Marquise Cut Engagement Rings

Vintage Marquise Cut Lab Alexandrite Engagement Ring


The Marquise Cut Alexandrite as the centerpiece, with scattered moissanite on each side, gives the Lab Alexandrite Engagement Ring a vintage and elegant appeal.

Marquise cut Moonstone engagement ring vintage Unique White gold


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Moissanite Engagement Ring Vintage Unique 14K Yellow Gold Art Deco Bridal Promise Anniversary Gift


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Rose Gold Marquise Cut Lab Emerald Ring


The interlocking of two bands, adorned with moissanite accents and Marquise Cutting, imbues the Lab Emerald Ring with a vibrant and distinctive charm.

Cluster Marquise Cut Morganite Promise Ring Rose Gold


This Morganite Promise Ring elegantly secures the moissanite on both sides of the main stone with a cluster setting, showcasing a simple, stylish charm.

14K Rose Gold Lab Alexandrite Marquise Engagement Ring


The Alexandrite Marquise Engagement Ring features a hollow design in the band, using a unique setting technique to secure the Alexandrite on the ring.

Vintage Marquise Cut Lab Alexandrite Ring White Gold


The Alexandrite Ring  White Gold showcases three gemstones: Alexandrite, Opal, and Moonstone, all cut in an olive-shaped design, symmetrically set on the ring.

Unique 14K Yellow Gold Lab Alexandrite Engagement Ring


The Alexandrite Engagement Ring features a unique design with the use of hexagon-cut Alexandrite, adorned with an array of Moissanite stones on the band.

Marquise Cut Lab Vintage Alexandria Engagement Ring


The Vintage Alexandria Engagement Ring features a cluster setting with moissanites staggered on either side of the main stone like an unfurling fan.

Marquise Cut Alexandrite Ring Vintage White Gold Unique Antique Wedding Bridal Promise Ring


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Marquise Cut Alexandrite Wedding Ring Vintage Yellow Gold


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Enhance your love story with our marquise cut engagement rings. These exceptional rings are a testament to the timeless beauty of your commitment. The unique marquise shape symbolizes grace and refinement, ensuring that your love will shine and stand the test of time.

Marquise Cut Engagement Rings FAQs

What Is the Marquise Cut? The Marquise cut is a type of diamond or gemstone cut that features an elongated shape with pointed ends, resembling the hull of a boat. Its unique silhouette not only creates a striking and elegant look but also makes the stone appear larger than its actual carat weight, making it an ideal option for those seeking a statement piece with a vintage touch. Are Marquise Cut Diamonds More Expensive? Marquise cut diamonds can vary in price depending on a number of factors, such as carat weight, clarity, color, and overall quality of the diamond. In general, marquise cut diamonds may be more expensive than other popular diamond shapes, such as round or princess cuts, because they require more rough diamond to be cut away. Are Marquise Engagement Rings out of Style? Just like all styles, marquise cut diamond engagement rings have dipped in and out of fashion. However, their prevalence for so many decades proves that they remain coveted as ever! Remember to choose a diamond shape that you truly love, whether it’s at its peak popularity or not. How Does the Marquise Cut Compare to Other Diamond Shapes in Terms of Brilliance and Fire? The Marquise cut's elongated shape and multiple facets allow it to reflect light brilliantly, creating exceptional sparkle and fire that rivals other popular diamond cuts like the round and princess cuts. Its unique design maximizes the stone's brilliance, offering a dazzling and eye-catching display of light and shine. What Are the Key Factors to Consider When Choosing a Setting for a Marquise Cut Engagement Ring? When selecting a setting for a Marquise cut engagement ring, it is crucial to prioritize both security and aesthetic appeal. Opt for settings that offer adequate protection for the pointed ends of the diamond, such as a V-shaped prong setting or a bezel setting, to ensure the stone remains secure and well-protected while showcasing its unique shape and brilliance. Which Metal Options Best Complement the Marquise Cut's Elegance and Brilliance? Metals such as platinum, white gold, and yellow gold can beautifully complement the Marquise cut's elegant and sophisticated appearance. Platinum's silvery-white hue enhances the stone's brilliance, while white gold offers a classic and timeless look. Yellow gold adds warmth and a vintage touch, creating a romantic and timeless aesthetic for the ring. How Do I Ensure the Durability and Longevity of My Horse Eye Cut Engagement Ring? To ensure the durability and longevity of a Marquise cut engagement ring, it is essential to choose a secure setting that provides ample protection for the diamond's pointed ends. Regular maintenance, such as prong checks and professional cleanings, can also help preserve the ring's overall condition and shine over time. Can a Horse Eye Cut Engagement Ring Be Customised? Yes, Marquise cut engagement rings can be customised to incorporate unique design elements such as intricate engraving, side stones or personalised settings.Amanda offers customisation options to create bespoke and meaningful pieces that are unique to your style and personality. How Does the Pricing of Marquise Cut Diamonds Compare to Other Popular Diamond Shapes? Marquise cut diamonds often provide excellent value for their price, allowing customers to obtain a larger stone for their budget compared to other diamond shapes. Factors such as carat weight, cut, color, and clarity significantly influence the pricing of Marquise cut diamonds, with higher grades typically commanding a higher price point.