5 Ways to Rock the Two-Stone Trend

Set off the two-stone style with these gemstone pairings

You’ve seen them on the runway, you’ve heard about their popularity, and now they’ve made a splash in our industry. The two-stone trend has become a customer favorite. We see double everywhere, even in the wedding scene. Aside from trendy engagement rings, two-stone rings hold great appeal as anniversary gifts and right-hand rings.

You may be wondering to yourself, “Can my customer even afford two stones in one ring?” If this fast-moving trend causes concern, fear not! We’ve consulted our Gemstone Product Manager Mandy Leblanc, who reassured us the great thing about the two-stone styles we’ve developed here at Stuller is that they are all flexible designs, allowing easy adjustment to stone size, type, and quality.

 

Iris Flower Inspiration

For example, take a look at this Iris flower-inspired look. The richness of purple Amethyst contrasts beautifully with the sunny Citrine, while the yellow gold adds a regal richness. These stones are also at a great price point. Who says elegance has to break the bank?

Melon Melding

Whether you’re in the mood for a floral motif or a juicy watermelon, these two colors fit the bill. We set the Pink Tourmaline and Peridot stones in white gold to make the bold colors pop. This unique style and color combination will definitely start a color-pairing conversation in your store.

 

A Rose-Colored Caramel Combo

Now, if you want something a little softer, try pairing Baby Pink Topaz and Smoky Quartz in a rose gold setting. Together, these two stones cast a warm glow of femininity to draw in the romantics.

Fire & Ice

Want a bolder look? Try Blue Sapphire and Ruby, the epitome of royalty and power. These two timeless classics will never go out of style and make perfect heirlooms. Setting them in white gold helps to offset their boldness. And if you’re not too sure of this look, try adding a personal touch, like a birthstone.

The Sunny Summer Setting

Pair Aquamarine with Yellow Sapphire in 14 karat yellow gold to create a ring with bright and sunny contrast. The golden Sapphire and pale Aquamarine will brighten up your day — and wardrobe.

 

The greatest thing about our two-stone rings is that they’re all flexible 3C designs letting you choose, change, and create the exact look your customer wants. Shop the 3C two-stone trend and check out our Pinterest page for more designs.


Has the two-stone trend taken your store by storm? Let us know what your customers are asking for in the comments section below!

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on October 14, 2015 and has since been completely revamped for accuracy. 

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