Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Rings & Gemstone Rings
Looking for an emerald stone engagement ring? Browse our wide variety of emerald cut diamond and gemstone engagement rings to find the perfect ring to give to the one you love.
Emerald Cut Solitaire
There's something uniquely special about an emerald cut diamond. The first thing you notice is its size, which is larger than other stones. The next thing you notice is those glass-like geometric tiers descending towards a captivating mid-point. This Art Deco expansiveness is what makes emerald stones so mesmerizing. When placed within a classic solitaire setting, the emerald diamond shines with exquisite beauty. Without embellishment, this magnificent stone takes center stage on the ring finger.
Diamond Accented Emerald Cut
Choose an emerald ring that is so eye-catching, she'll find it difficult to take her eyes off it. Our diamond accented emerald cut rings are sure to create a splash while you ask your life-changing question. These styles feature any number of round cut diamonds embedded on the surface of the band. This is called a pave setting and these smaller diamonds add luster and luxury to an already beautiful ring.
The diamond-encrusted eternity band combined with an emerald cut stone is a timeless favorite. You may also find more elaborate band designs artfully created for the woman who desires an extra-special ring.
Emerald Cut Halo
At deBebians, you'll find wedding rings for women featuring emerald stones bordered by a halo of tiny round stones. The halo adds an extra layer of opulence to the emerald stone, and the look is pure elegance. If you're looking for vintage wedding rings for women, you can find emerald cut halo engagement rings with a similar vintage appearance.
Moissanite Emerald Cut
Moissanite stones look almost like diamonds, and they have a similar color and sparkle. If you prefer the superior radiance of this beautiful stone, you can easily pick a moissanite emerald over a diamond during the ordering process.
Morganite Emerald Cut
There's no rule that says an engagement ring must have a diamond, so you're free to surprise her with a beautiful blush pink morganite emerald ring. This stone looks amazing when paired with rose gold, but it also works nicely with white gold, palladium and platinum metals.