Engagement Ring Designers
About the Engagement Ring Designers at Miro JewelersAn engagement ring is a promise of a lifetime. With one ring, you’re promising the rest of your life to someone who you love unconditionally. And such a monumental moment deserves to be celebrated with ring just as beautiful and precious as your love. Choosing an engagement ring designer is one of most important steps in proposing to your spouse-to-be. And you're sure to want an engagement ring that matches the style and character of the person you will be spending the rest of your long days with.
Popular Engagement Ring Designer Collections at Miro JewelersIf you’re in search of an engagement ring with a little European flair, then you must explore the engagement ring designer Kirk Kara. Each engagement in the Charlotte collection feature Kirk Kira's signature filigree designs as well as peek-a-boo diamonds along the side of the ring. If your new bride loves a touch of color, then the Dahlia collection is the perfect fit for them. With touches of sapphires, Kirk Kira's signature design feature, each engagement ring in this collection sparkles and gleams with elegance.
If you're proposing to a woman who is a bit on the unconventional side but nevertheless also loves a sparkling diamond, then you will love the engagement ring designer Lashbrook. Known for designing beautiful, bold rings, Lashbrook offers a range of rings with unique materials, such as carbon fiber, damascus steel, hardwood, and antler. Their Camo collection features engagement rings with bands with camouflage insets that invoke will invoke your bride-to-be's love of the great outdoors.
When just any ring won't do, you must turn to the engagement ring designer Verragio. With endless customization options, you'll be sure to find a ring that is an unique as your future fiancée. The Renaissance collection features rings in white gold, yellow gold, and rose gold. The classic, timeless engagement rings of the Insignia collection use the Lumino setting, which suspends the diamond just perfectly so it catches all of the light.