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Newest Favorites from deBebians

April 24, 2014 2 min read

At deBebians, we have been working on some new interesting editions to our Bel Dia collection. Some of these editions were inspirations from our customers; others came from our creative design team. Our Bel Dia collection has gotten so extensive that you can now shop by diamond shape and halo style in order to find exactly what you need. Below are some of my favorite new engagement ring styles now available at deBebians.

princess halo engagement ring

Style HE215 features a U pave soft square halo with split shank for a center princess cut diamond. What is new and interesting about this design is that it is a great example of a curvy split shank engagement ring for a princess cut diamond. Many people prefer a split shank engagement ring because they feel it looks nicer on the hand. It also doesn’t hurt to have extra support if you have a larger center diamond! This mounting was originally designed for an approximate 3ct center stone but can easily be modified for any particular size. You can find this mounting by selecting the “square” filter in our halo engagement ring section.

cluster accent engagement ring

HE248 is another recent designed that I think is really great! This ring was designed for a center round brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.70ct (although it can be made with any size round). The cluster of three round brilliant cut diamonds on either side gives the illusion of a 3 stone ring without the price tag! The antique style milgrain gives an added old world feel to this very dainty style ring. This ring can be found in our diamond accented engagement ring section.

emerald engagement ring A very recent design and one that will be available on our website soon is style HE253 featuring a “wavy” pave diamond halo with a split shank. This ring has a subtle dip in the corners of the halo creating a softer, curvier feel to the ring. This kind of halo compliments a split shank and can be done on any shape center diamond. This specific ring featured an approximate 1ct emerald cut.


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