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Diamond News posts tagged with 'Engagement rings'

The Personality of Solitaire Engagement Ring

You’re ready to pop the question to love of your life and you’re fairly certain you know what style of ring will speak to them most effectively. Whether your selection process includes price, poetry or a little bit of both, the solitaire engagement ring is a timeless expression of commitment and love.

Elegant Design – Styling an Oval Cut Engagement Ring

Celebrity brides Kate Middleton, Serena Williams, Blake Lively and Julianne Hough each have an oval cut engagement ring on their left hands. Similarly, fashionable women love the shine, value and classic style these baubles have to offer. An oval stone is a perfect choice for the most discernable brides-to-be.

The Future of Engagement Ring Shopping—From Vintage to Vanguard

The future of engagement ring shopping has never been brighter. You may want to rethink the classic round cut diamond you’ve been imagining for something with a bit more flare. The new shapes and styles for engagement rings range from delicate and feminine to sleek and edgy.

Turn To a Professional for Engagement Ring Expertise

It’s fun to learn new facts and information especially when the focus is an amazing occasion like shopping for an engagement ring. But even if you have time to spend hours surfing the net—and what bride-to-be does? You won’t be ready to boast about your engagement ring expertise after a little light reading. How do you find this wise guru to guide you through the maze of carats, cuts, facets and fire? Here are a few tips.

4 Considerations When Shopping for Engagement Rings

Engagement rings are important and beautiful symbols of commitment between two people to marry, and choosing the perfect ring is a big decision. Keep these 4 considerations in mind to help you purchase the best ring for your fiancé. 

Pear Shape Diamonds

The pear shape diamond is also referred to (although less commonly) as the teardrop diamond. This shape of diamond was very popular during the Renaissance.  A man named, Louis van Berquem of Brugge of Belgium was the first to develop the shape and cut of the pear diamond  in 1458. History has also accredited him with being responsible for creating the 137 carat Floretine Diamond for the Valois Family.