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Engagement Ring Guide For Beginners

Engagement Ring Guide O for beginners Picking an engagement ring can be a tough task. This guide is here to help give you a guide or checklist to know exactly what you are looking for and need before walking into the jewelry store. Let's Get STARTED THE SETTING Solitaire Halo 3 Stone Picking your setting at the start helps you pick the overall theme, style and design of the engagement ring that you want, whether you are looking for a three stone ring, simple solitaire, halo or an accented ring. Accent Stones Criss Cross Split Shank Nert if the DÍAMOND THE SHAPE Choosing the right shape helps give the ring an overall impression. It's one of the first things people will notice. So make it unique or keep it classic, either way, your jeweler can help you find exactly what you want! BRILLIANT | OVAL | PEAR | MARQUISE | TRILLIANT | CUSHION | ASSCHER | PRINCESS | EMERALD THE CUT Diameter Table Aside from the shape, the cut helps to let the light refract off of the crystalline Crown Height Crown Angle Girdle structure of the diamond. This makes Pavillion Angle it sparkle and shine. The more ideal Pavillion Depth the cut, the more brilliant the stone. This image will give you a brief insight into the important aspects to any diamond's cut. Cutlet THE COLOR The color of your diamond determines a lot about the stone. Typically the more colorless the diamond, the higher the quality and value. The color spectrum of diamonds may be tricky because the diamond color alphabet starts with 'D'. This diagram can help you to better understand where the diamond you want falls on the chart! E G J K M N P R S-Z Colorless Near-Colorless Yellow Tinge Noticeable Color Jancu Diamond: These diamonds are more rare and valuable because their deep yellow color falls out of the normal spectrum range. A truly perfect dimaond is hard to THE CLARITY F come by. For any diamond, the spots and specs that occur naturally are called 'inclusions' - these are minor imperfections in the stone that occur when they are formed. Inclusions occur naturally in all stones. Although most of these inclusions cannot be seen by the naked eye, you Flawless IE Internally Flawless will want to be sure to pick the right quality for the best clarity. WS1 - WS2 Very, Very Slight Inclusions .50ct THE CARAT 5.20mm VS1 - VS2 Very Slight Inclusions The carat is the unit in 1.00ct 6.50 mm which diamonds are Slı - Sl2 - Sl3 Slight Inclusions sized. The larger the carat, the larger the 1.25 ct 7.00mm size of the diamond. The carat is based 1.50ct off of mass where 7.50mm 1 - 12 - 13 Included one carat is equal to 200mg in weight. 1.75ct 7.80mm 2.00ct 8.20mm 2.50 ct 9.00mm Will you marry me? Yes! Sponsered by. DISTINCTIVEGOLD.COM

Engagement Ring Guide For Beginners

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This is a guide to give both men and women a quick fact sheet on what to expect and look for when looking for an engagement ring. Decipher the jargon that jewelers use when shopping and be prepared be...


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