Hoping your true love will give you a golden ring this holiday season? Here are five custom designs made in gorgeous yellow gold to inspire you!

This design is a personal take on the classic three-stone design. Instead of using three stones, the design focuses on symmetrical metalwork that creates a sense of balance on either side of the center stone. With organic shapes and detailed metalwork, the overall look has a vintage elegance with influences from nature.

A modern take on the traditional accented solitaire. The scalloped band looks dainty, with subtle nautical influences, making the oval cut center stone appear larger. The yellow gold lets each accent stone pop with more definition, and yellow gold prongs make the center stone look even brighter and whiter.

This design is very trendy, but using yellow gold makes it feel more traditional. The Pear cut stone is accented by alternating round and faux-marquise shapes on the band. It looks lacy and dainty, while the addition of a plain wedding band keeps it feeling grounded and classic. The claw prongs are subtle, so they do not distract from the bold teardrop shape of the center stone.

This three stone ring is opulent and luxurious. The detailed metalwork on all sides surrounds the accent stones, which adds additional texture and shimmer. The simple prongs are needed here to keep this design from becoming over-the-top. The custom wedding band echoes the design elements in the ring, creating a cohesive look that can be worn together or apart.

This ultra-modern ring relies on the bold shape and asymmetrical design elements to make a big statement. The Pear cut center stone is bezel set in an East-West setting, creating the first asymmetrical element. The unconnected band wraps around the finger and balances the visual weight of the Pear cut stone. Overall, this unique design is a showpiece for elegant, simple design statements.

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