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Updated on April 6, 2018

Princess Cut Engagement Rings

So you are about to pop that all important question. Of course you will need an engagement ring. No matter what the budget, a ring IS important. Don't listen to what she says, she is only trying to please you and work within what she thinks will be your comfort zone. However her true sense of knowing that you have really chosen her to be your mate needs that ring on her finger that says she is yours! Looking for the right diamond engagement ring Is a tremendous undertaking for almost all guys. In the first place, we don't usually shop for diamonds. This is something new and you need to get educated! This may be a huge investment, and you want to guarantee you're purchasing a diamond that she will fall head over heels like she is about you. There are all those words or terms you are just not use to.Words like princess cut, round cut, white gold, platinum,clarity, along with many others.

First of all you need to consider things about this all important ring that you may not have thought about. You want to choose the wow factor for her, but with the practical factor also added in. She will want to wear this ring all the time. That means that you do not want a ring that is so large that it will be heavy on her hand. You do not want a ring that is so clumsy that it actually "gets in the way". If the stone is too large and held in place with prongs that stick up too high, which by the way may look beautiful, it may snag or catch on clothing, or skin, or hair and really become a problem. Remember you are choosing something that will last "forever".

Choose your Diamond Truly, you want to choose a ring that will completely complement the hand of your bride to be. You do want your diamond to be of a fair size that looks attractive, however size is not all that matters. The quality of your diamond is important. This is the part that gives the value to your diamond.One thing that helps the quality comes from the clarity or what makes the diamond sparkle or reflect light. The cut of the diamond and how well that is done will cause the stone to reflect light, which is really what causes it's brilliance. Another thing that is important for value and quality is color. Actually there are more colors to diamonds than one might realize. If you are choosing a pretty much clear diamond then, the clarity is where you will notice more sparkle. There are also diamonds of blue, pink, yellow, and even black. Whatever you choose, for the ring for your girl, choose one that will make her happy, comfortable and not feeling like you just spent the money you were going to put toward a home. One very popular cut of diamond stone is the princess cut. It is square or sort of rectangle, and if cut well, will be very brilliant and look very new and contemporary.

Which shape diamond is your favorite?

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      Coffeebreak9am 5 years ago

      @favored: Oh yes, I think that one is quite pretty also. Thank you for visiting my lens.

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      Fay Favored 5 years ago from USA

      If I had to pick it would be the diamond engagement anniversary ring.

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      Heather Burns 6 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

      I have a Princess cut engagement ring that is almost 2 carats with baguettes on the side like one of your pictures! So yes, it is my favorite!

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