5 Princess-Cut Diamond Engagement Rings

We are officially in the midst of proposal season (just check your Facebook newsfeed) and who doesn’t love a holiday engagement? Not only is this a popular time of year to get engaged, but the princess-cut diamond ring is one of the most popular styles too. Check out some of our favorites to see why! If a princess-cut isn’t the shape for you, which do you prefer?

Photo: MartinFlyer.com
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Martin Flyer

Maximum brilliance is seen with this shared prong setting.

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Photo: Tacori.com
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Tacori

A double bloom of diamonds make this rock really pop.

See more Tacori engagement and wedding rings.

Photo: DemarcoJewelry.com
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Demarco

We love this confident design it's uniqueness and sophistication.

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Photo: Tiffany.com
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Tiffany & Co.

A truly classic design, this princess-cut is understated and elegant.

See more engagement rings at Tiffany.com

Photo: SylvieCollection.com
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Sylvie Collection

With a matching band, this center stone is surrounded by diamonds for full enhancement.

See more Sylvie Collection engagement rings.

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