Published at Friday, September 06th 2019. by Denise Vernadeau in Wedding Ring.
Style. The style also adds to the beauty of the ring. There is a range of styles to choose from. You can choose a vintage style ring that expresses your cultural heritage or chunky, modern ring with intricate designs. If you’ve always loved to stand out in the crowd, opt for an unusual style wedding band. It could be a Goth band, horseshoe styled bands, dolphin rings and dragon bands.
If you and your betrothed are planning to get married and shopping around at jewelers together, you may want to take a long look at the women’s diamond wedding ring sets. While engagement rings can certainly be purchased individually, selecting a set makes life a little easier. You can physically see ”ahead of time” what the engagement ring and wedding band will look like when worn together. They will also coordinate and fit together perfectly, creating a beautiful and dazzling display on your hand.
Cut, color, clarity, and carat are the four important factors of diamond rings. From the cut of a diamond ring you can have a fair idea regarding the shape and proportion of the stone. Diamond wedding rings are available in shapes like marquise, pear, oval, princess, emerald, heart, and round. However, 75% of diamond wedding rings sold world wide are round in appearance. Color of the ring plays a vital role in its price. Diamonds of yellow, green, red, orange, blue, and pink color are generally costlier. Diamond rings in faint or pale color are the most desirable and but they are rare. While on your way to shop diamond wedding rings do not fall to the idea that diamonds are only white in color.
Selecting a diamond or gemstone can seem to be steeped in confusion, but time invested on understanding the options will provide you with assurance and satisfaction you have made the right choice. What do you need to discuss with your chosen jeweller? Carat: the Carat weight is determined by the mass of a diamond. This corresponds to price but increases as larger diamonds are more desirable and less common. Cut: accomplished craftsmen shape and polish diamonds with angles. The cut of a diamond is a precise mathematical equation and should not be confused with the shape of any gemstone.
Colour: the ideal diamond is perfectly transparent. As a natural stone, virtually every diamond has minor structural or chemical imperfections which in turn alter its value. This is almost impossible to see by the naked eye but the colour clarity will be graded and allows for a range of affordability. Clarity: an inclusion is identified as a structural imperfection such as clouding, minuscule cracks or foreign material within the diamond. The variance in number, size, visibility and colour of these will impact the stones’ clarity.
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