With engagement season fast approaching, we are only too glad of an excuse to spend some quality time pouring over beautiful, oh so sparkly engagement rings. I’m a lover of unusual shapes, natural textures and imperfect surfaces so I’ve been contemplating the hexagonal engagement ring for some time now. Decidedly modern, there is something imperfect I love about it. It’s a great choice for the girl who wants something still quite traditional but a little bit different. Of course, like all diamond shapes, it’s nearly as much about the setting and so we have rounded up a few variations and styles that we think will be pleasing to many personal styles and tastes.
For those of you who are super observant, we have thrown in two octagon shaped rings also just for fun but in general, you will see how the setting really defines the shape. Whether it’s a halo of smaller diamonds or solid metal frame, the finish is so striking and undeniably gorgeous. I definitely have a few favourites amongst this selection and would be over the moon to be presented with any of these gems, but what about you?
First Row; Geometric Hexagonal Diamond Ring by 1st Dibs | Vintage Hexagonal Halo Vaulted Diamond Ring by Ritani | Monique Péan Engagement Ring from Barneys | Second Row; Meredith Diamond Ring from ARt Carved | Trumpet and Horn Edwardian Engagement Ring| Satomi Kawakita Sapphire Ring. Third Row; Micro Pave Octagon Ring bu Timeless Designs | Art Deco Hexagon Halo Diamond Ring by Diamond + Mansion| Filigree Hexagonal Engagement Ring. Fourth Row; Halo Round and Baguette Diamond Ring | Single Stone Hexagonal Diamond Ring by SJ Philips | Antique Art Nouveau by Leigh Jay Nacht