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The History and Symbolism of Three Stone Engagement Rings

The History and Symbolism of Three Stone Engagement Rings

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The History and Symbolism of Three Stone Engagement Rings

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More than merely beautiful, three stone engagement rings are rich with symbolism and personal significance. The three stones traditionally represent the past, present and future of a relationship, but can also be interpreted to stand for friendship, love and fidelity or even take on religious significance. If you’re looking for a ring with deeper meaning, three stone engagement rings should be at the top of your list.

There are lots of ways to get creative and personalize your three stone engagement ring. You can choose three equally sized stones, or flank a larger center stone with two smaller stones. All three stones might be diamonds, or you could include other stones you find beautiful or meaningful like a favorite color or a birthstone. To make your ring stand out consider using a variety of shapes, like matching an emerald cut center stone with a pair of baguettes or a round cut center stone with two pear-shaped side stones.

Also known as “trinity,” “trilogy,” or “trio” rings, three stone engagement rings have become a popular choice in recent years. In addition to their beauty and versatility, they give you a little extra bling on your ring! Explore our diverse collection of romantic three stone engagement rings and you’ll surely agree that good things come in threes.


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