Diamond are forever, so is our engagement ring - what do you guys think about its shape.
Which are the diamond shape would you considered for your engagement ring?
Here are some: have your one, - Round,Prince,Marquise,Oval,Cushion,
Trillion,Heart,Asher,Emerald, Pear and Radiant.
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And to answer your question, the engagement ring I'd want would look something like this: http://witchcraft-supplies.com/Jewelry/Rings/Q3099.jpg
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I find heart shaped diamond rings best for an engagement or wedding ring as they are indicative of love and romance. Other than the normal white diamonds which stands for purity you can also look into options with pink diamonds which is symbolic of romance.
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I prefer (and wanted and got) a simple, round, diamond. Somehow, to me, it represented "unpretentious simplicity" (Now that you mention it, I need to get a prong fixed one of these days..... )
I've always been fond of the emerald cut and the princess cut.
http://www.tiffany.com/Engagement/Item. … 4/0/0/1008
The perfect ring for me. I love princess cut, but this one is a Tiffany's design cushion cut with a diamond band set in platinum. It cost around $12,500 ;(
I have something that looks nothing like an engagement ring. I just don't want to have what lots of other people have.
My diamond is princess cut. Rounds have the most sparkle due to their cut. Odd shapes like marque or heart will have quite a bit less sparkle. Considering the statement "a diamond lasts forever" be sure to find one you'd like to be buried with. This will likely buying your setting and diamond separately. Ready to go rings like those found at chain stores are almost entirely lower quality diamonds and cost as much, if not more than, loose diamonds. If you're anywhere near the mid-west I would recommend our jeweler, Meierotto's mjewelry.com
I would vote for heart shaped…diamonds are romantic and what best to symbolize than the heart shaped diamond ring.
Well personally I like heart shape diamond for engagement rings but there are many other factors that must be considered while choosing diamond shapes, especially when it comes to engagement rings. I got some great tips for selecting diamond shape for engagement ring here in this article - How to Choose Perfect Diamond Shape?
I've always thought that the classic simplicity of a round stone is impossible to beat! there's a beauty and purity to the light you get from a brilliant stone that really speaks to me!!!!
Just bought a diamond engagement ring. My other half subtly (not at all) mentioned she prefers the idea and style of an eternity ring over a traditional solitaire etc
No idea about cuts etc (typical bloke in that sense) but found it interesting that there were so many blwydi options available to trip us up!
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