How To Pick Your Perfect Engagement Ring Stone


An engagement ring symbolizes a partner’s commitment to the eternity of their relations and their undying love. The tradition of giving an engagement ring to become married dates back to Ancient Egypt and was then widespread to the Roman empire. 


The meaning of engagement ring stones was as important back then as it still is now. An engagement ring is a clear message of love and its reciprocation. Depending on which gemstone is chosen for the engagement ring, the final message can slightly vary. 

Yellow Diamond

The yellow diamond signifies the exclamation point to every love story. It not only signifies love, but it also represents a shared friendship. Just as diamonds last forever, your love, deeply bounded relations and friendship, will last forever too. When choosing the engagement ring, many people ask, “Can real diamonds be set in sterling silver?” and the answer is if it’s 925 Sterling Silver and the craftsmanship works, then yes.

Spiritual properties of diamonds include endurance, strength, and purity. It helps to replace negative energy with love, enhance fortitude, clean mind and body. 


The diamond is the birthstone of those who were born in April. If an engagement ring is set to be presented to someone born in this month, a diamond is the perfect choice. Also, diamond engagement rings are the perfect choice among engagement rings for second marriages.



A Moonstone engagement ring is coming back again in popularity and is a top trend to be used for engagement rings. Having roots in Indian history, Moonstone shows pure love of a partner. It symbolizes a unique and solitary bond. 


You can read more about the moonstone engagement ring meaning, its benefits and interesting history facts in our previous article.  



With a deep red color, this gemstone is a symbol of passion and deep love. When presented in an engagement ring, garnet also stands for balance and strength, with a connection to wealth and prosperity.

The oldest garnet jewelry dates back to 3000 BC as it was presented in a young woman’s necklace. It has continued to be in good condition even today, showing the durability of this gemstone. Garnet properties are helpful for the Base Chakra, Heart Chakra and Solar Plexus Chakra. It also provides improvement in the area of intimate relationships. 

Garnet birthstones belong to those born in January and December. It is also the stone of those who celebrate their 2nd anniversary of marriage.



The opal gemstone is known for its shielded beauty – when it’s in darkness, it has a cloudy complexion but when placed under light, it shimmers with color. This gemstone is associated with love, loyalty, desire and passion.

Opal gemstones are appreciated for many spiritual characteristics, such as boosting love, power and desire, in addition to improving creativity and protection from illnesses and dependence. According to the Romans, opals were the most precious gemstones in the world because they contained all of the colors of the rainbow when being exposed to the light. 

Being opal is the birthstone of those born in October, it could make a great choice as an engagement ring stone for those born in that month. 



Known for attracting love and peace, peridot is also believed to help ensure a good night’s sleep. This green stone represents nature and its purity, reflecting these qualities back into your love.


Considered one of the world’s oldest gems, peridot was discovered as early as 1500 B.C. Ancient Egyptians referred to the stone as “the gem of the sun.” Today, peridot is the national gem of Egypt. Today, it is best known for its use as the birthstone of August.


Pink Tourmaline

Pink Tourmaline (or Rubellite) is believed to renew vitality, strengthen self-confidence, attract passion and enhance sensuality. This vivid pink gemstone serves as a constant reminder to always trust in the power of love and is considered the color of the Life Force. The stone is also believed to reduce stress, anxiety, fear and depression. 

In India, Rubellite was associated with fire, the sun and positive energy. Romans used Pink Tourmaline as an aid for stress reduction and troublesome sleep. 

Tourmaline is the October birthstone and is often considered the stone bet used for an 8th wedding anniversary.


Rose Quartz

This beautiful pink gemstone embodies unconditional love. For the true romantic, this stone carries all the highest and most loving energies. It can become a sweet, soft pink color from the many tiny inclusions of pink fibers, known as dumortierite, that can be embedded within the glassy stone. 


With its versatility in applications and a gentle, diffused energy, rose quartz is one of the most popular crystal healing tools. The rose quartz stone is believed to enhance love, in addition to imbuing you with the wisdom to deepen your connection with your partner. By opening and activating the heart chakra, the rose quartz stone can also help you recognize your capacity for compassion. 


Rose quartz is widely known for being the birthstone of those born mid-March to mid-November. 



Rubies are known for the representation of passion, love and commitment. The ruby is also a stone that represents the fire and blood of a strong emotions. It is believed that wearing a fine red ruby bestows good fortune on its owner. In addition to symbolizing your love as an engagement ring, it can also be a great stone to promote heart health.


Rubies are mentioned four times in the Bible, in association with attributes like beauty and wisdom. In the ancient language of Sanskrit, ruby is called ratnaraj, or “king of precious stones.” Ancient Hindus believed that those who offered fine rubies to the god Krishna were granted rebirth as emperors.


As a symbol of passion, ruby makes an ideal romantic gift and is still widely beloved today as it was hundreds of years ago. Now, rubies are often utilized as the birthstone for those born in July. 






Each stone has its own story and potential to become a symbol in your life and love. Explore our selection of engagement rings, featuring these unique gemstones. Find the perfect ring that tells the story of your love! 


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