Feb 13, 2017 3:05:00 PM

Tacori Three Stone Engagement Ring Styles We Love

Posted by Icing On The Ring tag icon Tacori

There’s something about three stone rings that make them instant showstoppers. Not only are they beautiful with their prominent sparkle, they are also symbolic. The three stones of a three stone ring represent the past, present, and future- a lovely allusion to a lasting marriage that is as meaningful for an engagement as it is an anniversary.

Tacori’s three stone rings come in very different shapes and styles, but what we love about them is the timeless elegance of the rings.

One reason customers choose Tacori, is because they are able to choose certain customizations for their Tacori rings. For instance, rather than having round secondary diamonds, you could choose to have baguettes. We work directly with Tacori to make the adjustments that will make your ring yours, even these gorgeous three stones.


Tacori Dantela

Dantela is a popular favorite of all the Tacori collections. With round pave set diamonds surrounding the center diamond and along a side diamonds and the signature Tacori details, the three-stone Dantela is absolutely stunning in its brilliance and sparkle.


Dantela with Sapphire Side Stones

For those who like the Tacori style, but want a little bit of color with their diamonds, there is the Dantela with geometric Cadillac cut sapphires. The combination fuses classic glamour with modern sophistication for a timeless look that is anything but one note.

If you’ve ever considered a ring with sapphires, this is the one to look at first.


Oval Royal T in Gold with pear side stones

There are very few rings out there that can compare to Tacori’s Royal T collection. While the entire collection is designed for a center stone that is 2 carats or more, adding two more stones to one of these rings creates an epic statement piece.

Though Tacori recommends platinum for their Royal T engagement rings, they also offer them in 18K yellow gold and 18K rose gold.

Featuring a gorgeous oval center stone, the brilliant cut diamond is emphasized by two teardrop (or pear shaped) diamonds. Unlike the Dantela, the center stone of this ring is held by 4 prongs with pave set diamonds along the basket rather than a crown of diamonds surrounding the center, with the signature Tacori crescent in profile beneath the pears.

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Round Royal T in platinum with pear side stones

This is the more traditional of the three-stone Royal T rings. The round center stone is elegant and classic, while the pear side stones give it an edge that is sophisticated and striking. Paired with a pave set eternity band, this ring is a true sparkler.

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Our selection of Tacori engagement rings is one of the largest in Southern California. Interested in a three-stone Tacori? Make an appointment with one of our knowledgeable sales representatives today!

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