Unlike typical ring bands, bypass bands don’t meet at the same point; instead, they curve above or below the midpoint of the center stone. There’s something to be said about bypass ring styles that makes them so contemporary and chíc. Perhaps it’s the flowing lines, or maybe the way they draw the eye to the featured gemstone. Either way, we’re fans. The images shown below, present seven of our favorite bypass looks featuring the brilliance and beauty of moissanite.
This bypass ring from Alchemy House is modern and sleek, cradling the 5mm (0.4 ctw) moissanite stone in a nearly-closed bezel-style loop. The plain metal split-shank band makes the stone the star of the show, but is unique enough to make this ring a cut above the average solitaire.
One of the latest engagement ring styles from Moissanite.com, the Rosen, offers traditional style with a twist. The band begins and ends just off-center around the main stone, adding even more visual interest to the already-striking halo setting and pavé details.
Simple and yet oh-so-stylish, the Vadim ring from Rosados Box offers the height of minimalist sophistication. The band twists to embrace the brilliant 5mm center stone (0.4 ctw), creating a sleek, swirling design that will delight the eye for years to come.
The Pavol ring offers an alluring combination of vintage details and modern style. Although the center stone is mounted in a four-prong setting, the open bypass design brings to mind a contemporary tension-set band, while the Milgrain and pavé details give the piece an inspired flare of the Edwardian Era.
Why should round brilliant cuts get all the attention? This bypass ring from Metalicious features a lovely 6mm (0.8 ctw) cushion cut Forever Brilliant® moissanite stone, securely nestled in a bezel setting and accented by delicate, modern detailing on the white gold band.
Bypass bands range from the simple to the ornate, and this one is definitely on the “sparklier” side of the spectrum. With double rows of pavé-set moissanite gems on each side of the prong set center stone, this ring is sure to catch the eye.
The Naples engagement ring features a bypass band that brings to mind a delicate tree branch, and a center stone in an intriguingly unusual four-prong setting that evokes a blossoming flower. This distinctive ring is perfect for the nature-loving bride-to-be
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