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Choose The Perfect Engagement Ring

How To Choose The Perfect Engagement Ring

It can be very challenging for couples who plan to marry to find the perfect engagement ring. Unlike in day’s past when the young man would choose a ring and present it to his intended, today it is increasingly common for the future bride and groom to select a ring together. We’re offering you a brief lesson in diamond education to help you find that perfect engagement ring, regardless of how you go about doing so.


Diamond Engagement Ring

Over their lifetimes, many couples will choose at least three rings: an engagement ring for when they plan to marry, a wedding ring for when they wed and to celebrate important milestones in their marriage, an anniversary ring. Many young couples already have a budget in mind when they go to the jewelry store and they buy their rings accordingly. A measuring standard which is still in use today is that the gentleman will purchase an engagement ring equal in price to one to two months of his salary. But, of course, this is a useful guideline for your consideration; you aren’t required to adhere to this standard.
You must select a setting even before looking at possible diamonds.  Only your budget, tastes, and imagination can limit your choice since there are from traditional Classic Solitaire setting, Setting with Sidestones, Pave setting, Tension setting, Three Stone setting to designer jewelry settings. You can also customize and build your own Three Stone Ring. There are engagement ring masterpieces worth considering that today's jewelry designers have created. DiamondJools allows you to choose the perfect setting and then find an attractive, certified diamond.
Attributes such as clarity, carat, cut, and color are taken in consideration when the diamond is priced. Reading “How to Choose the Perfect Diamond” will help you learn about each attribute in detail and what grade of diamond offers the best value for your budget.
But there are other factors that ultimately determine a diamond’s value besides shape (e.g. round, pear, marquise, oval, heart, etc.), cleaning, quality (or grade), and light performance.
Your work is done once you have chosen the setting and a diamond. DiamondJools will assure that your perfect engagement ring is prepared and ready for you to present it to your beloved as you ask for her hand in marriage.
At DiamondJools, we have just the right diamond for every love story.


Finding The Most Excellent Diamond Engagement Ring

An engagement, a time when she accepts a proposal of marriage from her beloved, is one of the most significant event in any woman’s life. She can expect to receive a diamond engagement ring, a sparkler that she will cherish the rest of her life as a sign of his love and commitment to her.
Clearly, you shouldn’t rush purchasing an engagement ring. Many men need a primer in diamond education, the sort of instruction which can ensure that he purchases the right diamond engagement ring. Since there are so many styles, shapes, & setting options for Engagement Rings, please read on for some helpful ring buying advice designed to make your choice the best one.

  • Quality - Some would say that there isn't such a thing as a poor quality engagement ring, but I beg to differ. Quite honestly, you’re choosing a lower quality rock if the ring doesn't include a diamond gemstone. Even if they look pretty, emeralds rubies, sapphires, and amethysts don’t rise to the level of hardness or have that special look of a diamond.  She'll know it too and wonder who convinced you otherwise!

  • Style – You may be familiar or not with her tastes in jewelry. A style of rings that always remains popular is the gold band so many women enjoy it but perhaps she would prefer a ring with diamonds embedded in the channel. Since she will be the one wearing the ring every day for many years to come, she needs to be comfortable with the style you select. If you think a custom-made ring would please her the most, try considering it.

  • Metal – You will find that yellow gold, white gold, and platinum are the three metals typically shown in a variety of wedding bands. Some retailers offer silver bands but they are cheap-looking and won’t stand the test of time so you should forget them. The most popular metal is yellow gold with 14k and 18k gold used. While retaining the worth of gold, white gold has the look of silver and it can be a choice she may prefer over yellow gold. The most durable metal is platinum; it is also the most expensive making it the perfect symbol of marriage that will stand the test of time.

  • Center Stone – many women prefer a single stone in the center of their gold diamond rings while other favor sidestones or three stones along with the center one. Round, princess, emerald, asscher, marquise, oval, radiant, pear, heart and cushion are popular shapes in which a diamond solitaire is cut. There are people who match personality traits with each shape but if you want to make the best investment, you won’t be disappointed with a round brilliant ring.

  • Other Considerations - You'll probably hear about the 4Cs of diamond characteristics (cut, carat, color, clarity), with cut already mentioned. The size of the diamond is called the carat, while color represents the natural color of the diamond; it comes in D,E and F grades that define the colorless and rarest diamonds and all the way down to Z, a yellow in color diamond. A diamond is described by its purity or other elements which give each one its unique look, like a birthmark, elements that define its clarity. You can still find very beautiful diamonds that look virtually the same as the most expensive grade of diamond but which are not at the very top of the scale and are, therefore, less expensive.

Of course, when purchasing a ring, you must consider your personal budget. Despite conventional wisdom, according to which you should spend at least two weeks of your salary on a diamond engagement ring, DiamondJools offers beautiful rings with really low prices . In order to find the perfect diamond engagement for a couple soon to be married, weigh her needs with your wallet.

Your local jeweler can help you choose a diamond for it can be mind-boggling deciding which one is best. At DiamondJools, our advisors will always stand by you, making your diamond education a fast learning experience.