Square Mother's Rings

by Steve Moriarty July 19, 2019

Square Mother's Rings

Square Mothers RingSquare stones, many times called princess cut, are very unique, and very rare to find in any non-engagement ring, especially mother's rings. It's not the most popular type of cut outside of any engagement ring. Many times it's just because people don't know colored gemstones are available in square (the same thing with heart mothers rings)...they only think Diamonds are. But that's not true. While it is tougher to find square colored gemstones, and even tougher to find nice quality stones, they are available and are very beautiful!

"I personally bought my wife an engagement ring with a square/princess cut stone and she loves our square mothers ring designs. One day I plan on custom designing one for her."

- Jeff Moriarty (Son of Steve Moriarty, the owner)

Our Square Mother's Ring Designs

Here at Moriarty's Gem Art, our designer Christopher Moriarty, is always looking to create special pieces, many of those include square gemstones. He has come up with some brilliant designs, whether modern or contemporary, come out beautful in the end. No matter if you want white gold, yellow gold, platinum or rose...we can design the perfect square mothers ring for you.

Here are some of our most popular designs. Note that they are all available from 1 to 5 stones or more. So even though the one pictured below might not have the amount of stones you need, we have them available up to at least 5 stones!



See our complete collection of square/princess mother's rings in a variety of metals and designs.

And if you have any questions about these designs or coming up with something completely different, please call us at 1-800-348-4499 and we would be happy to design something just for you!

Steve Moriarty
Steve Moriarty

Steve Moriarty has been in the jewelry industry for over 30 years. Steve is not only a jeweler, but a gem cutter and designer. He has traveled the world in search of gemstone rough and has owned a retail jewelry store for 20 years located in Crown Point, Indiana.