Characteristics of Solitaire Engagement Rings
The first recorded use of the solitaire engagement ring was in 1477, when Archduke Maximilian of Hapsburg used a diamond solitaire ring in his proposal to Marie de Bourgogne. The solitaire has been used as a symbol of the undying, unbreakable love between a bride and groom ever since. Often set in gold or platinum, signature design elements of this striking ring are variations on the setting and the stone. Our collections from designers such as Tacori, Stuller, Kirk Kara, and Hearts on Fire contain solitaire ring styles that can be customized to fit any vision or budget.
Popular Solitaire Rings Collections at Huntington Fine Jewelers
Huntington Fine Jewelers is home to some of the most stunning classical solitaire ring collections on the market. For example, the Bellissima collection combines a floral aesthetic with the clean lines and pave bands associated with classical ring design. Kirk Kara's Pirouetta collection combines swirling flourishes with regal settings to create a joyful take on the classical single-stone ring. The Stella collection by Kirk Kara uses bolder, twisting lines and a strong European aesthetic to create a timeless look she will treasure forever. Simon G's engagement ring collection uses clean, classical design with subtle bits of flair on the band for the woman who appreciates a softer, more elegant approach to the traditional engagement ring.
In addition to gorgeous classical designs, Huntington Fine Jewelers also sells some of the most striking contemporary collections. Noam Carver's use of twisted pave bands and bezel settings are perfect for the more contemporary bride. Using art deco cutouts and engraving on their bands and settings, each piece of Stuller's contemporary solitaire collection makes a strong yet timeless and feminine statement. Tacori is one of the best known designers at Huntington Fine Jewelers because of their community-focused business model and fanciful, yet modern use of stone shapes.
Why Shop for Solitaire Rings at Huntington Fine Jewelers?
In addition to being a proud member of the American Gem Society, Huntington Fine Jewelers combines approachable, sincere hospitality and an array of high-end services. Our white glove services range from in-house appraisals by GIA certified gemologists to a custom design center. Huntington Fine Jewelers is conveniently located in Shawnee and Oklahoma City. Come see how our world-class designs, two locations, and caring customer service combine to make Huntington Fine Jewelers Oklahoma's premier jeweler. Schedule your appointment, visit us online, or call us at (405) 692-4300 (Oklahoma City) or (405) 273-4300 (Shawnee).