Friday, 9 August 2019

Our Top Jewelry Picks for Your Big Day

It's your day to shine! The right jewelry on your wedding day will complement your dress and pull together your bridal look. Check our post on how to pick the right jewelry for your wedding day here. In this post, we will cover perfect picks from our collection that will help you look your very best on your big day.


Round Diamond Floating Halo Pendant Necklace for V Neck Dresses
If your dress has a V-neck, this classic pendant is the perfect décolletage decoration. The glittering diamond halo adds plenty of sparkle and flash so you can pair it with simple diamond studs to balance your bridal look. The best thing about this lovely pendant necklace is that you can wear it long after the wedding. Layer it with longer necklaces and chains for a chic look or add it any outfit to pep up your everyday office wardrobe.   

Now, if you dress has a vintage flair or you're actually rocking a vintage bridal dress, we highly recommend our Vintage-Inspired Paisley Diamond Halo Pendant. Unique and intricate, this pendant will perfectly match a vintage dress.

Round Diamond Halo Drop Earrings for Halter Neck Dresses
These earrings make excellent accessories for halter neck wedding dresses or high neck dresses with an open back. A classic design, these round diamond drop earrings will put up an impressive display of sparkle on your big day. Balance it with our lovely white gold heart link bracelet and you're all set.

Classic Yellow Gold And White Pearl Necklace With Golden Curved Links
The classic pearls have been a bridal fashion icon for a reason. They have a timeless look that is hard to beat. Our curved links pearl necklace is a stylish take on this evergreen accessory.

More Importantly, Be Yourself
The most important thing about choosing jewelry for your wedding day is they should be a reflection of you and your style. Inherited your grandma's pearls but don't quite know what to do with them, fashion them into a sash for your dress. Not sure if you can wear long drop earrings all day long, stick to classic diamond studs or pearl studs. You do you—it's your day! 
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Monday, 5 August 2019

How to Pick Bridal Jewelry You'll Love For And After Your Wedding Day

Now that you've said yes to the dress (and the dream man), it's time to choose the perfect jewelry to complete your wedding day look. Let's dive right into the tips.



Think Longterm
We recommend investing in classic pieces of jewelry such as diamond earrings and gold pendant necklaces that you can wear long after your big day. For your bridal look, less really is more and high-quality diamond and gold or platinum jewelry fits the bill perfectly. It is understated and elegant and you can pair it with your everyday day outfits after your big day. Mix and match this jewelry with big-impact accessories like a bird-cage veil or sparkly bejeweled shoes.

Mix and Match
Our second commandment for picking out your wedding jewelry: mix and match. Matched sets tend to look dated so we like it when brides go for mixed but complementary sets of studs and necklaces or drop earrings and bracelets. But don't stop here, go ahead and mix and match to your heart's content. You can pair new jewelry with family heirlooms. Inherited a fabulous broach from your grandma, add it your dress and pair it with your classic diamond drop earrings.

Complement Your Dress
Let your dress guide you to pick the perfect wedding day jewelry. If your dress has a V-neck, necklaces and pendants are your go-to accessories. For halter necks, one shoulder or open back dresses, drop earrings are ideal. If you're confused about which metal to go for, look to your dress again for guidance. White gold or platinum jewelry matches well with white dresses while ivory and beige dresses are best accompanied with yellow gold or even rose gold jewelry. If your dress has embellishments like sequins, let that color echo in your choice of metal.

Plan Ahead
The jewelry you will wear will play an important part in how you'll look on your wedding day so plan ahead. Order your jewelry on time so you have it with you for dress fittings. It's also essential to try headgear such as veils, floral crowns and tiaras along with your earrings and necklaces to make sure they match. The finish and metal of your jewelry will also dictate other choices like what nail color or shoes you'll wear on your big day. Trying on your jewelry before the big day also gives you a chance to make fixes such as adjusting the length of your necklace well before your wedding day.

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Monday, 22 July 2019

How to Find the Right Engagement Ring Size


We normally know our shoe size and clothes size but have never had to measure our ring size. So we can understand how anxious you might be while trying to discreetly buy an engagement ring for your significant other when the measurement of the ring is the most important thing! Here are some ways that you can find your partner’s right ring size to ensure nothing goes wrong while buying your perfect engagement ring!


