated by sophisticated baguette diamonds or vintage-inspired twists. Glamorous brides who believe that diamonds are a girl's best friend will adore a side stone engagement ring and its abundant selection of gems to admire. Prove that you'll always go the extra mile for your love with a dazzling diamond ring with side stones.

The love you share is beautiful and timeless. To show your commitment and devotion, choose from our  engagement rings with diamonds on the side.  These pieces are admired for their timeless beauty. Crafted with man-made diamonds that are conflict free, these styles feature a single lab grown diamond, similar to a solitaire ring, but with additional smaller diamonds cascading down the sides of the ring for an extra touch of class and sparkle.  All of our created diamonds are chemically, physically, and optically identical to their mined counterparts.

Our lab grown diamond side stone engagement rings are available in a variety of center stone shapes including round, oval, cushion, pear, emerald, radiant, princess, marquise, asscher, and heart. To fit your budget, most of our side stone engagement rings are available with one carat, one and a half carat, and two carat centers.  Finally, finish your ring in white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, or platinum.  Available choices include our princess cut engagement rings with side stones or our oval engagement rings with side stones. But perhaps your ideal choice is a round engagement ring with side stones. With so many styles and finishes available, you’ll be able to find the perfect ring for your sweetheart! Best of all, rest assured that you’re proposing with an ethical and responsibly made engagement ring.

When exploring engagement ring options, think about what your partner likes and dislikes. You can even consider their personality and lifestyle. These factors, along with your budget, can help guide you to the perfect ring. Another tip is to ask your partner’s close friends and family about ring size, cut, and style preferences.

You might have heard the general guideline of spending two months' salary on an engagement ring. However, it ultimately depends on your priorities and your budget. Everyone’s budget is different and there aren’t actually any rules for setting the right budget. In any case, you should feel comfortable with the quality of the ring, the service from the retailer, and the budget you set.

Engagement rings are more extravagant than wedding rings, as they typically have a dazzling center stone that makes a statement. Wedding rings, on the other hand, are usually a simple band.
Another notable difference is that each ring is given during different milestones. An engagement ring is given at a proposal, while a wedding ring is exchanged at a wedding ceremony to represent the official bond of marriage.