Emerald Engagement Rings: 17 of the Most Dazzling Designs

If the idea of donning an emerald engagement ring appeals, take a look at our edit of the most beautiful designs of the moment…


Since emeralds are as elegant as they are eye-catching, they’ve long been one of the most popular stones for engagement rings.


They also come in a huge range of styles and cuts, so whether you’re on the hunt for an emerald cut engagement ring or a pear shaped engagement ring, there will be something for you. Oh, and for the sentimental buyers among you, they’re a lovely choice for those born in May. Emerald is the birthstone of the month, after all!

In short, emerald engagement rings make for a fashionable yet classic choice, and here at Hitched HQ, we can’t get enough.

Whether your partner has a timeless style or prefers something more contemporary, this edit of the best emerald engagement rings of the moment will help you choose a beautiful design for that special someone.

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The Best Emerald Engagement Rings

It’s time to get shopping! Which of these emerald engagement rings is your favourite?

1. Yellow & White Gold Emerald Ring – Tom Foolery

We’ve long been huge fans of anything by North London’s Tom Foolery, and this beautiful 18ct emerald engagement ring is certainly no exception.

Handcrafted in yellow gold, the ring’s band has a half-round profile with a pretty and organic beaten texture. The emerald itself is set in a white gold bezel setting and has a round brilliant cut stone with vivid saturation. Don’t you just love it?

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2. ‘Darling in the Wild’ Emerald Ring – Chupi

The baby sister to Chupi’s much-loved Sparkle in the Wild ring, Darling in the Wild is set with a half-carat emerald in a claw setting.

The signature band resembles a twig (perfect for those couples dreaming of a woodland-themed wedding) and is cast in 14k gold.

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3. Yellow Gold Emerald Cut Ring – Ernest Jones

We’re huge fans of this 9ct yellow gold engagement ring by Ernest Jones. A deep green emerald is complemented by cluster diamond petals, making it elegant yet oh-so-statement.

Perhaps the best thing about this engagement ring is that you can pay for it in monthly instalments if you need to. Phew!

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4. ‘Love is All’ Emerald & Classic Diamond Ring – Chupi

Up next is another ring by Chupi, but this time their Love is All design. A beautiful, handpicked emerald is set on a dazzling solid gold band and hugged by two sparkling classic diamonds.

This gorgeous design will glitter forever on the lucky recipient’s finger.

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5. Pear Rosette Ring in Rose Gold & Emerald – Anna Sheffield

Say hello to the Pear Rosette Ring by jewellery designer Anna Sheffield. A pear-shaped emerald is set within a ring of white diamonds and set on a 14k rose gold band.

This ring can be made to order within 4-6 weeks – we’re in love!

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6. Eirenne Ring – Gee Woods

Gee Woods Jewellery was founded in early 2013 and specialises in both beautiful, bespoke pieces plus a small ready-to-wear collection.

The Eirenne is taken from her ready-to-wear collection and features a very fine quality emerald surrounded by a halo of brilliant cut diamonds. Elegant brides will adore this ring.

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7. Bea East/West Solitaire Ring – Anna Sheffield

We’re head over heels in love with Anna Sheffield’s Bea engagement ring which features an East/West emerald centre and a 14k rose gold knife-edge band.

If this is the ring you choose, remember that gemstones are natural materials and your emerald may slightly differ from the one in the photograph.

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8. Round Brilliant Emerald Oval Cluster Ring – Naava

Crafted from 9ct white gold and polished for radiant shine, this beautifully crafted emerald engagement ring would be loved endlessly by the traditional bride-to-be in your life.

We love that you can purchase a beautiful real emerald engagement ring on Amazon from just £300, and this piece would look stunning accompanied by a whole range of wedding ring styles when the big day rolls around.

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9. Pear Shaped Emerald Engagement Ring with Diamond Halo – Angara

How gorgeous is this pear-shaped engagement ring?

It would look amazing paired with a diamond wedding band and is available in platinum, white gold and yellow gold. Which will you choose?

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10. Linderoth Ring – Glamira

For a pretty and simple emerald engagement ring, the white gold and emerald Linderoth ring would be a beautiful choice.

