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Colored Center Diamond Yellow, Long's Jewelers
Colored Center Diamond Yellow, Long's Jewelers

1 | Colored Center Diamond

Referred to as “fancy” diamonds, colored diamonds are distinctive and rare: One in every 10,000 diamonds has natural color. Long’s Jewelers, 100 Summer Street, Boston, 617-426-8500, and other locations; longsjewelers.com

 Crisscut Emerald-Shaped, E.B. Horn Company
Crisscut Emerald-Shaped, E.B. Horn Company

2 | Crisscut Emerald-Shaped

A unique configuration of crisscrossed facets creates shimmering brilliance. E.B. Horn Company, 429 Washington Street, Boston, 617-542-3902, ebhorn.com

Pear-shaped with Halo, Royal Jewelers
Pear-shaped with Halo, Royal Jewelers

3 | Pear-Shaped With Halo

The elongated pear-shaped diamond dates back centuries, but a halo of diamonds encircling it gives the ring a contemporary feel. Royal Jewelers, 58 Main Street, Andover, 978-475-3330, royaljewelers.com

Updated Classic Solitaire, DePrisco Jewelers
Updated Classic Solitaire, DePrisco Jewelers

4 | Updated Classic Solitaire

A diamond band provides a modern twist to the storied diamond solitaire, an enduring favorite. DePrisco Jewelers, 333 Washington Street, Boston, 617-227-3339, and 32 Wianno Avenue, Osterville, 508-420-7400; boston.deprisco.com

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Two-tone Gold, E.B. Horn Jewelers
Two-tone Gold, E.B. Horn Jewelers

5 | Two-Tone Gold

A touch of rose gold paired with white gold adds fashion-forward detail to a round center diamond ring. E.B. Horn Company

Double Colored Halo, Long's Jewelers
Double Colored Halo, Long's Jewelers

6 | Colored Double Halo

For a less expensive way to add color, opt for a traditional center diamond accented by a double halo of pink ones. Long’s Jewelers