The princess-cut diamond is a popular contemporary shape for engagement rings and other diamond accessories. You'll recognize the princess-cut diamond by its tidy, square shape, which sparkles on and flatters any hand.
The princess-cut diamond is a popular contemporary shape for engagement rings and other diamond accessories. You'll recognize the princess-cut diamond by its tidy, square shape, which sparkles on and flatters any hand. This diamond is truly fit for a princess's finger, and here are 20 distinct versions of the style.
This princess-cut diamond is set on an infinity band of round diamonds.
A princess-cut solitaire diamond makes an even bolder statement when it's set on a simple, narrow platinum band.
This ornate ring features a princess-cut diamond front and center, which is flanked by emerald-cut diamond sidestones and mounted on a band of channel-set emerald-cut stones.
To give the illusion of larger diamond, this three-stone ring is set with arrangements of four princess-cut diamonds, for a total of 12 diamonds. Three-stone rings symbolize the past, present and future of a relationship.
OK, so it's not a princess-shaped diamond, but it gives the illusion of being one! That's what makes this beautiful ring worth a second look. It consists of three diamond-studded bands and a big round center stone that's set in a platinum block and held in place by thick prongs. It's hip to be square, but it's classic to be round.
This dainty design consists of a princess-cut center stone set between trillion-shaped sidestones.
Here's another example of a trompe l'oeil (trick the eye) ring: The center stone isn't one large princess-cut diamond, but rather nine small square stones. Get more ring for your money with a design like this.
There's not much to say about this classic ring -- except that it's perfectly lovely. The clarity may be a little cloudy, but that adds to the charm of this ring, along with the blocky, bold prongs.
Look at this sparkler! The square shape of the princess-cut stone is played up by the three-stone setting, which frames each stone with tiny round diamonds. Overall, this one has a vintage feel to it.
A classic gold band gives its solitaire a lift with a high-mounted setting. We like the burnished color of this gold; antique meets contemporary.
It's more of a cocktail ring than an engagement ring, but we couldn't resist showing you this unique setting. We love how the center stone is set inside a ring of round diamonds.
This ring gives off a lot of luster -- it's constructed from three bands and features plenty of pave diamonds and a princess-cut center stone.
An incredibly beautiful and rare princess-shaped canary diamond holds court on a narrow gold band.
This three-stone princess-cut ring has three graduated round diamonds along the band. We like the unexpected pop of color from the metal ring in which those graduated stones are framed.
Emphasize the grandness of the center stone with tiny sidestones. This princess-cut diamond is flanked by two small round diamonds.
This contemporary stone looks striking set on a wide band.
Play up the geometric quality of a square-shaped stone with a dramatic band, like this one.
The split shank band here is filled with round diamonds, which provides a nice contrast to the sharp, clean lines of the princess-cut center stone.
Princesses love platinum and gold, so why play favorites? This ring combines the best of both with a gold frame that emphasizes the center stone.