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Collection: Emerald Engagement Rings

The step-cut faceting of the emerald shape creates a sleek mirror-like sparkle that gives off an antique-inspired Art Deco vibe. Shop our emerald engagement ring styles, here.

・TALIA・Emerald Cut Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (3.35ctw+)
・TALIA・Emerald Cut Lab-Grown Diamond Center (VS1/F), Diamond Halo (2.35ctw+)
・TALIA・Emerald Cut Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (2.33ctw+)
・TALIA・Emerald Cut Iconic™ Grey Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (3.35ctw+)
・TALIA・Emerald Cut Iconic™ Grey Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (2.33ctw+)
・TALIA・Emerald Cut Aqua-Teal Iconic™ Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (2.33ctw+)
・TALIA・Emerald Cut Blue Sapphire Center, Diamond Halo (2.68ctw+)
・ADELINE・Emerald Cut Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (4.15ctw+)
・ADELINE・Emerald Cut Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (2.98ctw+)
・ADELINE・Emerald Cut Lab-Grown Diamond Center (VS1/F), Diamond Halo (2.18ctw+)
・ADELINE・Emerald Cut Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (2.16ctw+)
・ADELINE・Emerald Cut Iconic™ Grey Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (2.98ctw+)
・ADELINE・Emerald Cut Iconic™ Grey Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (2.16ctw+)
・ADELINE・Emerald Cut Aqua-Teal Iconic™ Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (2.16ctw+)
・ADELINE・Emerald Cut Blue Sapphire Center, Diamond Halo (3.68ctw+)
・ADELINE・Emerald Cut Blue Sapphire Center, Diamond Halo (2.51ctw+)
・ADELINE・Emerald Cut Lab-Grown Diamond Center (VS1/E), Diamond Halo (1.37ctw+)
・ADELINE・Emerald Cut Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (1.33ctw+)
・ESTELLA・Emerald Peach Sapphire Center, Diamond Halo (2.65ctw)
・ESTELLA・Emerald Cut Moissanite Center, Diamond Halo (2.30ct)
・AVERY・Emerald Cut Moissanite Center, Trillion Diamonds (2.17ctw)
・AVERY・Emerald Cut Iconic™ Grey Moissanite Center, Trillion Diamonds (2.17ctw)

About Kristin Coffin

Inspired by eras gone by and elements from the natural world, Kristin Coffin creates one-of-a-kind jewelry, made to last a lifetime and beyond. After studying metalsmithing at the University of Vermont, Kristin began selling her first designs in 2007 — growing quickly from a one-woman show in a tiny apartment studio to a team of talented artisans, creating the next generation of heirlooms for couples doing things differently.



We believe some traditions are worth keeping, like working with highly skilled and experienced artisans and metalsmiths to bring our designs to life.

1 We believe some traditions are worth keeping, like working with highly skilled and experienced artisans and metalsmiths to bring our designs to life.

Through each ring we create, we hope to put a modern spin on one of our most meaningful traditions.

2 Through each ring we create, we hope to put a modern spin on one of our most meaningful traditions.

By focusing on alternative stone options, unexpected designs, and ethical sourcing, we create rings that resonate with a new generation of love stories.

3 By focusing on alternative stone options, unexpected designs, and ethical sourcing, we create rings that resonate with a new generation of love stories.

Inspired by eras gone by and elements from the natural world, Kristin Coffin creates one-of-a-kind jewelry, made to last a lifetime and beyond. After studying metalsmithing at the University of Vermont, Kristin began selling her first designs in 2007 — growing quickly from a one-woman show in a tiny apartment studio to a team of talented artisans, creating the next generation of heirlooms for couples doing things differently.



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All About Emerald Cut Engagement Rings

Emerald cut engagement rings are incredibly distinct, elegant, and eye-catching. Instead of the brilliant or radiating look of other faceting patterns, the emerald cut is a step-style, with long, linear, mirror-like facets. And while this means that they don't sparkle as much as brilliant cuts, such as a round cut, they have their own unique qualities, including a ‘hall of mirrors’ effect that beautifully plays with light and the diamonds' facets.

The emerald cut is one of the oldest diamond cuts, dating back as far as the 1500s. As its name suggests, this cut was originally created for emerald gemstones. However, it was not until the 1920’s, during the Art Deco era, that the cut saw its rise in popularity, particularly for diamonds. Today, it graces the fingers of some of the most well-known celebrities, including Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce, Paris Hilton, Eva Longoria, and many Kristin Coffin brides.


Is Emerald Cut a Fancy Cut?

Yes! Any diamond or gemstone shape other than round is considered “fancy.” Other fancy cuts include pear-shaped diamondsradiant-cut diamonds, and oval-shaped diamonds. Fancy shapes allow the wearer to express their individuality and preferences outside the more traditional round shaped diamond or gemstone.


Is Emerald Good for an Engagement Ring?

Emerald cuts are beautiful in engagement rings, but it’s essential to know what to look for when buying an emerald shape. Since the linear facets are so crisp and clear, inclusions can be spotted more easily than in brilliant cut shapes, such as a round or cushion. At Kristin Coffin, we only offer emerald gemstones that have clarity and color graded at VS/G or higher, so that any inclusions won’t be visible to the naked eye, and so that the stone will appear brilliant and white. 

Emerald diamonds are a perfect option for a bride looking to add a bold twist to create a truly unique engagement ring. Emerald shapes are striking and stunning on their own, or when set with accent diamonds, such as trillions side diamonds in our Avery three-stone ring style.


Do Emerald Cut Diamonds Chip Easily?

While it’s crucial to be fragile and conscientious with all diamonds, gemstones, and fine jewelry, an emerald cut is just as durable as any other cut. Choosing a stone with high clarity (VS or higher) will minimize inclusions, which are weaker points in the stone. Plus, our settings are made to order and set by artisans with decades of experience, so your emerald-cut diamond is (quite literally) in good hands.


Does Oval or Emerald Look Bigger?

Due to their elongated shape and unique proportions, both oval and emerald diamonds or gemstones can appear larger to the naked eye than a round brilliant cut. However, oval and emerald stones are incredibly different in appearance from one another. Oval diamonds sparkle more similarly to round brilliant cuts since they’re also considered a brilliant cut faceting style, whereas emerald cut have less facets, creating less overall sparkle.


Non-diamond Emerald Gemstones

While emerald diamonds (natural or lab-grown) are an excellent option for a bride-to-be, many other gemstones might appeal to the emerald-cut fan. Our emerald engagement rings are available in non-traditional stones such as grey moissanitesapphires, and salt and pepper diamonds.