Floral engagement rings: petal perfect diamond rings to match the springtime mood

If you're looking for a ring that captures the promise of early spring, we have gathered together a beautiful bouquet of unique floral engagement rings.

The iconic Monogram design is instantly recognisable in this beautiful Louis Vuitton ring from the new Monogram Fusion collection, set with the Maison's patented flower cut diamond in the centre.

By Åse Anderson

If you're looking to find an engagement ring that captures the promise of early spring, we have gathered together a beautiful bouquet of unique engagement rings with sparkling floral motifs that will never wilt.

As the spring buds start to burst into bloom, what could be more perfect than an intricately formed, diamond-studded petal.

These alternative engagement rings will suit brides-to-be who want something unique that still retains a classic feel. Floral motifs are also a great way of subtly incorporating more than one diamond into your engagement ring without the design looking out of proportion.

For a floral extravaganza of the most luxurious kind, the House of Dior comes up trumps with its unique engagement rings featuring realistically shaped diamond roses attached to stalks that form a band around your finger. The rose was Christian Dior's favourite flower and this ring - together with all the jewels in the Rose Dior Bagatelle collection - was inspired by the stunning rose garden in the Parc de Bagatelle in Paris. The precious stones have been set using a technique known as 'two-bead' setting, where the stones are placed so tightly together that the gold between them is almost completely concealed. For something more understated, the Adonis Rose engagement ring from De Beers subtly incorporates elements of this elegant bloom.

From the appropriately named Petal collection by Kwiat is a unique engagement ring that would make a great alternative to a classic cluster ring, with a round diamond surrounded by bezel and prong-set "petals", while the feminine Passionflower engagement ring from Boodles is a fairytale creation, combining central round brilliant-cut diamonds with a further 1.00ct of smaller diamonds.

Chanel gives the floral engagement ring a stylish twist, with pavé diamonds looping their way around the Maison's iconic camelia motif - Mademoiselle Chanel's favourite flower - while the pretty Louis Vuitton ring from the new Monogram Fusion collection recreates the floral element of its famous monogram pattern using the maison's patented flower diamond cut. 

Read about the new Monogram Fusion collection of Louis Vuitton jewellery

New York jeweller Harry Winston also has a famous floral design that has been in the house's archives since the 1950s: the Sunflower. The fiery sparkle of brilliant-cut diamonds captures this staple of summer in full bloom on a range of Sunflower engagement rings, forming a majestic floral pattern that would be perfect for a warm-weather wedding.

Editor's Pick

The Jewellery Editor is for sale

Help us make the future bright

Since founding The Jewellery Editor in 2010, we have grown our digital magazine to be the number one global source of information and inspiration for fine jewellery and luxury watches.

3,500 articles, 150 videos and a reach of over 2 million per month on social media later, we have offered unparalleled and highly respected coverage of our sector. However, despite our editorial success, we are financially struggling as an independent publisher.

Entirely funded, owned and run by Christine and Maria in London, we are now looking to sell The Jewellery Editor so that it can continue to grow in the hands of a different owner. As e-commerce becomes a priority in our industry, we believe there is huge potential for engaging editorial content and are seeking a buyer who shares our values and passion so that under their guidance we can give a bright future to the platform.

We can’t commit to financing the website for much longer so if we don’t manage to initiate any meaningful conversations in the next few weeks, the website will be frozen on 1st April 2018. If and when we find a suitable partner we will revive it and take it to the next stage.

If you are interested to discuss the above, please contact [email protected]

Alternatively, if you are willing to help, you can donate so that in the meantime, we can continue to publish more interesting content.

Terms and conditions

READ MORE

RECOMMENDED

MOST POPULAR

We use our own and third party cookies to improve your experience and our services. If you continue, we consider that you accept their use. You can get more information on your website at cookies policy.