Three Stone Rings
Characteristics of Three Stone Rings
The concept of three is powerful. Stories are told in three acts. The rule of three is present in both narrative drama and comedy, and the threefold goddess appears in many religions. Each of these shares something with three stone rings. Traditionally, the rings are characterized as two smaller stones flanking a larger center stone, to create a trilogy of beauty. Each stone is able to be shaped or cut however you feel fits best for your forever ring. Holding a deeper meaning beyond aesthetics and glamour, the trio of stones are meant to signify a beginning, a middle, and a future of possibilities with the one you have chosen for a lifetime.
Popular Three Stone Ring Collections
Christopher Designs has been making rings for four decades, blending old-world artistry with founder Christopher Slowinski’s engineering background to create the Signature Crisscut Diamond collection. With 77 facets rather than the traditional forty-eight, the Crisscut Diamond has been mathematically designed to refract light more brilliantly. Meanwhile, Norman Silverman, famous for “Let the Diamond Do the Talking,” lives up to their mantra by featuring unadorned styles that let the trio of stones in their three stone rings sit center stage. Whether with their uniquely squared Asscher cut, or more traditional emerald cut, these stones truly speak volumes from their solitaire-style setting.
Why Shop Three Stone Rings at Morgan's Jewelers?
We at Morgan’s Jewelers know how deeply personal it is to buy jewelry. Even more so when it’s a piece meant to commemorate a special day. Our expert jewelers are capable of custom jewelry design, and we also offer appraisal, repair, and financing for your cherished treasures. Located in Torrance, California, we happily service customers from Long Beach, Santa Monica, and Los Angeles. Every customer who walks in becomes our top priority, receiving the very best service in the business. Schedule a visit today, and let us show you why we’ve been a Torrance staple for more than seven decades.