Two tone engagement rings are everywhere! You see yellow gold and white gold, palladium and yellow gold, yellow gold and platinum, rose gold and white gold, and even rose gold and platinum. My favorite two tone metal combination is platinum and rose gold. The main reason is that 1) I don’t gravitate towards yellow gold and I love rose gold and 2)platinum doesn’t need to be rhodium plated (like white gold) so you’ll never have to worry about that. It can be difficult, depending on the design, to keep up with the rhodium on a two tone piece that includes white gold.
Here are a few of my favorite two tone engagement rings from deBebians…
This two tone engagement ring is available in a variety of options. I love the simple pave band that flows up towards the rose gold halo. We finish it off with hand engraving for a truly gorgeous ring!
This classic diamond halo engagement ring is not only two tone but it also features natural fancy pink diamonds in the rose gold halo. Love this! What girl doesn’t love pink? For me, I prefer this with a cushion cut diamond in this setting, but it also works with other diamond shapes, too. This is truly one of my favorite rings never mind the fact that it is two tone.
Don’t forget that there is always the option of a two tone engagement ring with a double halo. Recently, pear shaped diamonds have become one of my favorite shapes. I picked this ring because I prefer white diamonds on the inner halo, which can sometimes give the illusion of a larger center diamond.
When you are shopping for a two tone engagement ring, be sure to check deBebians. Also, be sure to click into the actual product and pull down the metal options to see if a two tone version is available. The main product photo may only be shown in a singular metal color, but it could be available in two tone… you never know!