Anna Sheffield’s New Eleonore Ring Collection Features A Classic Halo Style With An Unexpected Pairing
The holiday season (aka engagement season) will have your Instagram flooded with shots of happy couples and glistening rings. If you're currently (low-key) perusing for your own impending engagement or filing inspirational shots away for a later date, you'll want to scope out Anna Sheffield’s new Eleonore Collection stat for some stunning rings to start adding to your wishlist.
Known for its elegant fine jewelry, Anna Sheffield's new collection features ceremonial rings and stacking bands that add a unique twist to timeless silhouettes. The Eleonore Suite No. 09, for $11,050, is the perfect example of this. The duo marries the classic halo style of the Eleonore Ring with the pear-shaped Celestine Band. The two fit together seamlessly, with both set in 14k yellow gold with white diamonds. The ring's center stone is enhanced by the cascading diamonds along the band that are designed to extend across the top of the finger.
If you like the suite pairing but are seeking a different shade of gold, the Eleonore Suite No. 03 for $13,225 may be the one for you. The emerald-cut diamond is a showstopper, especially when surrounded by a halo of white diamonds. Set in white 14k gold, this style really shimmers when combined with the Celestine Curve Band.
The suite pairings are not limited to just halo styles, though. Other rings within the collection, including the Eleonore Suite No. 04, do not feature a halo, but will provide enough sparkle nonetheless. Ringing in at $8,265, this ring is ideal for a bride with a more minimal aesthetic who still wants that diamond stunner. The oval-cut stone is set on-top of a band covered in delicate diamond pavé. The Eleonore Pavé Scallop Band perfectly complements the ring style to create a refined, special piece.
The collection also includes styles for non-traditional brides. The Eleonore Suite No. 07, which is $10,295, has a black diamond at the center, while the Eleonore Suite No. 05 showcases a gray diamond. The later of the two suites brings together a trio of rings for a statement-making set that really amplifies the salt-and-pepper colored stone.
For those currently looking for a single ring, the new collection has plenty of solo styles that are definitely worth your attention. The Eleonore Tria Ring for $32,000 is a real knockout, and is a hard-to-miss style with an emerald-cut diamond that shines from its 14k yellow gold stage. Flanking the stunning stone are three rows of micro-pavé white diamonds that run along the top and sides of the round band.
Continue on to shop these ceremonial suites and more new styles from this collection on Annasheffield.com.
This yellow gold and white diamond ring takes a traditional style and makes it showstopper.