If you’re looking to turn heads with your engagement ring choice, then look no further than the enchanting black diamonds!

Perhaps due to their undoubtedly enchanting appearance or their unconventional status within the marital industry, these elegant stones have a mesmerizing effect that draws the eye of observers.

In spite of their unique look, black diamonds have climbed up the style ladder, with the glittering opaque gem gracing the hands of some of the most fashion-forward celebrities!

Black diamond engagement rings are an ideal fit for the edgier couples wishing to stand out from the crowd and unapologetically flaunt their uniqueness. They are classy and sassy, yet graceful and sophisticated in their own right.

Should you chose to opt for this stunning gem, you’ll be glad to know that black diamonds can adorn engagement rings in a wide variety of styles depending on yours and your significant other’s personal taste.

A subtle contrast

This classic white gold diamond engagement ring features a prong set round diamond center. The split shank is adorned with shared prong set diamonds and the shoulders curve up to cradle the center. A black diamond bridge graces the center.

Opulence with a dark epicenter

This unique, black and white diamond halo engagement ring features a prong set round black diamond center, with a diamond halo encircling it. The split shank that rises to the center halo is adorned with black and white shared prong diamonds for added drama.

A gentle accent

An exquisite black and white diamond engagement ring, featuring a white gold shank with a prong set round diamond center. The cathedral shoulders are adorned with white marquise cut diamonds artfully arranged, while small round, shared prong set, black diamonds accent the shoulders for an elegant touch of glam.

A delicate frame

This unique white gold black and white diamond halo engagement ring features a prong set round diamond center encircled with black diamonds and accented with white marquise cut diamonds for a stunning alternative to a traditional halo ring. A slightly squared shank helps to keep the ring from turning on the finger.