Published at Thursday, September 19th 2019. by Raoul Paré in Wedding Ring.
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.
The final decision is based around metal choice; ranging in price from platinum, white gold or yellow gold. All have their benefits and challenges but it is likely that your choice will be influenced not only by budget but by what existing jewellery your loved one is wearing. Choosing an engagement ring may be a once in a lifetime event, however, time invested on finding a quality handmade local jeweller will result in an established relationship, likely to last a lifetime. This relationship will allow confidence and trust in purchasing wedding bands, anniversary jewellery and subsequent gifts.
You will find a wide variety of selections to choose from. The engagement ring in the set – like those sold individually – is available with the diamond in round, princess, emerald, oval, radiant, heart, pear, marquise, assher, cushion, and/or trillian cuts. And you will want to consider the four C’s essential to selecting any fine diamond – carat, color, cut, and clarity – as you make your purchase
The Egyptians were the first recorded civilization to use the wedding ring. In Egyptian hieroglyphics a circle represented eternity. Once a woman accepted the ring she became the ”property” of the person who gave it to her and she was in a sense ”his.” The first wedding ring could have been made of braided grass or hay (which would have been changed often), ivory, bone, or leather. Eventually, metal was used, but the first wedding bands were crude and lumpy. However, the sentiment remained the same-eternal commitment and love.
Most people know that a wedding ring is symbolic of the bond of love and commitment between two people. But not everyone knows about the history behind this small yet powerful symbol. The history of the wedding ring goes back not just hundreds but thousands of years. No other currently practiced wedding tradition has been around as long.
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