Diamond Engagement Rings and Diamond Wedding Rings
Diamond engagement rings, and now as often as not, matching diamond wedding rings are the symbolic representation of eternal love exchanged
between couples to represent their union. While we know today that marriages simply do not always have quite the eternal or even long-lasting tenure
they used to have, I think it is still fair to say that very few people go into a marriage that they believe will last less than the rest of their life. The
diamond engagement ring is a symbol of the love two people share and an announcement of their mutual agreement to wed. Therefore, the diamond
engagement ring should be conspicuous, as it is there to call attention to the announcement of the betrothal. So the solitaire diamond or the large
center diamond with a cluster of smaller diamonds is extremely appropriate for the diamond engagement ring. Once the matching diamond wedding
ring is added to the ladies finger and often the matching men's diamond wedding ring is placed on his finger the additional announcement of a
completed union is represented.
There are numerous considerations to be made when selecting a diamond engagement ring. The quality of the diamond (or diamonds) in the
engagement ring go a long way to determine the price, as well as the sparkle the diamond engagement ring will elicit. The selection of the type of
diamond to be found in a diamond engagement ring can vary all the way from the young man who impulsively stops into a jewelry store and buys
almost the first engagement ring that he sees, to the much more discriminating jewelry aficionado who selects the stones individually himself and then
either designs or consults to the jeweler on the design for the mounting for the ring. In either case, the intention may be virtually the same, however, in
the latter case, it is likely that the prior knowledge of jewelry and concern for the end product will likely produce better results.
For those less knowledgeable about jewelry who wish to purchase the perfect dia