Understand Ring Size
It is true that when it comes to engagement rings and wedding bands, size DOES matter! The standard measurement of rings is in millimeters and based on the inner circumference of the band. All jewelers follow this standard scale so that a woman’s size 6 is the same from retailer to retailer. However, have you ever bought the same sized jeans from different brands and not have it fit the same way? That is the case with rings as well. 

Ring sizing can get a bit complicated when you consider the variations that come with different regions. The United States and Canada normally follows a numerical scale with half and quarter sizes, but other countries may follow an alphabetical scale that only uses complete sizes and have a set of circumference adjustments. Make sure you find these details out before placing an order for your engagement ring at the jeweler.

A Researched Guess
Women’s ring sizes typically range from 3 to 9 and the most commonly purchased ring sizes are from 5 to 7. The size 6 in rings is the most bought and popular. The sizes in men’s rings typically range from 8 to 14, and the most bought ring sizes range from 8 to 10.5, size 9 being the most popular and purchased. Evaluate and determine your partner’s finger type. If their fingers are more slender than average then size down from the average ring size, and vice versa. If you are buying your engagement ring online, you will most definitely be offered a 30 days return policy or even an extended one unless it is a special order.

Use another Ring
If your partner wears a ring already, ideally on the ring finger of her left hand you can secretly take it as a reference to the jewelers. If she does not wear the ring every day then it should not be a problem to take it out of her jewelry box for a few hours to determine the size at the shop. But if she wears the ring often and you want to be discreet, then it may be a bit more complicated. Be vigilant and make use of the moment she takes off the ring to get in the shower or before going to bed. Press the ring into a piece of wet clay or bar of soap and take that to the jeweler, who will then compare the imprint and determine your partner’s ring size.

Tie a Literal Knot
Wrapping a printable ring sizing strip with measurements on it or tying a string around your partner’s finger while she’s sleeping or in a funny, playful moment will also help you find the size for your engagement ring.

Let the Girls Know
If your partner has married or engaged friends, ask them to pass their rings around for the other girls to try on while hanging out together, and have someone notice and make note of which ring fits your partner better than the others!

Most engagement rings can be sized up or down but often the process reduces the ring’s integrity. If nothing works, consider compromising a bit and taking her with you to the jewelers and making a date out of it! There is no way your engagement ring can go wrong then!
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Wednesday, 17 July 2019

How to Design A Unique Engagement Ring for Your Partner


Designing a one-of-a-kind engagement ring is the perfect way to make your proposal extra special! There is nothing better than having a unique, personalized engagement ring to express your love for your bride-to-be. However, there are a few things that you should keep in mind before heading towards designing your engagement ring and we’re here to help!

Plan Ahead
There are many factors that go into designing your own engagement ring and you absolutely do not want to rush any of it. Give yourself at least a couple months from the day you start to research about custom engagement rings to the day you want to propose. It will take you a while to decide on a design and about six weeks for the ring to arrive. Before getting into the process, figure out your budget so that it’s clear how much you can spend on the setting, diamond, and design.

Take Hints from Her Style
Before designing an engagement ring for your partner you need to be sure of what she likes. Take a look at the jewelry that she already has and there is a good chance that you will notice a pattern. Ask yourself: Are these pieces more modern or classic? Are they heavy or delicate? Do these designs look feminine and traditional or more abstract? Are most of them gold or silver? With a little brainstorming and effort, you may just create the perfect engagement ring!

Know About The 4Cs
The GIA created the 4Cs  to make diamond shopping more practical and simpler. The 4Cs basically are the color, cut, carat and clarity of a diamond. A good purchasing decision will come down to your knowledge about these important details. A good quality diamond reflects light in the best possible ways and does not contain any visible flaws. To design a magnificent engagement ring you need to read all about the 4Cs!

Attention to Detail
The setting is one of the most important details on an engagement ring. Where and how the diamond is placed determines the whole look and feel of the engagement ring. For example, you can enhance the optical size of the diamond by choosing a thinner band. Also, the metal you choose for your ring plays a big part. Diamonds reflect what is around of them, so if you choose yellow gold for your ring, the diamond will pick up some of that yellow. That's not a bad thing, necessarily. A diamond with a warm undertone like a K or an M color grade diamond will look great in a yellow gold setting. Make sure you pay attention to the little details!

Happy Designing!


