Most Popular Pear Shaped Engagement Rings

Pear shaped engagement rings have recently been in the spotlight because celebrities such as Katherine Heigl and Avril Lavigne have each received a an engagement ring with this fancy cut center stone. Pear shaped diamonds were designed as a cross between a round brilliant diamond and a marquise cut diamond. The unique teardrop shape elongates the wearer’s finger, which means it is a universally flattering design. The pear shape also faces up larger than many other diamond shapes that have the same carat weight. This makes them rather desirable. I have selected our customer’s favorite pear shaped engagement ring settings to help you in your search for the perfect token of your love and commitment.

Pear Three Stone Engagement Ring

Oftentimes three stone engagement rings are the way to go when shopping for a pear shaped engagement ring. This particular ring features a center stone nestled between two matching pear shaped side diamonds. A 3 stone engagement ring represents a couple’s past, present, and future.

Pear Cut Halo Ring

Our customers love this ring because it features a sparkling diamond halo and a plain, tapered band. The pave diamond halo helps give the appearance that the center stone is larger while the plain band allows the center stone to be the center of attention, no matter what the size.

Pear Baby Split Double Halo Engagement Ring

There is no denying the splendor of this beautiful diamond engagement ring from Bel Dia. Two rows of bright white diamonds enhance and frame the center diamond while the baby split shank accentuates the center diamond’s shape. The precision of our expert jewelers is evident in this popular style.

Need help finding a center diamond or customizing one of our settings to your taste? We have jewelry design experts and GIA graduate gemologists eager to help assist you with your purchase.

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