Precious Stones for Your Engagement Ring?

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Using Precious Stones With Your Engagement Ring

There are four different precious stones available in the world. The first is the diamond, and it is the most popular option for diamond engagement rings. However, there are three others that can provide additional elegance and charm to your engagement setting. These precious stones are scarce, are hard and durable like diamonds, and have a rich colour your fiancée will love.

Why would you consider adding other precious stones to the same setting as your diamond? Let’s take a look at a few reasons this might be the right option for you.

  • Style – Precious gems like sapphires, rubies, and emeralds have just as much style as diamonds, and, just like Diamond rings, are available in a variety of colours. The deep, rich red of a ruby, the green of an emerald or the lovely blue of a sapphire can truly enhance your engagement ring. These precious stones are available in a wide range of beautiful cuts and can be set around your diamond.
  • Personality – Want to get a ring that matches the personality and unique sense of style of your partner? Precious stones can provide all the colour, style, and beauty your partner deserves and needs to match there personality.
  • Sentimental Value – Is Ruby the birthstone of the month the two of you first met? Maybe an Emerald reminds you of the green of there eyes. Maybe a Sapphire was there father’s birthstone and he is no longer with the family. You know they’d love for him to walk them down the aisle, but you are also aware that will never happen. A couple of carefully placed sapphires in the setting would show them that you truly take all there thoughts and emotions into consideration. Can you imagine there expression as you explain the meaning behind the precious stones?

The possibilities are truly only limited by your imagination when including precious stones in your engagement setting. While diamonds are the traditional choice for engagement rings, they don’t always have to be. Your ring can be as unique as your relationship.

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