21 Rose Gold Solitaire Engagement Rings for Every Style
Need some inspiration for finding the perfect rose gold solitaire engagement ring? We've got you covered with a photo round-up of beautiful rings to fit every taste and budget.
Some of the rings shown here are part of our well-known Honey line, while others are part of our Ready-to-Wear line. However, our specialty is creating custom, one-off designs for all budgets and styles, so absolutely send us an inquiry or schedule a virtual consultation if something catches your eye and you don't see it currently on our site.
Whether your preferred aesthetic is classic or modern, trendy or timeless, there's definitely something here for everyone.
#1 Classic Round Solitaire
It's obligatory to say it: Nothing can stand the test of time quite like a classic round solitaire engagement ring. This is an example of our Lolo ring style with a round cut diamond. Not only does this look fit every wearer, it’s the perfect heirloom piece that never goes out of style. Rose gold is a lovely alternative to the traditional white or yellow gold and the simple design is easily paired with any kind of wedding band.
#2 Radiant Bezel Cathedral
Our Winnie style happens to be one of our most popular bands, if you can’t already tell. The stunning simplicity of this setting allows many different cut diamonds to shine, but it’s especially gorgeous when featuring a radiant cut white diamond. Bezel settings are great for the active wearer or those who want to stray from the usual prong style settings.
#3 Gray Rose with Claw Prong
Smoky gray diamonds are a beautiful alternative to the usual white diamonds and suit a bride who prefers a modern twist on the classics. This rose cut helps the diamond appear larger and the claw prongs add an edgy look to this great piece. A simple band completes the look for something truly unique.
#4 White Oval with Twisted Band
Our Juliette setting is a delicate style that adds a bit of whimsy to a classic solitaire. The white oval diamond radiates light from every angle and is secured to a beautiful rope style band. Anyone looking to create a custom look while maintaining a traditional design should consider this style.
#5 Canary Pear with Knife-edge Band
Canary yellow diamonds are a bold statement piece on their own, but setting it in a rose gold knife-edge band and giving it a pear shape cut really elevates this style. The yellow diamonds are also a very unique choice to pair with rose gold, creating a minimalistic and non-traditional look. You can customize the Lolo style with any shape diamond.
#6 White Oval with Double Pave Band
The double band setting is often overlooked, but it’s extremely useful. Many couples don’t realize that this style allows for a wedding band to slide into the empty space, creating a perfectly symmetrical wedding set. The white oval diamond really shines in this setting, but any shape stone would work beautifully in a piece like this. This is the type of ring you can often find in our "Ready to Wear" Collection.
#7 Gray Round with Baguettes
This artistic ring suits a variety of tastes that prefer to venture from the traditional look. The brushed rose gold is a unique style all it’s own, while the alternating baguettes in the band provide the sparkle. A gray round really stands out in this particular setting and makes a great conversation piece.
If you love Salt-and-Pepper Diamonds, we actually have a carefully curated selection of stones for you to choose from.
#8 Classic Cushion Solitaire
Our Abby style is the perfect setting for accommodating a variety of different stone shapes. The white cushion cut diamond really stands out against the rose gold and is slightly lifted above the setting to give it a little extra room to shine.
#9 East/West Oval with Pave Band
Our Olive setting features a tapered pave band with double prongs to secure your choice of stone. The white oval is a classic choice, but placing it in an east/west fashion puts a nice spin on this traditional look. The setting is also designed to raise the diamond with a short cathedral which showcases your center stone.
This ring is also a favorite in our round-up of our 30 Most Creative Ring Styles.
#10 Round with Eye Pave Band
An eye pave band is a great choice for those looking for an alternative to the standard pave band. The rose gold highlights the pave diamonds while giving the band a lovely design and the classic white round creates a more traditional ring. Many different stone shapes and colors would also pop on a band this decorative.
#11 Oval with Cathedral Pave Band
Our brilliant Samantha setting is a signature Honey engagement style that serves those looking for a radiantly sparkly ring. The white oval diamond really pops in this rose gold setting and the expertly selected pave stones give it life. A ring with this much shine is a stunner all its own, but could be easily paired with a matching pave band or simple wedding band.
#12 Asscher with Pave Band
This beautiful asscher cut white diamond is a unique cut that you won’t often see in engagement rings. It’s a great option for brides looking beyond the traditional rounds and princess cuts and reflects light in an interesting way. Our Sarah setting in rose gold gives that extra touch of sparkle.
#13 Spinel Cushion with Bead Bezel Band
A spinel gem as the center stone provides an interesting take on a classic solitaire, paired with a gorgeous milgrainbead bezel band. This detailed design of a bead bezel is especially whimsical when compared with similar styles, like a pave band or accent baguettes.
#14 Round with Tapered Baguettes
A classic round solitaire engagement ring can be upgraded with the addition of small stones in the band. Most brides opt for pave diamonds or small round gems, but little tapered baguettes add a unique definition and shine to a white center stone like this. Our Mackenize setting can accommodate most diamond cuts in addition to the round seen here.
#15 Gray Rose with Gray Pave Band
Gray diamonds are a perfect candidate for a rose cut as this shape provides extra shine to the top of the stone. If your partner is in love with the increasingly popular salt & pepper or gray diamonds, this cut can help the stone sparkle at every angle. Claw prongs and extra gray pave diamonds in the band create an even more unique look.
#16 Oval in Cathedral Setting
The beautiful simplicity of a white oval solitaire is almost unmatched. When you have a breathtakingly clear stone such as this, one of the best things you can do is to let it shine on it’s own. A little extra detail with the claw prongs and the cathedral setting help to give this solitaire a more custom look.
#17 Gray Rose with Double Band
No wedding band is required with a style like this. The double band is a unique feature that is not often seen in most engagement rings and removes the need for a traditional wedding set. A round rose cut gray diamond in a six-prong brushed rose gold setting is a great statement piece for anyone who wants a look all their own.
#18 Fancy Gray Oval with Pave Band
Our Blake setting is truly stunning for a solitaire engagement ring. It features all of the greatest accents a ring could have - a graduated cathedral style with pave diamonds in the band and a side halo for added shine under the center stone. A fancy gray rose cut oval is a great way to take this setting to the next level.
#19 Gray Oval Bezel
This ring was expertly designed with the minimalist in mind. A classic oval solitaire might’ve done the trick, but when you place a lovely gray oval in a bezel setting, the look becomes instantly modern, approachable and different.
PS- If "simple" is your preferred aesthetic, we also have a big list of our favorite minimalist rings.
#20 East/West Marquis
Marquis diamonds are not often thought of when creating a custom engagement ring. For those seeking a rare style and cut, they provide a look most unique. The east/west setting of this champagne diamond is a more understated look compared to the typical north/south setting, but no less radiant.
#21 Salt & Pepper Oval Bezel
This is another great example of our popular Winnie engagement ring setting, featuring an oval cut salt & pepper diamond. The brushed rose gold paired with this gorgeously flecked salt & pepper diamond are a great twist on a classic solitaire, while the short cathedral and bezel setting help the stone stand out.