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Online Jewellery 2017: How to Choose the Best Engagement and Wedding Rings Marriage proposal in a special day you have been waiting for, which is filled with anticipation, sheer excitement, and anxiety. It is really important to choose the perfect engagement ring that will best suit your future wife’s personality, and this is one of the most exciting and memorable decisions in your life. Allow us to help you make an informed decision because as engagement and wedding ring experts, we understand the importance and significance of choosing the perfect ring. It is important to know your future wife’s style, personality, finger size, and your budget when choosing the perfect engagement ring. Every woman is proud to show off her very own engagement ring and you should be proud of it. For you to be able to choose the perfect engagement ring for your future bride, it is a good idea asking her best friends or family members for a little help, and pay attention to the jewelry she always wear. You can also purchase a ‘promise ring’ for the marriage proposal and then select an engagement ring together so you are sure she will love it. When choosing an engagement or wedding ring, it is important to consider the cut, color, clarity, carat, shape, and metal. The cut of a diamond stone or any precious gem pertains to the alignment, proportion, and finish of its facets or polished faces. Any diamond or gemstone other than round or circle is referred to as a ‘fancy’ shape that includes oval, emerald, princess-cut, rose-cut or emerald-cut. For diamonds, the greater the clarity, the quality is better as created by GIA or Gemological Institue of America, grading diamonds into eleven categories ranging from Flawless (FL) to Included (I1, I2, I3) called inclusions or impurities. For the diamond colors, they are rated in alphabetical order D as totally colorless down to Z for slightly-colored diamond with yellow tones. The weight of a diamond is referred to as carat, and one carat is equivalent to 0.2 grams often confused with karat such as 24k gold, referring to the purity of gold. The setting is part of the engagement or wedding ring where the stone sits describing how the ring band clasps or hold the stone in place. The different options for the engagement or wedding band or metal include platinum, gold, silver, ceramic, tungsten, palladium, steel, and zirconium. Allow us to help you choose the best engagement or wedding ring for your special day, feel free to check our website for more information.Getting Down To Basics with Rings

Getting Down To Basics with Rings