Winter is the time of year filled with ice skating, snow, and engagements. Aside from the Spring, Winter sees the most engagements specifically near the end of February. When selecting a ring for your bride to be, consider selecting one of the twelve we have selected below, they have specifically been selected for any of our future winter brides.
This ring was made by Winter Fine Jewlery for Etsy.com. The ring features 14k gold, 18k gold, and Conflict Free Diamonds. Conflict free diamonds are diamonds that are fair trade and ensure that the people obtaining the diamonds are working in safe, legal working conditions.
This ring features 14k white gold and a pear shaped diamond. What struck us about this $3k diamond ring was how the ban reminded us of a brisk winter breeze.
Deco inspired, this ring is perfect for any woman who loves vintage style rings. It features 1 ctw of blue sapphires and 3/8 ctw of diamonds. The ring is available in platinum and gold and ranges from $6-8k.
This ring looks just like a snowflake which is why we think it is perfect for a winter bride to be. The ring features 2ct of diamonds and 14k of white gold. The ring costs $3.4k and can be picked up Goff Jewelers located on Richmond Avenue.
At five thousand dollars this ring is decedent. It reminds me of a blizzard as the diamonds swirl around the sapphire you can almost envision Elsa building her snow kingdom. If your bride to be marvels at unique cocktail rings, this is the ring for her.
Made from Gemvara, this ring is modeled after Disney’s Frozen. Featuring London blue topaz, the January birth stone amethyst, emerald, and 14k rose gold. If Ana is your girl’s favorite character from the movie, this ring is perfect for her.
This ring is featured from our local Kay Jeweler’s located at the Staten Island Mall. This ring looks like a snow globe come to life and will capture all of your winter memories with your sweetheart.
The princess cut stone is an engagement ring staple made popular by Ygal Perlman, Betzalel Ambar, and Israel Itzkowitz in Israel in the late 1970s. This Casale ring features .5 ct of diamonds and 14k white gold.
This diamond looks like the first snow fall of the winter, delicate, fragile, and lovely. Designed by Catherine Ryder from Ascot Diamonds, this solitaire diamond is timeless. So if you have a bride who always follows the trends, rest assured that this ring will never go out of style.
Hate the cold? This mystic fire topaz ring will keep you warm all winter long. This ring also has a 10K gold ban and white sapphires all around the topaz stone. Perfect for any girl who likes to play with color.
Rose gold has been in for the past year and a half, and 2016 is no exception. This simple ring from B and A Jewelers located on Staten Island, is made with rose gold and etched white gold. Can you say stunning?
This ring represents your devotion and companionship with your partner. Featuring pink and yellow diamonds and white gold, this ring reminds me of going on a Star Bucks run with my boyfriend on a cold January morning.
We hope these rings have helped make the daunting task of selecting one for your bride to be much easier. And if you are looking for a venue to cater your upcoming wedding, call 718.920.0900, we would love to help your special day a reality.