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Friday, 12 July 2019

How to Choose a Ring That Matches Her Personality

You are planning to propose to your wonderful partner and are in search for that perfect engagement ring. But all the options of style, cut, color, design are confusing you and you are stressed! Well, fret not, we are here to help! There are a lot of possibilities when it comes to engagement rings and to pay attention to all the details is very important for a smart purchase. But there is one question that can put a lot in perspective and help you out a great deal – What is her personality like? If you stop for a moment and think about the things she likes and does not like and can determine her personality type, you are already halfway into finding that perfect engagement ring!

Here is a list that will help you find a direction while buying an engagement ring based on your partner’s personality!

Classic and Traditional
If your partner is into more classic things; if she is organized, subtle and not very experimental then a classic and traditional ring is what she would like. An elegant solitaire setting is timeless and very minimalistic. Normally the most traditional solitaire rings feature platinum or yellow gold band, which is absolutely perfect; as they said – “Less is more.”

If you want to add a more refinement to the look of your solitaire engagement ring, you could consider a basket setting or a trellis setting. This will really accentuate the center stone. If you are sure about the classic engagement ring but not sure about how simple it is, you can consider adding diamond accents on the basket or bridge of the ring or a gemstone on the inside of the ring for a unique touch. You could also consider a three-stone engagement ring which is the perfect mélange of traditional and lots of sparkle!

Romantic and Thoughtful
Is your partner an absolute romantic? Does she like all things delicate, cinematic and sentimental? Think about buying an engagement ring with milgrain details and intricate galleries. Rose gold is a great option for the band as its rosy hue gives everything a soft, romantic feel. If your partner really appreciates sentimental gestures, focus on little details that you could personalize. You could add short inscriptions or her birthstone on the inside of the ring.

Adventurous and Outdoorsy
If your significant other is quite adventurous and loves to be outdoors, think of really organic elements that you could combine in your ring setting. Think of elements such as leaves, vines and floral designs. As your partner is very active, focus on the durability and safety of the ring. Durable metals such as platinum are a good choice for your engagement ring band and a bezel setting that keeps the diamond secured in place is a good option to look into.

If you know your partner’s personality, a lot can be made easier! You can take hints from the outfits that she wears, the jewelry that she already has, her choice of entertainment and also the things she likes on her social media! We hope you find the perfect engagement ring in the end!


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Tuesday, 9 July 2019

Engraving Tips and Ideas for Your Engagement Rings


An engagement ring is one of the most special things in life. It’s something that you will always keep and remember so it makes sense to make it as beautiful and meaningful as you can! Engraving is the perfect way to personalize your engagement ring. To etch a romantic sentiment, an inside joke or maybe a promise to be together for a lifetime is the most special thing you could do to a piece of jewelry. If you are thinking of getting your engagement ring engraved, here is everything you need to know.

The Whens and Hows
Make a request to get your engagement ring engraved when you are placing an order for the ring. If the jeweler cannot do it he will definitely refer you to an engraver. Simple engagement ring engravings are comparatively inexpensive, depending on the type of metal and the length of the message. The engraving can be done as quickly as while you’re waiting for your engagement ring, or it may take up to a month.

The Dos and Don’ts
Engagement rings that are wide enough to offer a clear view of your message without making it look too cramped are the best kinds to engrave. Engraving should only be done by a professional jeweler. You absolutely don’t want to hand your expensive engagement ring to an amateur to engrave. While choosing engagement ring engraving, keep the phrase short and choose a font that is clear and not too complicated to read on the band. Make sure you double-check the inscription for spelling and details before you pass it on to the engraver and again when you receive it.

Here are some ideas for engravings on your engagement ring to explore:
1. Dates and Names
A timeless engagement ring engraving idea is your partner’s initials, name, your wedding date or the date when you first met. It’s a really good way to add a romantic and symbolic touch to an otherwise ordinary engagement ring.

2. Nicknames
Do you and your partner have sweet or silly endearments for each other? Or have you developed a certain lingo that only the two of you can understand? These lovely nicknames are wonderful to engrave on your engagement ring! These personal little words will always remind you of the kind of relationship that you share.

3. Sentences That Complete Each Other
A unique way to personalize your engagement ring is to have the other ring complete yours. You can really have fun with this one! You can engrave little parts of sentences that complete each other or words or phrases that complement one another, like so: Little spoon / Big spoon.

