Our 10 Favorite Pear-Shaped Engagement Rings
A fusion of the classic round-brilliant and marquise diamond shapes, pear-shaped diamonds are also sometimes known as teardrop diamonds. They possess the sparkle of a round-brilliant diamond but stun with the fancy shape of a marquise. A pear-shaped diamond comes to a point at one end and is rounded on the other end. Traditionally, the diamond is worn with the point facing upwards, and pear-shaped diamonds are flattering center stones for engagement rings because they make the finger appear longer than it is. Here are 10 of our favorite pear-shaped engagement rings:
U-Prong Pave Diamond Setting
The curves of your pear-shaped diamond will be highlighted by this simple pave diamond setting. The diamonds are held by u-prongs to create a sleek and contemporary look.
Simple Solitaire Setting
If you want nothing more than to highlight the pure beauty of your sparkling pear-shaped diamond, then a solitaire setting might be your best choice. A smooth gold silhouette will complement your center stone.
Verragio Infinity Pave Diamond Setting
Dainty and delicate, this open, twisted pave setting is a feminine way to complement your pear-shaped center stone. The curves of the setting will match the curves of your diamond.
Infinity Design Pave Diamond Setting
Want to capture the infinite nature of your love? This pave band with infinity symbols is both meaningful and stylish. It will be an ideal match for your pear-shaped center diamond.
Art Deco Halo Setting
This 1920s-inspired, Art-Deco-look diamond engagement ring is substantial and fashionable. With its pave halo, this setting is a stunning accompaniment to a pear-shaped center diamond.
Simple Tension Setting
If you’re looking for a more modern and sleek way to display your beautiful pear-shaped center diamond, you should consider this high-polished tension setting. We promise that a force slightly more trustworthy than magic is holding your diamond safely in place.
Bezel Setting with Diamond Collar
A bezel setting for a pear-shaped diamond will ensure that its pointed end is well protected from clumsy hands. This setting has a pave diamond collar for high-fashion detail.
Tapered Baguettes and Rounds Setting
Add even more geometric interest your pear-shaped center diamond by accessorizing it with tapered baguettes and round-cut accent diamonds. This style is classic and eclectic at the same time.
Raised Bezel Setting
A sleek and minimalist bezel setting will protect the pointed end of your precious pear-shaped diamond and look very contemporary on your hand.
Split-Shank Solitaire Setting
Pair your pear-shaped center diamond with a gold setting that’s full of geometric drama. It’s a solitaire setting for people who think solitaire settings are boring and unimaginative.
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