Posted in News by Admin on March 10th, 2011
Question: How can I add some specially flash to a simple solitaire or wedding band?
Answer: Tiny of inveterate the ring, there are a lot of things you can do to jazz up a plain solitaire engagement ring. Ring enhancers, or wraps, are secondary bands that are worn collectively with the engagement ring and add exclusivity and style to a plain solitaire ring. A diamond-encrusted wedding band can add a fascinating drop to a simple engagement ring.
Question: What is the best shape for a center stone in an engagement ring?
Answer: Since the loose diamond is the main attraction in a solitaire engagement ring, you can choose any one you like for a solitaire setting. Unusual shapes like hearts or marquise diamonds look their best in a simple solitaire setting. However, if you want to be sure she will like the engagement ring, you can’t go wrong with a classic round shape.
Question: What carat size diamond do I need for an engagement ring?
Answer: If you open any fashion magazine, you’ll see that the sky’s the limit in terms of engagement ring sizes. Except for an ordinary person’s finances, it’s weighty to assess worth and extent in order to get a ring you are dazzled with, at a price that you are comfortable with. Intricate, complex diamond settings are obviously pricier than simple solitaire settings, so if you are choosing a solitaire engagement ring, you should concentrate your budget on choosing the top loose diamond you can afford. While the size of the stone no suspect contributes to its gravity, the worth of the cut matters just as much. A top-worth cut will guarantee that your diamond sparkles and shines, no affair how large it is.
Question: What are prongs and does my engagement ring have them?
Answer: The prongs are the small metal pieces that hold the diamond in place in the ring. Prongs are available in a variety of styles, from the classic Tiffany-style four prong ring, to unique decorative prongs that add visual interest to an otherwise simple ring. Some interesting prong styles to check out include the X-prong, petal prong, W-prong, cathedral setting and the classic four and six prong styles.
Answer: The prongs are the small metal pieces that attach the diamond to the ring. Prongs are available in a variety of styles, from the classic Tiffany engagement ring, to unique decorative prongs that add visual interest to an otherwise simple ring. Some interesting prong styles to check out include the X-prong, petal prong, W-prong, cathedral setting and the classic four and six prong styles.
Question: When choosing an engagement ring or wedding band, how do I choose a shank profile?
Answer: The term “shank profile” refers to the shape of the shank, or band, of the ring. Ring bands can come in several shapes, from more rounded to more angular. A flat shank profile lies close to the skin, while a knife-edge profile has sharper edges and a more modern look. One easy way to choose a shank profile is to match the roundedness of the shank to the diamond shape, i.e. a rounded band with a round diamond and a sharper edge for a square-cut diamond.
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