Engagement rings: The many colors of a diamond
Posted by alisonreid29 on December 18th, 2014
Engagement rings are a mark of romantic love and devotion that one has for another. The pre-nuptial ceremony that binds two hearts together for the next level of conjugality is celebrated through ring exchange. Wedding rings are thus considered emblematic of commitment that the newlyweds make to one another for a very long time. This is the reason why people make a hell finding a ring for their better half. The very symbol they stand for justifies all the store rummaging and bullion spending. The history of engagement bands is very interesting and dates back to as early as the 1477, the year in which Maximillan I, the kind of Austria presented a diamond ring to the Maria of Burgundy as a show of romantic love.
Since then, the ring has been in popular use in wedding ceremonies where it is commissions as the symbol of unification. Diamond engagement rings are looked up as a mark of royalty since the time, until recently when commoners have started to take interest with these rings being brought within the limits of affordability. At this moment, with the online market in a splurge, wedding rings have diversified in designs and types. Gemstone studded, solitaire, bands, etc. are some of the styles in which these rings have reached the shelves of the jeweler. The popularity of customization has reached this section following which goldsmiths have introduced the design-a-ring service to the buyers.
The platinum-made diamond solitaire engagement rings top the popularity chart at this point. Outstanding as they look, you can choose the shape and carat of diamond you want to be set at the center. Usually a princess cut diamond goes best with a solitaire, but you can also try other gemstone in different shapes to form the center of the piece. The three-stone wedding rings have rose to popularity following the solitaire style and is much in vogue at present. Three shimmering diamonds in two different sizes form the center of the ring. You might or might not add little details to the band near the encrusting or leave it simple.
If your princess is a diamond person and you do not want to be stingy on this one investment in your life, then get her a thrilling piece of diamong ring that is encrusted with diamonds all over, in different shapes and sizes. These engagement rings are designed specially for bridal collection and meant to be worn on the grand and auspicious occasion of marriage. This piece is bright and live with diamonds, with a chunky center stone, surrounded by smaller ones that are inlaid all over the band. A little heavy, but the shimmer it gives is definitely worth the money and attention. If an all-diamond ring looks too white or plain for you, then you can replace the two side stones with blue sapphire. The color dark blue will add a sparkling contrast to the glittering diamonds.
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