4. Lyrics or Poem
Do you and your partner have a symbolic song? Is there a particular song that you danced to or one that you have listened together a million times, or perhaps a poem that really captures the essence of your togetherness? You can engrave a few meaningful words from a song or a poem to feel inspired every time you look down at your engagement ring.

We hope your special, engraved engagement ring adds to your special occasion! We wish you all the luck!
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Wednesday, 26 June 2019

3 Bridal Looks to Fall in Love With

Every bride deserves to feel beautiful on her special day so we're here to help you put together a memorable look for your wedding day. Without further ado, let's get started!

The Glam Queen
If you have planned a glittering evening ceremony and a ball gown-style dress, this look is for you. Take a look at our Cinora collection of bespoke bridal jewelry because we are willing to be it perfectly matches your Pinterest wedding board.



Our Yellow Diamond Double Halo Earrings fit right in with our oh-so-glam aesthetic and the Oval Eternity Band from the Cinora Collection makes the perfect wedding ring. Oh and this look definitely deserves a bold shade of red lipstick.

The Fairytale Princess
If you have had your DIY floral centerpiece planned from day one, this look is for you. Our vintage-inspired diamond jewelry complements the romantic vibes of your big day perfectly.

Our Vintage-Inspired Quatrefoil Diamond Pendant would make a lovely accessory on your wedding day and beyond. And, flowers - in your hair, the backdrop are going to be a big part of your wedding day look.


The Boho Bride
If flowy dresses and lovely details are your thing, this look is for you. We recommend jewelry with milgrain edges and engraved bands for the hippie-at-heart bride.


Our Milgrain Border Pave Band is made for the boho soul with its intricate details.

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Thursday, 20 June 2019

How to Buy an Engagement Ring Without Going Broke



There are quite a few myths and “traditions” that come with buying an engagement ring. One of the most popular and most ridiculous is that you need to spend your three months’ salary to get the perfect engagement ring; that a good ring is the one that’s most expensive. This couldn’t be more untrue, to be honest. If you’re on a budget, you can still buy an amazing, gorgeous engagement ring without spending a fortune and saving a good sum of money on it. Here is how to shop smart when it comes to purchasing your engagement ring.

Consider Buying a Loose Diamond
It’s always a wise choice to get yourself a loose diamond and then set it on an engagement ring rather than buying a ring with a diamond already set in it. First of all, buying a loose diamond allows you to pay complete attention to your diamond’s quality. When you are making a big purchase like this it is very important that you evaluate the proportions and cut of the diamond and how it interacts with light to create the perfect sparkle. By being able to inspect the diamond properly you will also be able to check for any flaws that it may have and how visible they are. By buying a ring with the diamond already mounted on it, it’s hard to change things the way you want it but by buying a loose diamond of your choice and in your budget you can really make the engagement ring yours.

Take a Look at the Selection Online
Diamonds and engagement rings at big jewelry retailers are more expensive than the ones online due to high mark-up. These chain retailers usually have really high prices, sometimes even up to 200% more than their online counterparts because these stores have high overhead costs like the upkeep of the store, payment for a large staff, rent, etc. These overhead charges are added to the retail price of the diamond that you buy. On the other hand, online stores do not have these operational charges included in their prices so the same diamond can cost you a lot less compared to the one in a high-end jewelry store.

When Buying Online, Browse and Research
Online retailers usually have a vast collection of jewelry and diamonds but if you find something that you really like, remember to wait a little bit. Check the inventories of different online stores as you might find the exact diamond at a lesser price comparatively. It’s always good to keep your options open and look as much as you can; checking out different stores is ridiculously convenient online so definitely take full advantage of this. You can also choose to buy the loose diamond from one particular retailer and buy the ring setting from another. This way it will be easier to build yourself the perfect engagement ring!

If It's Bling You Want, Get Pave Diamonds
Now, if you want a really sparkly engagement ring that catches everyone’s eye but do not want to spend a fortune on it then definitely consider getting a pave band or halo for your engagement ring. A pave setting is a style where several tiny diamonds are placed close together. It gives sort of a “crushed ice” effect that makes jewelry look absolutely lovely and sparkly; also the small stones aren’t very expensive. Consider getting a smaller center stone and a pave band around to make your engagement ring shine the most without spending an unimaginable amount of money.

