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Our 10 Favorite Radiant Cut Engagement Rings

Radiant Cut Engagement Rings

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Radiant cut diamonds are truly innovative and unique – they were the first square-shaped diamond to have a brilliant-cut pattern like the round brilliant diamond.

First developed in the 1980s, radiant cut diamonds can come in square or rectangular shapes, and they’re perfect for anyone who enjoys the look of princess and cushion-cut diamonds. The radiant is definitely another option to consider!

At Diamond Mansion, we love and appreciate radiant-cut diamonds, and we hope to share our enthusiasm with you. Below is a list of our 10 favorite radiant cut engagement ring style:

Baguette and Round Setting

Baguette and Round Setting

Baguette and Round Setting

Radiant cut diamonds look great paired with many different stone shapes – in this setting style, you can find two lovely shapes: baguettes and round-cut diamonds. They surround the center stone in a halo for maximum attention. Delicate milgrain detail creates even more interest.

Surprise Pave

Surprise Pave

Surprise Pave

If you’re seeking a fairly simple setting that has an element of surprise for your radiant cut center diamond, this ring is perfect for you. Pave diamonds are bead set in the band, and the side view reveals diamonds on the prongs.

Trapezoid Accent Stones

Trapezoid Accent Stones

Trapezoid Accent Stones

Practice geometry when you wear this setting style featuring trapezoid side stones to complement your center radiant cut diamond. The thick gold band is just an added layer of luxury to pamper your finger.

Two-Tone Verragio

Two-Tone Verragio

Two-Tone Verragio

Ring designer Verragio has some of the most elegant and unique ring settings in the industry, and this two-tone setting is the classiest way to display your radiant cut diamond. Milgrain detail around the bands demonstrates Verragio’s attention to the tiniest features.

Mixed Accent Stones

Mixed Accent Stones

Mixed Accent Stones

If you’re having trouble deciding on a ring setting, this style has almost everything: a place for your radiant cut center diamond, two sizes of round-cut diamonds, baguettes, and textured gold. It’s truly a designer-inspired look that will prompt complete strangers to grab your hand.

Diamond-Crusted Split Shank

Diamond-Crusted Split Shank

Diamond-Crusted Split Shank

If you enjoy more of a diamond-encrusted look, this engagement ring style will make a perfect home for your radiant cut center diamond. The split shank shows off just a hint of skin, and pave diamonds in multiple rows wrap the shank. The prongs are swooping and elegant.

Bar-Set Baguettes

Bar-Set Baguettes

Bar-Set Baguettes

Bar-set baguettes are the highlight of this radiant cut diamond engagement ring, which also includes two rows of pave diamonds. The thickness of the gold will wrap your finger with luxury and also serve as a lovely highlight for your radiant diamond.

Updated Pave

Updated Pave

Updated Pave

The design of this setting takes takes the traditional pave setting and adds a contemporary twist. Squares of gold create additional design elements to highlight your radiant cut center diamond. The thick, flat prongs create an extra layer of visual interest.

Substantial Setting

Substantial Setting

Substantial Setting

If you have more muscular fingers and want a thick ring to complement your sturdy hands, then you’ll appreciate pave diamond and bezel-set princess cut setting. The mix of prongs and bezel settings are very interesting to the eye.

Parade Floral

Parade Floral

Parade Floral 

By famed designed Parade, this engagement ring has a floral motif that’s perfect for the nature lover. A radiant cut center diamond is a lovely contrast to the vine-like swooping gold. This style is simple but lovely in its detail.

Shop Diamond Mansion’s entire selection of radiant cut engagement rings.

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