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Sylvie has channeled much of her design efforts into creating exquisite engagement rings that showcase unique details, setting our solitaire engagement rings apart. While solitaire engagement rings are known for their simplicity and timeless appeal, Sylvie’s solitaires offer distinct design elements that add a differentiating touch of sophistication, creativity and glamor.
As a jewelry designer, Sylvie’s attention to detail in the design process is what makes our solitaire engagement rings more meaningful and elemental to her inspiration. Each ring is carefully crafted to ensure that every aspect of the design is perfect, from the placement of the diamond and subtle details of the prongs that hug the center stone, to the intricate details on the band. Sylvie’s solitaire engagement rings are available in a range of styles, from classic to modern, ensuring that there is a perfect ring for every individual to make it truly their own.
Another key difference that set Sylvie’s solitaire engagement rings apart are the unique settings used. Our settings include a wide offering of details from vintage-inspired milgrain setting, which adds texture and depth to the band, to unique prongs, that hold the center diamond while also telling a story of the inspiration behind a given style.
Our solitaire engagement rings, like all of our engagement and wedding rings, feature unique precious metal options, including white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, and platinum, allowing for further customization and personalization. To complement your Sylvie solitaire engagement ring, many of our solitaire styles feature intricate wedding ring designs, such as twisted or braided bands, adding a unique touch to the overall design.
Typically, solitaire engagement ring settings cost less than other settings since the center diamond is the only diamond that is featured. Because of this, the size and cut of the center diamond are two of the primary factors that determine the cost of a solitaire engagement ring. Generally, the larger the diamond and the better its cut quality, the more expensive the ring will be. Other factors such as the diamond’s clarity and color can also affect the price.
The tradition of giving a solitaire engagement ring dates back to ancient Rome, where the groom would present his bride-to-be with a simple iron ring to symbolize their commitment. The tradition of using a diamond in engagement rings became popular in the 19th century and has continued to be a symbol of love and commitment ever since.
The pros of choosing a prong setting for a solitaire engagement ring include the maximum light exposure that allows for the diamond to showcase its brilliance. The cons of a prong setting include the potential for snagging on clothing or other objects. A bezel setting, on the other hand, provides a more secure and unique look, but can also make the diamond appear smaller.
Yes, solitaire engagement rings are designed to be durable and practical for everyday wear. Just make sure to take it off while doing any heavy-duty activities to avoid damage or loss.
Yes, engraving a solitaire engagement ring is a great way to add a personal and romantic touch. Some engraving options include initials, a wedding date, or a special message unique to your love engraved on the inside or outside of the band. Contact us to learn more about these options.
Yes, a solitaire engagement ring can be given as a gift for any occasion, such as a promise ring, anniversary gift, or special milestone. It’s a classic and versatile piece of jewelry that can be cherished for years to come.
Yes, some people choose to add smaller diamonds or other gemstones to their solitaire ring to give it a unique and personalized touch. Our setting styles can be customized to make your engagement uniquely yours.