Princess Cut Diamond Engagement Rings

The Princess Cut Diamond Engagement Ring

Princess Cut Engagement Ring

A Brilliant Choice

A diamond tiara is out of reach for most brides-to-be, unless you’re marrying a king, duke or top-selling recording artist. But there is a romantic piece of jewelry worthy of royalty that any couple can afford: the stunning Princess Cut Diamond Engagement Ring. Created in the 1960s, the princess cut is a stunning square shape diamond that offers a similar degree of brilliance as seen in the slightly more popular round diamond.

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Princess Cut Engagement Ring

A Ring Fit for a Princess

If Prince Charming is ready to propose, why not share your favorite engagement ring styles with him so he’s aware of what you really want? Find dazzling princess cut diamond engagement rings in Love2, UTwo, Cherish and other exclusive collections at Robbins Brothers. Love the look of a simple solitaire? Be sure to try on pre-set princess cut diamonds in traditional and modern solitaire settings, starting at only $350.

Princess Cut Engagement Ring

Perfect Princess Cut Engagement Ring Settings

Imagine your princess cut diamond set in a platinum halo of pave diamonds, accented with rose gold. Visualize vintage white gold milgrain detailing on each side, with baguette accent diamonds. Picture channel set royal blue sapphires flanking the center diamond. With hundreds of designer styles to choose from, as well as rings in our exclusive collections, you’ll find the setting of your dreams at Robbins Brothers.

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