Sustainable Sparkle: Lab-Grown Diamond Engagement Rings with Side Stones

Discover Eternate’s collection of lab-grown diamond engagement rings with side stones, where well-cut and strategically placed side stones intensify the overall sparkle of each ring. Our rings feature ethically sourced and sustainably grown lab diamonds, which shows our rooted commitment to provide quality and conscious jewelry for everyone. Always free of conflict, our lab-grown diamonds will shine proudly for a lifetime and beyond, with exceptional quality, brilliance and durability.

Our dedication extends beyond ethics. We push the boundaries of design and detailing by crafting settings that are anything but ordinary. From cascading arrangements of alluring side stones to the subtlety of hidden halos or the graceful twist of double shanks, each of our lab diamond engagement rings speaks of attention to detail and expert craftsmanship. Find yours and begin your forever story with a promise to a brighter future together, a promise inscribed in gold.

Lab Diamond Engagement Rings with Sidestones FAQs

Can I propose with a lab-grown diamond?

Absolutely. In fact, proposing with a lab diamond engagement ring can show your thoughtfulness and your commitment to ethical practices and responsible consumption. On top of that, lab-diamonds offer a more budget friendly alternative to mined gemstones while having the same chemical properties: the same brilliant sparkle, durability and quality.

Will lab-grown diamonds last?

Yes, lab-grown diamonds are quite durable and long-lasting, just like naturally mined diamonds. They are composed of the same material; carbon atoms arranged in a crystal structure. That’s why a lab created diamond engagement ring meets the same quality standards as those with natural diamonds. This makes them a durable and reliable choice for jewelry that is sure to last a lifetime.

How big should the side stones be on an engagement ring?

Commonly, side stones are half to two-thirds the size of the center stone for a balanced look. However, they can be as small as quarter the size of the center stone or larger which are equal in size. Halo settings, on the other hand, use smaller stones to create a shimmering frame around the center stone, while clusters like three-stone settings and double shank bands allow for more flexibility with various sizes.

How many stones should an engagement ring have?

The answer is, as many as you like. The design options are limitless. Solitaires feature a single center stone, while other rings may have additional side stones or halos for accentuation. This means the number of stones on your engagement ring depends solely on your own choice and taste.