Art Deco Platinum Cushion Diamond Engagement Rings

Drawing together timeless design with modern artistry, our collection of Art Deco platinum cushion 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. We recommend a cushion diamond for anyone looking for a classic look with a unique spin, as these diamonds feature a brilliant facet structure combined with a highly original squared shape. Our designers draw creative inspiration from all over to bring you a diverse range platinum cushion diamond engagement rings, so explore our full selection of design styles below.

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Art Deco Platinum Cushion 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’.

When it comes to engagement rings, platinum has always been the most popular choice—accounting for over 60% of the rings we make today. Durable, naturally bright, and low maintenance, this precious metal makes platinum Art Deco engagement rings last a lifetime. A platinum band with a unique ring is a match made in heaven, sure to make any centre diamond look its best for years to come.

When it comes to choosing a centre gemstone for your Art Deco engagement ring, we recommend a cushion diamond for its unique shape and scintillation. Combining the sparkle of round diamonds with a unique shape and softened corners, platinum cushion diamond engagement rings offer a brilliant yet dynamic appearance. If you’re looking for a Art Deco ring that shines, cushion cut diamonds have the added advantage of having the most light dispersion and fire of all the fancy diamond cuts.

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