Less common than a tried-and-true solitaire or sparkling halo, a three-stone engagement ring offers triple the possibilities. Mix and match different shapes or vibrant gemstones to create a memorable design that's all your own. Proportionally, the center diamond is usually the star of the show, and it's equal to the weight of the other two stones combined. However, you can opt for a more blended look with equally-sized diamonds or feature daintier accents instead.
In addition to their ornate appeal, three-stone rings also have a sentimental meaning—they represent the memories of the past, the gift of the present, and the joy of your future together. Alternatively, Trinity settings can also symbolize love, friendship, and fidelity.
Browse some of the most beautiful eye candy below!
We can't stop daydreaming over this lovely, peachy-pink morganite ring with bezel-set pear-shaped diamonds on the side.
A round-cut three-stone ring with small channel-set diamonds is exquisite from every angle.
Three nearly identical stones form a stunningly symmetrical ring.
Can't you just imagine staring at this round-cut beauty every day? A matching eternity band seals the deal.
The tapered shape of this timeless round-cut diamond and baguette ring creates an elegant effect.
We adore the heirloom vibe of this five-stone design.
Emerald lovers, this clean and modern ring with step-cut trapezoids is for you.
Turn heads with a glamorous three-stone ring starring princess-cut diamonds.
The center diamond pops against side stones that are set east to west (across the finger).
Juxtapose an on-trend oval-cut diamond with vintage-inspired baguette side stones.
An oval-cut sapphire gets the royal treatment with diamonds clustered on both sides.
It's impossible not to be transfixed by this Asscher-cut sapphire flanked by diamonds.
A pale blue gemstone and Art Deco filigree setting make for an unexpected yet captivating combination.
Play up a three-stone engagement ring with a wedding band that alternates between different diamond shapes.
Pull out all of the bells and whistles with a double halo and trapezoids.
Up the bling factor with diamond pavé halos around each stone.
This unique intersecting halo style also features gorgeous milgrain detailing from the profile view.
A rose gold setting with bold accents gives a traditional three-stone ring a contemporary twist.
A cushion-cut diamond is all the more entrancing with delicate accent diamonds.
Chic and edgy, we're adding this black gemstone ring to our wish list.
This bezel-set ring is crafted from moon rock and meteorite, adding a whole new meaning to "I love you to the moon and the stars."