The Garland Ring Goes Big Time

April 11th, 2017 | Stephanie Dore


This stunning setting style, a customer favorite and editorial darling, makes the most of its diamonds, showing them off in all their glory. Since diamonds are April’s birthstone we thought now would be a great time to explore the brilliance of one of our most celebrated designs.

You might be wondering what the term “garland” means. Usually, it refers to a wreath or string of flowers—think holiday decorations or daisy chains. We’ve taken that festive look and designed a streamlined and iconic setting that features diamonds of alternating-size that creates a spectacular row of sparkle.

Sapphire and Diamond Garland Ring in 18k White Gold
Sapphire and Diamond Garland Ring in 18k White Gold
Ruby and Diamond Garland Ring in 18k White Gold
Ruby and Diamond Garland Ring in 18k White Gold
Emerald and Diamond Garland Ring in 18k White Gold
Emerald and Diamond Garland Ring in 18k White Gold

Masterfully crafted with as little metal visible as possible, this look is a whole lot of diamond without ever being over-the-top. However, this style isn’t just relegated to diamonds solely. Choose a ring that features richly hued sapphires, rubies, and emeralds to make the look your own. Or, showcase the same pattern in a classic pair of hoop earrings or a timeless diamond tennis bracelet.

Garland Hoop Diamond Earrings in 18k White Gold
Garland Hoop Diamond Earrings in 18k White Gold
Diamond Garland Tennis Bracelet in 18k White Gold
Diamond Garland Tennis Bracelet in 18k White Gold

A note of caution: This style has been crafted to show off the delicate edges of the diamonds, so to prevent damage, we recommend wearing a garland ring on its own rather than paired with another ring. Besides, it’s even better looking when it stands alone.

April 11th, 2017
Stephanie Dore
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