Interesting and unique wedding ring with a blue rose as the centerpiece of the ring. I’m not sure this is the most logical and easy to wear wedding ring, but it will raise eyebrows and get the conversation going.
A princess cut amethyst ring set in a silver band with studs for extra flair. http://www.etsy.com/listing/59394191/silver-fairy-princess-ring-green-peridot Related articles Wedding Wednesday: Fairy Tale Inspiration (raymondleejewelersblog.com) 7 Amazing Stories of Lost and Re-Found Wedding Rings (neatorama.com)
Another wedding ring showing the use of the diamond not as the main stone but as an accent. Not only, but brilliant is all over this ring, literally! Both the aquamarine and fleur de lis diamonds are brilliant cut.
Unique wedding ring photo :Absolute Titanium
A tension sitting ring with a black titanium band gets a flash of color from it’s princess cut diamond and a copper-pink inlay.
This chic ring is made in platinum for strength with an art deco style of princess cut sapphires and diamonds. The shoulder diamonds were added to the design three days before it was actually completed!
Old heirloom brilliant cut diamond gets a new kind of sparkle with a pair of double step-down baguette cut emerald shoulders.
Unique wedding ring photo :RubyJi
No sour grapes to be found with this unique wedding ring set of red and black resin (raisin, get it?) dots and diamonds! Inside the ring the dots are actually connected by a network of lines. And there’s your explanation for the title.
Hey! There’s no emerald in this ring!
Oh, you mean it’s not the stone, it’s the cut?
Well, that’s silly. And false advertising. At least it’s pretty.
A bounty of blue bubbly brilliance! Oh, and the diamonds are nice too. :-)
Personally, I like a ruby that defies the stereotype! You go, gemstone!