Trilogy Engagement Rings

Symbolising the past, present and future, three stone engagement rings are a perfectly sentimental choice.

What is a trilogy engagement ring?

Often refered to as trinity or three stone engagement rings, trilogy engagement rings feature just that–three gemstones or diamonds, each one symbolizing the past, present and future.

The trilogy is a versatile style that most frequently sees a larger centre stone, with slightly smaller stones flanking either side. Typically, the side stones are around one third of the centre stone’s size, but we’ve also crafted designs with very small side stones to accentuate the centre stone as well as three equally sized stones to give a fuller coverage on the finger.

What does a trilogy or three stone engagement ring mean?

Trilogy engagement rings are so universally admired because of what they symbolise. Each of the three stones represents the past, present and future–an incredibly sentimental and romantic engagement ring choice.

What side stones should I choose for a trilogy ring?

The most frequently seen stone combinations on trilogy engagement rings is three of the same shape, or one centre shape flanked with pear shape diamond side stones. However, any fancy diamond cuts can sit on either side of your centre stone. From trapezoids, trilliant cuts, baguettes, tapered baguettes or bullets, or you could even choose three different shapes–the possibilities are endless.

oval rose cut diamond halo trilogy rose gold engagement ring
oval diamond with blue sapphire baguettes hand engraving and milgrain
emerald cut yellow sapphire with side baguette diamonds bead set diamond band

Which celebrities wear trilogy engagement rings?

Following the engagement of Prince Harry & Meghan Markle, trilogy engagement rings have seen a huge increase in popularity over the past few years. Other well known stars such as Ciara, Princess Beatrice and Miranda Kerr also wear trilogy engagement rings in an engagement ring tradition that will likely continue for generations to come.


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