Balance the 4Cs
When it comes to the look of your diamond, all the 4Cs are not created equal. Cut, for instance, plays a big role in how your diamond looks. The better the cut, the more the diamond will sparkle. And more the diamond will sparkle, the better and even bigger it will look. A poorly-cut 1carat diamond can appear the same as a well-cut 0.90 carat diamond. On the other hand, clarity is one of 4Cs that doesn't always affect the way a diamond looks because clarity is not obvious to the naked eye. An FL (Flawless) clarity grade diamond will look the same as a VS1 (Very Slightly Included 1) clarity grade diamond to the naked eye. But the difference in price can be thousands of dollars. Diamonds are graded by looking under 10X magnification, so you have to decide, does it matter in your everyday life?

We hope you end up with the most glorious ring and an even more glorious deal! Get started on your diamond journey here.

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Friday, 14 June 2019

3 Months Salary and Other Engagement Ring "Rules" You Really Don't Need In Your Life!


Picture This: You are in a jewelry store and looking at different kinds of rings. You know what you want and you’re asking for diamond rings with specific details, or maybe it’s not a diamond ring at all; maybe it’s a pink sapphire ring that you know your partner will love or it could be that you, yourself are looking for a delicate band with sparkling diamonds. “Minimalist jewelry is very in right now.” the jeweler says. “It's my dream engagement ring.” you respond enthusiastically. But then the jeweler gasps in shock, takes all the rings away and shakes his head in disappointment while telling you, "Oh, no. These aren't engagement rings".

Ok, we admit this may be just a tad bit dramatic :) But, the point we're trying to make is there is no "right" or “wrong” engagement ring. When a person says the words "engagement ring" out loud, this piece of jewelry is suddenly subjected to so much speculation, judgment and pressure that it can get quite ridiculous at times!

There are all these rules around this piece of jewelry that are completely irrational and only make the whole ring buying process unnecessarily stressful. After all, this is a piece of jewelry that celebrates a very special bond. The last thing it should be is stressful. Here's what we think you should do with these so-called "Engagement Ring Rules".

“You can’t shop with your partner, it will ruin the surprise!”
The man is supposed to surprise the woman with a ring she has never laid eyes on before and she has to love it instantly and that's how you start your happily ever after! Let's consider for a second, what if she doesn't like the ring? What if she wanted a rose gold band with an oval center diamond in a halo setting? You can’t believe this is happening because you went out of your way and spent a small fortune on a round brilliant diamond mounted on a solitaire ring because that's how an engagement ring looks like, right??

The thing is we understand your heart was in the right place and but tastes in engagement rings are rather subjective. You can save yourself from a lot of stress if you just take your partner along to choose the ring. There is literally no chance that she won’t like it if she has picked it herself.

Not convinced? Ok. How about talk to your partner about the ring she would like? We're talking about diamond shape, ring setting and a range of carat size. It would help if you ask her for some inspiration photos. You can then consider all of her inputs before surprising her with the ring.

Also, just because you got the ring together doesn’t mean you can’t keep the proposal a surprise. There are many ways to still keep the proposal a surprise. Check how to do that here.

“A good engagement ring should cost three months’ salar-" SHUSH!
It is absolutely not true that you need to spend your three months’ salary or any arbitrary sum to get the perfect engagement ring. How much you can spend on an engagement ring is completely up to you and your partner. Will you be having a big wedding, are the two of you students just starting out, do you have other financial commitments - these are all questions the two of you need to answer before coming up with a budget for the engagement ring.

But the good news is, it is possible to find a beautiful engagement ring at absolutely ANY and we mean ANY budget. It's all a matter of balancing the 4Cs and the right setting to get the most bang or bling (see what we did there) for your buck!

Here's another possibility that most couples don't realize - Upgrade in the future. Most online diamond retailers and that includes us offer diamond upgrades. You can trade in your old diamond for a bigger, better diamond in the future. Read up on all our lifetime diamond upgrade to know more.

“Round Brilliant Diamond Solitare Ring - That's what an engagement ring looks like, right?”
Round brilliant diamonds may be the perfect match for many people but it doesn’t have to be the only choice that you need to go for. Same goes for the classic six prong solitaire setting. A good engagement ring should be exactly what you want and want to spend for. You could go for a radiant or a cushion cut for the best brilliance or you can check shapes like oval, emerald or marquise for a unique touch. If you’d love some color in your engagement ring you could go for blue sapphire side stones on your band or maybe even a yellow diamond center! The world is your oyster! Which brings us to the next point -

“Custom rings are very expensive!”
Not true. Custom rings can be no more expensive than pre-made ones. You can build yourself a custom ring within your budget and make it exactly how you want it without any compromise. Get started on your ring journey.

