5 Engagement Rings Under $1000 Dollars
So you want to find a timeless engagement ring but don’t have the funds to splurge yet. A lot of couples who decide to get married have been buying starter engagement rings and later upgrading to a more expensive piece. Here are 5 Engagement Rings that are under $1000 to help you save!
This Engagement ring is a 0.23 Carat Princess Cut diamond set in a 14k whit gold mounting. It is classified as a solitaire engagement ring. The diamond is G/H in color ans SI in clarity. This is a good grading for a diamond to have. We recommend this ring because solitaire is a trending engagement ring style and the diamond details are fantastic! The price for this ring is $795.
This Engagement Ring has approximately half a carat of diamonds. The center stone is .25 carats which makes it only .02 carats larger than the first ring. It appears bigger because it is encompassed by .25 carats of accent stones. The diamond details for this ring are H/I in color and SI in clarity. The color grade is one step below the first ring which doesn’t make that much of a difference. The diamonds are set in a 14k White Gold mounting and this ring is priced at $895.
Now the hot new trend is to have a vintage style engagement ring, which is exactly what this ring is! It is a .17 carat diamond center stone and is set in an 18k White Gold vintage mounting. The diamond details are H/I and VS in color (which is really good). The price for this ring is $595.
If you are itching for something different, a yellow gold three stone engagement ring is exactly what you need. More people choose white gold when it comes to engagement rings, having yellow gold brings a whole new unique quality to the ring. This ring is approximately half a carat of diamonds which are H/I in color and SI in clarity. The stones are set in a 14k yellow gold setting. This ring is priced at $895.
This is our favorite ring on the list because rose gold is just such a beautiful toned metal! The center stone looks emphasized because of the four prong setting! The diamond is actually only 1/3 a carat (0.33) although it looks a lot larger because of the setting! The setting is 14k rose gold and the diamond details are H/I and I1. This ring goes for $895 as well.