Favorite Twisted Shank Engagement Rings from deBebians

deBebians carries a wide variety of engagement ring styles, including solitaire, double halo, and diamond accented designs. Even these different ring categories come in a wide array of styles, with one of our most popular types being those that have a twisted shank. The swirl design of a twisted shank is romantic and whimsical. It makes the engagement ring more interesting and unique. I have selected my favorite top four engagement rings that feature this unexpected yet timeless design element.

1. Twisted Split Shank Double Halo Engagement Ring

twisted shank engagement rings


Style # HE215

For someone that is interested in substantial finger coverage, this double halo engagement ring is a terrific setting to choose. The double halo makes the center diamond appear larger while the twisted shank gives added width to the overall appearance of the ring.

2. Twisted Double Shank Engagement Ring

engagement rings with twist


Style # HE209

It you are interested in a simpler design with a twist, this diamond accented engagement ring is a lovely option. The center diamond seems effortlessly suspended in the air while the white pave diamonds add sparkle and brilliance to the piece.

3. Morganite Rose Gold Halo Engagement Ring with Twisted Split Shank

engagement rings twisted design


Style # HE108-M

Our morganite engagement ring collection has become quite popular with our customers because of its beauty and affordability. This ring features a halo of white diamonds that are accentuated by the unique shape of the shank.

4. Solitaire Engagement Ring with Entwined Band

twisted solitaire engagement ring


Style # SE-14

A solitaire engagement ring does not have to be outdated, boring, or overdone. This ring has a modern curved design and can be made in whichever precious metal that you would like. The diamond is truly what is on display with the twisted shank adding a little flair.

We also carry a wide selection of twisted plain and diamond wedding bands that would add a unique twist (pun intended?) to a bridal set or jewelry collection. Please contact our jewelry experts if you would like assistance.

Edit: This was originally published on August 21, 2014 and updated on March 19, 2019.

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published


No more products available for purchase

Your cart is currently empty.