We're suckers for any engagement ring — from gigantic, eye-popping rocks (cough cough, Kim Kardashian) to smaller, delicate sparklers — and try not to choose favorites between the styles. But the latest setting style definitely takes the cake: hovering engagement rings.
These Instagram-worthy rings feature rocks that hover off the band, giving that gorgeous, sparkling diamond (or diamonds!) even more room to shine — which is just icing on the cake. Plus, these exquisite settings allow for multiple stones to be the center of attention, whether it's one, two or even three diamonds. Here are a few of our favorite hovering rings.
From top: Rahaminov Diamonds Round-Rose-Cut-Diamond Ring. Rahaminov 's elegant and unique design features a sparkling halo setting that encircles two round-rose-cut diamonds, which are mirrored across a thin diamond-adorned band. The separated components of the ring highlight the brilliance of the two center stones while also giving each individual diamond plenty of room to sparkle. (Price upon request, Rahaminov)
Finn Oval-Rose-Cut-Diamond Ring. This stunning handmade ring from Finn looks like a sparkler that would have graced the hands of royalty. A large oval-rose-cut diamond is suspended from a pavé diamond band, making the solitaire diamond appear even more regal and striking. (Price upon request, Finn)
Martin Katz Marquise-Diamond Ring. For an engagement ring that truly makes a statement, opt for this magnificent Martin Katz design. Three marquise-cut diamonds are set in platinum, with two of the stones vertically intersecting with the horizontal third, which is nestled on a channel-set, French baguette diamond-lined band. (Price upon request, Martin Katz)