Engagement Rings

By October 7, 2020Uncategorized

Before You Pop The Question. Check out the latest trends.

Shopping for an engagement ring? We’re here for you with the latest trends (at a fraction of the price of traditional jewelry stores). So listen up. Here’s how you get your fiance her dream ring and still have enough money left over for the honeymoon!

Shop American Jewelry and Loan for the latest in engagement ring trends. 

Multiple Stone Rings

Three stone rings have grown in popularity thanks to Meghan Markle. This royal style usually has one larger center diamond accompanied by two smaller diamonds on each side. 

Asscher Cut

Vintage and art deco, this cut is described as an octagonal diamond with a square shape also sometimes called, ‘square-emerald cut.’ Originally made famous with Elizabeth Taylor’s 33-carat ring, this is the cut of Jessica Alba, Pippa Middleton, and Zoey Deschanel’s engagement ring too. 

Sustainability

Diamond sustainability is growing in popularity, especially with millennials or Gen Zs. It’s not hard to adopt this trend- and it’s affordable too. One way to do this is to use recycled, re-used, or reset diamonds. At American Jewelry and Loan, our on-site expert jeweler can make this trend come to life. Just ask! 

 

Diamond Alternative

Diamonds are the traditional choice for engagement rings, but the latest trend is gemstones. Check out this diamond ring with a gemstone halo. Stunning and unique. 

 

The Classics

You simply can’t go wrong with a beautiful setting and matching band. We carry a wide selection of rings in every style at every budget. And, because we also offer layaway, you can truly get the piece you’ve always wanted. Our inventory changes frequently, so visit often. Looking for something specific, let us know. Our expert on-site jeweler can set your perfect diamond ring.  

 

Engagement at Exceptional Prices

Purchasing an engagement ring, or having one custom-made, at American Jewelry and Loan is the smart choice for those seeking ‘wow’ without breaking the bank. It’s exactly what the jewelry industry doesn’t want you to know. 

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