It is a classic solitaire ring, and priced at £227, would make the perfect choice if you’re watching your budget.

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11. Yellow Gold & Emerald Engagement Ring – Goldsmiths

This dazzling yellow gold and emerald engagement ring will be adored by everyone the recipient has the pleasure of showing it off to – and it’s currently on sale for just £215! (Its normal price is £430, so act quickly).

It is designed in a halo style, where sparkling diamonds circle a vibrant emerald, and if that wasn’t enough, this ring is made from 9ct gold. You get plenty of bling for your buck!

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12. Sifnas Ring – Glamira

Why have just one emerald when you can have all of these? Brides who would yawn at the idea of a traditional stone on a simple band might love this glitzy and glamorous emerald and diamond ring.

The best part? It can be totally customised to suit your personal taste – change the accent stone, the centre stones and the colour of the metal!

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13. Raw Stone Stacking Ring – Frilly by Lily

At just £162, this emerald stacking ring by Frilly by Lily is an absolute bargain. We also love how simple it is! Why not use it as a placeholder engagement ring if you’d prefer to choose a ring with your partner after the proposal?

What’s more, it can be used as a stacking ring – a bridal jewellery trend we’re totally obsessed with at the moment.

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14. Monolith Emerald Ring – Tom Foolery

Be bold with your choice of emerald engagement ring by opting for Tom Foolery’s statement Monolith design.

Modern brides will adore wearing this unique piece which features a dazzling Fairtrade emerald. The stone is set at an angle atop a thick gold band, proving even the subtlest of details can make an almighty impact.

If stacking rings are totally your thing, this piece would look stunning with others in the collection.

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15. Yellow Gold Diamond & Created Emerald Ring – Ernest Jones

On the hunt for something a little more alternative? Steer away from the traditional halo and cluster rings, and choose this beautiful twisted design instead.

This Ernest Jones ring features a vibrant square emerald and diamond set shoulders. The emerald is a created emerald, which means the stone is laboratory-grown to reduce its price. But don’t fear! The gem is just as beautiful.

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16. White Gold Diamond & Emerald Fancy Ring – Ernest Jones

The name says it all: this emerald engagement ring is fancy and then some. At just £599, it won’t break the bank, but looks endlessly more expensive.

A precious round emerald centrepiece adds a chic splash of colour to this vintage-inspired design. The cushion-shaped frame boasts dazzling diamond and antique milgrain decoration which carries onto the shoulders with cute heart-shaped details. This ring will sparkle in the light.

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17. Andromeda Emerald Gold Ring – Alison Moore

If you keep returning to the idea of a simple engagement ring, choose this beautifully delicate design by Alison Moore. It is understated and sweet, perfect for the bride who isn’t a fan of glitz and too much sparkle.

Not only would this ring look lovely stacked with your promise and wedding rings, but it has a 1.5mm solid gold band and a faceted emerald which is fully hallmarked.

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Are Emeralds Good for Engagement Rings?

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Yes! Emeralds make beautiful stones for engagement rings. Their deep green hue makes any ring instantly stand out, and just like their more expensive friend (the diamond), they come in endless settings, cuts and styles. Whether you’re dreaming of an oval engagement ring or pear engagement ring set in yellow gold, rose gold or platinum, you’re sure to find something which fits the bill.

There is one thing you need to remember, though: not all jewellers will be keen to create bespoke emerald engagement rings because the gem is softer than most other stones. They’re fragile to cut, so if you encounter any problems, consider a tourmaline to ensure you still get your green colour fix.

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Are Emeralds Cheaper Than Diamonds?

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It really depends on the colour, cut, clarity and carat, but on average, diamonds are more rare and valuable than emeralds. It’s likely that you’ll get more for your money by choosing an emerald engagement ring!

READ MORE: The Best Budget-Friendly Engagement Rings

What do Emeralds Signify?

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Unlike ruby red which is a statement of passionate love, green often connotes growth, reflection, peace and balance. It also represents healing and calm, which are lovely symbols for your engagement ring.

If your relationship has bought you inner-peace and contentment, it’s a lovely idea to choose an emerald engagement ring by way of representing that.

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Now that you’ve chosen your engagement ring, be sure to check out our guide to choosing your wedding rings.