Romantic comedies do have one thing in common, and yes – it is the common conclusion of the sweetest proposals made. Such movies like Notting Hill, When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle and You’ve Got Mail depict those unique proposals that will surely make you say ‘yes.’ Needless to say, epic proposals also require an epic engagement ring that will surely swept the woman off of her feet.


Anyway, much to every gem knickers’ amazement, the website The Richest announced the countdown of the Most Popular Engagement Rings for 2013!


16. Emerald Stone Cut Engagement Ring


Providing a great contrast of modern and traditional styles, the Emerald Stone Cut Engagement Ring has a classic vintage cut making it elegant, but the ring’s lines give it a modern look. Also, the ring imparts volume because emeralds usually appear bigger than other types of cut regardless of its weight.


15. Cushion Stone Cut Engagement Ring


This type of cut is classic. Just making its comeback recently, cushion cut makes a unique type of brilliance to the stone. Also, it never lets go of the vintage look it has always been known for.


14. Oval Stone Cut Engagement Ring


Relying on its right and left setting, just the solitary look on the ring enough makes it more stunning than the regular round cut.


13. Pear Stone Cut Engagement Ring


Speaking with sensuality, this different cut is a famous one. It has made its comeback recently as an antique and vintage style. Along with its feminine look, it also provides volume just like the emerald cut making it appear bigger to other stones with same carat.


12. Double Halo Setting Engagement Ring


Plainly taking off from the old trend of single halo engagement rings, jewelers “twiced” its elegance with halo settings set in two tiers. Moreover, some jewel makers use contrasting colors to make it more stunning and simply elegant in look.


11. Bezel Set Engagement Ring


Modernized style and cut. A Bezel set can show off because of its clean lines, giving the platinum metal where the jewel was set an emphasis.


10. East West Setting Engagement Ring


Those who want to stand out from the crowd, the East West Setting engagement ring is the perfect complement. Unusual and uniquely beautiful, the stone is placed horizontally along the ring, catching the eyes of admirers. Oval, emerald and marquise are the common cut use in it.


9. Bypass and Twisted Setting Engagement Ring


The ring’s swooping style emanates sensuality to its wearer making everyone make sure to take a second look. Jewel makers even add more panache using tension to hold the solitary stone, popping it out so as to appeal to its wearer.


8. Canary Yellow Shade Diamond Engagement Ring


One of the most coveted shades, the canary yellow is as fancy as it can get. Its cool glow will provide more excitement to your jewels.


7. Cognac and Champagne Shade Diamond Engagement Ring


The tint changing from beige to dark chocolate provides the ring a stunning color. It pops out in a bed of ordinary colors usually of white colored diamond rings. Even so, some jewelers use the halo setting to make the ring stand out even more.


6. Blue Sapphires Shade Engagement Ring


Sapphire shades gained its fame on the engagement of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Ranking second in the hardness scale of gems, a blue sapphire is so durable and its color makes the ring itself stand out above the rest.


5. Mixed Metals Shade Engagement Ring


Mixed metals allow the ring to reflect different colors. And yes – it’s the metal used in the ring this time. Some jewelers used white and yellow gold in stacked or twisted design to show ingenuity.


4. Stack Style Engagement Ring


Fashionable and trendy, the stacking up of small stones on either an eternity or half eternity band sets the ring on an elegant and a different style. Different shades of gold also make the ring classier apart from the rest.


3. Organic and Floral Style Engagement Ring


A tweak of the stack style, the organic and floral style of the ring containing the branch-like curves and floral carvings provides a very unique look.


2. Art Deco Style Engagement Ring


Art Deco has been a trend these days. Its strong and defined lines impart the detail of the simple yet lovely vintage look of the ring itself.


1. Conflict-Free Style Diamond Engagement Ring


Backed up by the Kimberly Process Certification Scheme, this ring imparts radiance and is set apart from other rings because it is ensured and guaranteed that the stone being use does come from blood diamond trades.

Source: The Richest