These five accented rings show dazzle in completely different ways. Use this inspiration to incorporate in your one-of-a-kind design.
With large accents, you can create the same bold look you would get from twice the amount of smaller stones. This ring features accents that are positioned to resemble a creative floral pattern, but also help fill the thick band with details. Milgrain is the perfect addition to differentiate the center stone from the dazzling profile view.
Minimal doesn’t have to mean simple. This beauty features an alluring center Asscher cut stone and two baguette accents. All three of the stones are step-cuts, meaning they show long flashes of sparkle. This keeps the design balanced and glitzy without too many additions. Double claw prongs hold on to the cropped edges. Stylish and sturdy.
Use inspiration from all over the world. This ring was influenced by ancient designs to create a whole new category of accented rings. It resembles a classic halo, but the milgrain and hexagon design give it a unique Art Deco vibe. Contrasting Emerald cut stones accent each side, balancing out the smaller details with larger, more organized ones.
You don’t have to reinvent the wheel when it comes to accents. Although this style is classic, the band’s trendy rose gold finish and Oval cut center stone adds enough flair to create a stylish look. The Round Brilliant accents are prong set and dainty enough to fit the slim band perfectly.
Don’t be bound by diameter. Open, geometric patterns can be achieved with metalwork. This design features subtle accents that flow through the structured lines to add a bit of sparkle and enrich the white gold tone.
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