When it comes to diamonds, the more, the merrier, right? In the world of engagement rings, designers seem to think so, as versions made with two stones are quickly gaining popularity. Modern and unique, two-stone engagement rings are a gorgeous alternative to traditional styles—you can play with proportion and team different-sized stones together or revive classic cuts with a distinctive setting. There’s also the option of an open band to give the illusion your two stones are floating around your finger—too cool. Ahead, get inspired with our edit of two-stone engagement rings for every style.
Featuring two ethically sourced Trillion-cut stones, white sapphires are an affordable alternative to diamonds.
A pair of pears is gorgeous on a pavé eternity band. Available in rose gold, white and yellow gold.
A modern and minimal take on a classic pear cut, this duet style is eye-catching.
Two round diamonds appear fresh in this stacked setting. Available in rose gold, white and yellow gold.
If you’re for one-of-a-kind, this design features an Old-European-cut diamond with a tiny brilliant cut below for a simple, architectural statement.
Go for the glitz with emerald and pear-cut diamonds set on an open pavé band in 18-karat white gold.
Into a vintage-inspired ring? This rose-cut style is spectacular.
Two trapezoidal white diamonds form a hexagon shape for a freshly geometric effect.
Two of Kwiat's patented ASHOKA-cut diamonds look as if they wrap around your finger just so.
Who wouldn’t want two stunning pear-shaped diamonds floating on their ring finger?