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Yellow Gold Trilogy Rings Became Way More Popular Because of Meghan Markle

The look has ‘been on a stratospheric rise.’

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Meghan Markle’s yellow gold trilogy ring has pushed the trilogy style to new heights of popularity, a London-based custom jeweler says.

Such rings “have been on a stratospheric rise in popularity since the engagement and the subsequent marriage of Meghan Markle to Prince Harry,” Nikolay Piriankov, founder of the company, told Business Insider.

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Prince Harry designed Markle’s ring himself. It features a central diamond from Botswana and two smaller diamonds that belonged to Princess Diana.

The most common look for a trilogy ring has been three stones of the same shape.

But Markle’s ring features “an elongated cushion diamond flanked by round diamonds,” Business Insider notes.

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And that’s inspiring other designers to take the trilogy style beyond its traditional limits with new shape combinations.

Piriankov told Business Insider, “Steeped in sentiment and elevated by a royal, trilogy engagement ring styles are concurrently classic and bold.”

Read more at the Business Insider



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