Classic, traditional and timeless, round-cut engagement rings are among the most popular choices for couples looking for a beautiful design with unmatched brilliance. Whether in a traditional round solitaire engagement ring or surrounded by side stones, the round cut seamlessly combines simplicity and grace. Each round-cut diamond is a unique masterpiece that catches and reflects light in its own distinct way, and each ring in our collection is designed to capture the beauty of this iconic cut.

Eternate’s vast collection of round diamond engagement rings, offers a wide range of beautiful designs, ranging from classic solitaires to halo engagement rings, three-stone designs and vintage rings. Whichever happens to be your choice, our expert team handcrafts your round diamond engagement ring with utmost care. So that each ring is ready to be enjoyed for a lifetime and passed on as heirlooms, bearing witness to your joyful journey for generations to come.

Round Engagement Rings FAQs

A round engagement ring typically refers to the shape of the central stone in the ring. The term "round" (or “round cut”) describes a diamond or gemstone cut in a circular shape with 58 or 57 facets. Those who love this cut are usually traditional, trustworthy, honest, and love a classic style.

The perceived size of a round diamond depends on its cut and carat weight. Well-cut round diamonds can appear larger due to their ability to reflect light and create a dazzling sparkle. Conversely, a poorly cut diamond may seem smaller. Carat weight also affects size perception.

The number of prongs in a diamond setting, like a 6-prong setting, does not directly impact the perceived size of the diamond. The appearance of size is primarily affected by the diamond's carat weight. However, the setting style can affect the appearance of stone. A 6-prong round engagement ring is often chosen for its classic look, providing both security and a traditional aesthetic.

The round cut is the most popular diamond choice because of its timeless look. Crafted to maximize light reflection and refraction, the round diamond engagement ring creates an incredible sparkle. Its classic shape transcends trends, making it a favored selection for engagement rings.

Traditionally, in many Western cultures, the engagement ring is worn on the fourth finger of the left hand, commonly known as the "ring finger." This finger is believed to have a vein that leads directly to the heart, symbolizing the romantic connection between the giver and the wearer. However, cultural and personal preferences may vary and the right hand may be preferred.

To clean your engagement ring: Prepare a soft solution of soap and warm water, let the ring wait 20-30 minutes. Use a soft toothbrush to scrub the ring gently, paying attention to sensitive areas. Rinse thoroughly under warm water, pat dry with a lint-free cloth, and, if desired, polish with a jewelry cloth.