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Rise to the occasion with a bold yet classic engagement ring style. Angelic Diamond's exclusive collection of timeless solitaire engagement rings is sophisticated and luxurious. This style of ring is versatile and easy to pair with other jewellery types.
Browse Angelic Diamonds’ collection of diamond solitaire rings today, and order the perfect engagement ring for your future spouse. With so many options to choose from, you can be sure to find a ring that gives your partner a perfect token of your love and appreciation.
You can also view the full collection of solitaire engagement rings by diamond cut or metal – or browse different styles including tension set engagement rings. We offer a 30-day money back guarantee and free delivery.
Solitaire engagement rings feature one single and central diamond. There are no accents or smaller diamonds around it – the single diamond is emphasised which makes this ring so iconic and eye-catching. You can choose from 18k yellow gold solitaire rings, white gold, and rose gold solitaire options for your upcoming engagement.
Solitaire diamond rings are undoubtedly popular and classic options for engagement rings. That being said, the solitaire style can be bought, gifted, and worn at any time. It is an extremely versatile and timeless piece that is suitable for all occasions. So if you’re engaged or not, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be wearing one.
Many different factors can influence if a diamond is a good investment or not, for example, how brilliant the cut is, how many inclusions there are, and the shape of the diamond.
No two stones are the same and diamonds are valued individually on their characteristics – so the value can vary. A solitaire diamond can be a good investment however the values of diamonds, like all things, can fluctuate. A solitaire diamond can be a good investment long term as this style stands the test of time and is popular regardless of changing trends.
A solitaire diamond worth 1 carat can be more expensive than multiple smaller diamonds worth 1 carat.
The number of carats is a key factor in how much a diamond is worth, so bigger single diamonds are more expensive than multiple smaller ones.
Discover more about diamond shape, carat, clarity, cut, and colour with our diamond education guide.