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18ct Yellow Gold Hexagonal Diamond Engagement Rings

Drawing together timeless design with modern artistry, our collection of yellow gold hexagonal diamond engagement rings offers you an exciting selection of unique rings, allowing you to find a design that speaks to love you share with your partner. Certain styles determine the overall silhouette and impact of your engagement ring, so take time to consider if a solitaire, pavé, halo, or trilogy design is the one for you. Take a look at our hexagonal diamond engagement rings as these untraditional diamonds are known for their geometric lines and modern aesthetic, ensuring your ring feels one of a kind. Our designers draw creative inspiration from all over to bring you a diverse range yellow gold hexagonal diamond engagement rings, so explore our full selection of design styles below.

18ct Yellow Gold Hexagonal Diamond Engagement Rings

We want the process of finding a ring to be a creative act, one that gets to the heart of what makes your love unique. Our collection of engagement rings features a diverse range of styles, metals, and ring shapes, making it easy for you to feel confident that you’ve found ‘the one’.

Our collection of engagement rings come to life when set in rich 18ct yellow gold, as the warm glow of this precious metal accentuates the internal fire of any centre diamond. Having long been a traditional choice for wedding jewellery, yellow gold engagement rings have experienced a surge of popularity in the last five years—making an 18ct yellow gold engagement ring the perfect way to bring the past and present together in your design.

There’s nothing quite as unexpectedly beautiful as a {{metal_type}} hexagonal diamond engagement ring. A hexagonal diamond has a six sided structure, making it unlike any other diamond shape. Known for their geometric lines and modern aesthetic, owners of   hexagonal diamond engagement rings are in a league of their own. The step cut facets and large surface area of a hexagonal diamond makes them look especially brilliant when set in a ring.

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