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Our 10 Favorite Square Cushion Cut Engagement Rings

Square Cushion Cut Engagement Ring

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We recently featured our 10 favorite elongated cushion-cut engagement rings, but today we’d like to show off the same diamond cut, in a square shape. Square cushion-cut diamonds have more equal symmetry and are perfect for anyone who also likes princess or Asscher cut diamonds. In general, cushion-cut diamonds are our hottest sellers right now, and it’s not difficult to see why! They look like sparkling little pillows of luxury.

In this post, we share our 10 favorite square cushion-cut engagement rings.

Flat Shoulder Shank

Flat Shoulder Shank

Flat Shoulder Shank

One of our most popular square cushion cut engagement ring styles is our flat-shoulder shank pave halo engagement ring. It’s very on trend, and the simple, sparkling setting won’t distract from your gorgeous center diamond. The pave-set diamonds will twinkle every time you move your hand.

Pave Split Shank

Pave Split Shank

Pave Split Shank

If the first style is too simple for your taste, don’t worry! This split-shank halo engagement ring setting is unique and has an added layer of interest. The shank moves in two different directions before it meets the center diamond, and the halo surrounds your square cushion-cut stone with luxury.

Three-Row Pave Shank

Three-Row Pave Shank

Three-Row Pave Shank

If you like the look of a thick band, then this ring was made for you! There’s no need to stack many rings together when one ring has the look of three. Your square cushion cut center diamond will appear dreamy in this three-row shank pave halo diamond engagement ring.

Twisted Eternity Pave

Twisted Eternity Pave

Twisted Eternity Pave

If you like more girly and feminine styles, then this twisted pave diamond band will be the look for you. Pictured here is the rose-gold version with a fancy yellow square cushion-cut center diamond, but you can customize the ring in your favorite color of gold with whatever square cushion cut diamond your heart desires.

Simple Pave

Simple Pave

Simple Pave

For a simple pave diamond setting without a halo, which can sometimes distract from the beauty of your square cushion-cut center diamond, this setting is ideal. The band in fairly thick compared to some other pave diamond bands, and the bead setting allows for more gold to show between the diamonds.

U-Prong Halo

U-Prong Halo

U-Prong Halo

What makes this pave diamond halo setting different from some of the others is the u-prong setting, which holds up the diamonds and allows the metal to “get of the way” so that it doesn’t distract from the sparkle. Your square cushion cut center diamond will look spectacular with the princess-like setting complementing it!

U-Prong Halo

U-Prong Halo

White Gold U-Prong Halo

So maybe you’re not a fan of rose gold. This setting is exactly the same as the previous one except in white gold. We can also make this ring in yellow gold and platinum!

Dramatic Split Shank

Dramatic Split Shank

Dramatic Split Shank

Here’s another example of a split shank, but the divide is a little more dramatic than the one in the second setting style. With this setting, you’ll be able to show off just a little more skin. Your center square cushion-cut diamond will find its happy home in this setting!

Classic Halo

Classic Halo

Classic Halo

A classic halo diamond engagement ring, this setting will look stunning on anyone’s finger. You can’t go wrong by pairing a square cushion-cut center diamond with this sparkling and classic halo setting!

Royal Halo

Royal Halo

Royal Halo

If you’re looking for a ring that’s fit for royalty, this pave halo diamond engagement ring setting has lots of detail, and the careful craftsmanship is obvious. Your square cushion cut center diamond will be sitting on a throne when it’s paired with this ring setting.

Craving some more sparkle? Check out Diamond Mansion’s complete selection of square cushion cut engagement rings.

 

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