We’ve been seeing throwback wedding trends for the past few seasons, but none of them sweeter than the re-emergence of engagement rings with colored stones. In centuries past, a suitor chose a stone that signified his unique love for his lady whether it was Amethyst or diamond or even Peridot-in fact, only recently have diamonds become the go-to stone. While some still dream of the diamond solitaire engagement ring, others are embracing the oddly more “traditional” engagement rings with colored stones. Looking for some inspiration? Here are a few ideas from various Tiffany collections, for who knows engagement rings better than Tiffany?
1. Amethyst Ring
Amethyst is the birthstone of February and so underrated as a ring stone. Ancient cultures believed amethyst was synonymous with luxury and the purple is royal. Many believe amethyst to be purifying and protective of one's spirit from negative energy so receiving an amethyst engagement ring will bring good energy to your marriage.