Solitaire Engagement Rings

Solitaire Engagement Rings 101

Finally, time to choose an engagement ring? Isn’t as easy as you thought it’d be, right?

Hopefully, your partner has been dropping hints to give you an idea of the type of rings they like. If they haven’t you can always narrow down ring styles based on your partner’s personality.

Take a look at their jewelry collection to see what kind of jewelry designs they like. People with simple tastes with small pendants will probably be very happy with a solitaire for their engagement ring!

Solitaire engagement rings are classic and never go out of style. There are an elegance and timelessness to their simplicity that puts them in a league of their own.

Here’s what you need to know about solitaire engagement rings:

The Appeal of a Solitaire Diamond Ring

Appeal of a Solitaire Diamond Ring

The solitaire design focuses on showing off the beauty of the diamond by putting it in the center of a plain metal band. In a solitaire sing, the diamond is the center of attention.

It perfectly complements women with simple, happy-go-lucky personalities.

A shape of the diamond

Solitaire rings can have a variety of diamond shapes including, round, marquise, princess, emerald, pear, heart or any other cut you can think of. As long as the diamond is positioned in the middle of a plain band, it is considered a solitaire.

Classic solitaires are usually round or princess cuts but if you’re looking for some uniqueness then go for heart, pear or marquise shapes.

The band

 

The band of the ring depends on your partner’s preferences along with the quality and color of the diamond. Diamonds that have a yellow tinge will look better with yellow bands. If you are keen on vintage jewelry then rose gold jewelry is the way to go. If you’re looking for a shiny effect that can be spotted from across the room go with a white gold band.

The 4Cs

Because the emphasis on a solitaire ring is on the diamond, the gemstone needs to be of good quality. If the diamond has incisions or any other flaws, it will show. Do some research on the color, carat, cut and clarity of the diamond before you go ahead and make your purchase.

Provide the jeweler with a price range so they can help you pick out a diamond that looks good and fits your budget too.

Knowing your 4Cs can also help you get a great deal. In fact, knowing your diamonds might even help spend less than what you expected.

As soon as you decide on the above components, you’ll be able to find her a solitaire diamond ring she can’t resist!

Solitaire Jewelers offer a gorgeous collection of diamond engagement rings that consist of an array of styles including solitaire rings, three-stone-rings, cushion cuts and much more. You can pick a ring from their collection or work with their artisans to design your own ring!

Browse their collection online or visit them in their showroom in Honolulu, Hawaii!

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