We hope you make an informed decision while buying your engagement ring now that you don't have to worry about these "rules"! 
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Tuesday, 11 June 2019

How to Buy a Beautiful and Sturdy Engagement Ring


It’s summer; it's beautiful outside and you have also been invited to what seems like a thousand weddings. And this has finally got you thinking, that it's time to pop that all important question! So, you read a few blogs, do a little bit of research and with an optimistic heart full of hopes to marry the love of your life, you’re at the jewelry store about to buy the most perfect engagement ring there will ever be!

But before you do that, there are some aspects you need to consider while buying the ring – the size of the center stone, the metal that brings it together and any little detail that you could add to make your ring special and personal?

What about how practical the design is and how sturdy it is? In the excitement of buying the most sparkly, beautiful engagement ring people often forget about the durability of the jewelry that they’re planning to invest in for life. Of course, it’s a great goal to make your ring gorgeous but it’s practical to also make sure that the expensive ring you are buying is secure and strong enough to be worn on a daily basis. It is very important to choose your engagement ring carefully to minimize the risk of damaging it. Here are the things to keep in mind in order to buy an engagement ring that is beautiful and sturdy.

The Setting 
One of the most important aspects of a good engagement ring is the setting that you end up with. There are quite a few settings that you could go with that will give your ring the ultimate protection. If you are looking to have diamonds on your engagement ring band, then you should know that the channel setting is a very safe way to set small diamonds in a band, as the setting holds the stones in a secure metal channel.

Another great one is the bezel setting. This setting offers a protective metal rim around your center diamond that holds it securely in place and makes sure the edges of your diamond are way less likely to get chipped. The top of the diamond is not sticking out in this setting so it will not get snagged on sleeves.

Now, there are certain settings which are quite popular for engagement rings but they may not be the best choice for your partner's lifestyle. One of them being the cathedral setting that places the center diamond very high above the band and uses prongs to secure the diamond in place. The advantage of this ring setting is that it focuses attention on the center diamond beautifully by placing it so high. The setting also allows a lot of light to pass through the diamond so it sparkles like crazy. There are many good things to recommend about this setting but if your partner is someone who has an active lifestyle or someone who has to put on gloves and take them off through the day, this setting may not be the best for everyday use. So, it's all about finding an engagement ring that matches her life.   

The Gemstone
Diamonds are a great choice for a sturdy engagement ring as it is one of the hardest natural materials. It is very hard to destroy and break a diamond during everyday activities. Other strong gemstones that you can consider are rubies and sapphires which are variations of the same stone – Corundum. Although they are about four times less hard compared to the diamond, these gemstones are quite durable and make great jewelry to wear daily.

Emerald is a gemstone that is often used in engagement rings but is actually not a very great practical choice. Emeralds are softer than gemstones like rubies and sapphires and you need to take extra care to prevent them from getting scratched, chipped or damaged.

Next, let's talk about diamond or gemstone shape. Shapes like heart, pear, and princess have sharp pointy ends and that's where they are most vulnerable. So, if you do choose a diamond with pointy edges, go for a setting that secures these pointy ends. A bezel would be excellent or tab prongs that protect the edges are perfect.

The Metal
Whenever you are choosing a metal for jewelry there are two factors that you need to consider: hardness and toughness. The hardness makes sure that the metal doesn’t scratch easily and toughness helps it to not bend and break. Platinum has tremendous toughness and is a great option for an engagement ring as it is sturdy and very hard to bend. So platinum is actually a great metal to consider for the prongs that will hold your center stone. While pure gold itself is a pretty soft metal, white gold, that’s mixed with copper, zinc, and nickel and then platted in rhodium for extra strength is a great choice for your ring band as it is quite durable and not easily scratched.

Anything worn every day of your life, like an engagement ring, will tend to get banged around quite a bit so how the metal will hold up is also very important. Platinum over the course of years develops a patina while white gold loses its rhodium plating. You can love the look of rich patina the platinum develops and you can always have white gold re-plated with rhodium – it's a matter of personal choice. 

If you need more help, our diamond and jewelry experts will be happy to help. Give us a call on 1-866-522-2539 or get started on your engagement ring here
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