Choosing A Diamond For Your Engagement Ring
We have become used to having diamonds for engagement rings. Fair enough, the beauty and elegance of diamond is incomparable and timeless. It
makes the engagement ring extra special. When choosing a diamond for your engagement ring, you must be very careful, lest you want to have an
One thing that you need to consider in choosing a diamond is the shape. The most common shapes chosen by many couples include the round, oval,
emerald, square, pear, trilliant, and marquise. The shape of the diamond should be decided considering the style of the setting, the ring and even the
shape of the hands.
The cut of the diamond is vital. It affects the brilliance and appearance of this stone. The angles of the diamond make a difference. It can add up to
elegance of the ring. Depending on the cut of the diamond, one ring will be better off than the other.
Flaws in diamonds are inevitable but as much as possible you choose one that has high clarity. It makes the diamond look more brilliant compared to
other diamonds with lower clarity. But for some financial reasons, some couples prefer to go for low clarity. After all, it will still be diamond.
Perhaps, the most important thing to consider when choosing a diamond is the cost. No matter how much you like to have a big diamond or high
clarity diamond for your engagement ring, you simply can't get it if you don't have enough money. So before you choose a diamond for your
engagement ring, you should plan for it first. Set the budget. Know how much you can spend on the engagement ring.
After you have set your budget, you should start looking for a diamond that falls within your budget. Find a cut, carat and clarity that will be enough for
your budget. The shape of the diamond also varies in prices. Rare shapes costs double or even triple of ordinary shapes.
Choosing a diamond for your engagement ring is quite a tricky task especially if you don't know exactly what to lo