Contemporary engagement rings from Tiffany & Co, Niessing, Chanel and Graff
For the quirky bride: TIFFANY & CO.
If you favour other types of gemstones over diamonds as well as clean lines in your engagement ring, then the new Tiffany T pieces are for you.
Overlaid with mother-of-pearl and round brilliant diamonds on an 18k rose gold band, black onyx on an 18k rose gold band and turquoise on an 18k yellow gold band, these give wedding rings a young and refreshingly playful take.
German jewellery brand Niessing celebrates 100 years of Bauhaus with four new lines that make up the Niessing Ring Bauhaus and Architecture collections.
A tribute to the Bauhaus movement and use of basic shapes (circle, square and triangle) in design, the new Niessing Ring® Bauhaus lines reflects a twist of the original design icon. It’s presented with round brilliant-cut, square princess-cut and triangular trilliant-cut diamonds – an eclectic play on shapes and structures for couples in search of unique pieces to wear forever.
Founder of Graff Diamonds, Lawrence Graff’s love for modern art is apparent in his Inspired by Twombly collection. It sees a series of sparkling pieces that mirror the abstract and calligraphic paint strokes of the American artist Cy Twombly.
One of the latest additions is this sparkler, which encircles the finger with fluid diamond-adorned swirls – contemporary, glamorous and feminine all at once.
For the trendy bride: CHANEL
What’s better than one Coco Crush ring? Two Coco Crush rings – or well, one that looks like you’re wearing two of the French luxury brand’s quilt-inspired pieces.
Unveiled earlier this year in April, the Quilted Motif Two-Finger Ring (it canbe worn across two fingers, hence its name) comprises white and yellow gold, and is set with 18 diamonds.
For the classic bride: CHAUMET
Or if you’re still more of a traditionalist at heart but would prefer a modern feel to your engagement ring, Chaumet brings to the table the new Éclat d’Éternité solitaire. It’s designed with a slim diamond-encrusted band and a discreet pear-shaped centre stone – a more subtle reinterpretation of its iconic tiara ring.