Pear shaped rings were once a trend that weaved in and out of style but it's popularity in the past few years has cemented it into a classic. Their graceful curvature coupled with its distinctive marquise style make them timeless and exquisite. If you're considering this shape, take a look at these 5 distinct styles for inspiration.
Pear shaped diamonds work well alone in a solitaire setting because it's unique shape draws instant attention. Warmer tones can help complement the gem's femininity and grace. Ring by Trumpet and Horn.
Pave halo's are a classic when you want more sparkle and to create the look of a larger centre stone. Ring by Ascot Jewelers.
Trying to let your centre stone shine sans halo but still want a little bit more sparkle? Pair three diamonds on each shoulder just like this Victor Barbone piece.
You don't need to stick to diamonds to bring out the beauty of a pear shape. We love this morganite option by Tipsy Weddings.