When looking for a pearl engagement ring, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. There are more metal options, styles, retailers, and types of pearls than most people are aware of. If you aren’t a pearl expert, choosing the perfect engagement ring can be confusing and frustrating. We’ll look at pearl rings from a variety of brands, including traditional brick and mortar retailers like Zales and high-end brands like Mikimoto, in the sections below. We’ve done our best to gather high-quality pieces, but please keep in mind…
Pearl Engagement Rings: Ideas
Mikimoto is an exception because you pay for the brand name, but other online pearl boutiques are typically a case of you get what you pay for. Other pearl dealers may offer lower prices than Pure Pearls, but their quality standards aren’t as high. If you’re torn between our pearls and those of a competitor, we recommend purchasing both and deciding which you prefer. We provide 90-day trial periods to allow you to do just that.
The majority of pearls come from saltwater oceans around the world, with one exception: freshwater pearls from China. They are simple to grow, long-lasting, and have a classic, pearly-white appearance. They’re also less expensive than their popular counterpart, Akoya pearls, making them an excellent value. Try this Freshwater Pearl & Diamond Crown Jewel Ring for a touch of sparkle and elegance. This beautifully elegant pearl engagement ring can make anyone happy with its A Freshwater pearl and 0.06 carats of SI-clarity diamonds set on 14K white gold. If white gold rings aren’t your thing, this Tiffany sterling silver pearl engagement ring is worth a look.
Pearl Engagement Rings: Looks
This pearl engagement ring is likely to feature high-quality jewellery work that is typical of Tiffany. However, judging the quality of the pearl is difficult because Tiffany’s does not disclose grades or grading criteria. This ring is ideal if you want to buy from a well-known brand while staying within your budget. Take note of the “button” pearl, which is essentially a flat pearl that would fall short of the quality standards of a dedicated pearl boutique. This Sterling-silver ring from Zales may still be appealing to some when flanked by lab-created white sapphire.
Check out this Diamond Twist Shank Ring by Zales if you want a pearl engagement ring with a diamond halo and a unique band. This ring is a great choice for anyone looking for a splash of gold, with an elegant shank twist and 1/10th CT total weight of diamonds surrounding a freshwater pearl. If you’re looking for a pop of colour, consider Kay’s freshwater pearl and sapphire engagement ring. Beautiful blue and white sapphires twist and weave around the pearl on a bed of Sterling silver.
If your loved one prefers a more subtle, classic ring, look no further than James Allen’s 14K Yellow Gold Pearl Ring. This ring has an A-grade pearl, but it’s unclear what that means in terms of James Allen’s quality standards. The Olive Leaf Pearl Ring by Tiffany is an excellent choice if you want a simple yet elegant ring. Tiffany doesn’t disclose the pearl quality, so you’re probably paying extra for the name, but it’s still a lovely ring. This pearl engagement ring represents peace, abundance, and love, with a gorgeous freshwater pearl seated in beautifully sculpted 18K gold olive leaves.