Meghan Markle may be a duchess, but her dazzling three-stone engagement ring was presented to her by Prince Harry, sparking an immediate revival of the traditional engagement ring theme. The Meghan Markle impact is incredible! The central three-carat cushion-cut diamond from Botswana is surrounded by two round diamonds that belonged to Prince Harry's mom, Princess Diana, on a yellow-gold band, which was crafted by Prince Harry personally.
Furthermore, as the design demonstrates, three-stone engagement rings have a deeper meaning, historically symbolising friendship, love, and faithfulness, an ideal option for lovers who want their engagement tale to be loaded with meaning that is exclusive to their relationship.
Geometric stones like emerald, hexagon, square, shield, trillion, and Asscher-cut diamonds appear elegant and sleek if you're attracted to a contemporary version of the classic ring form. Unique settings, whether a combination of stone cuts side-by-side, a double band arrangement, or vertically arranged stones for a truly contemporary aesthetic, would make a three-stone ring really stand out for the unconventional bride.
Checkout the designs below for getting an idea about how your engagement ring should look like: