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The diamond ring was introduced in 1477, by Archduke Maximilian of Austria. He made a diamond crested ring for Mary of Burgundy. The ring was set with flat pieces of diamonds in the shape of an M. This marked the beginning of the trend of a diamond crested engagement ring.
Synthetic rutile is made from pure titanium oxide and is available in bold colors like red, blue, yellow, etc. It has a beautiful glow similar to that of original diamonds. Yttrium Aluminum Garnet (YAG) is a very popular product of simulated diamond. Although it has a low refractive index, it's one of the best types. It is successfully ruling the market since a long time due to its unique designs, colors, and above all, quality. Moissanite is a new entrant in the market made out of silicon carbide. Moissanite diamonds have high refractive index and has a sharp sparkle and fire. The beauty and quality of Moissanite is the best till date.
Engagement rings have come a long way from the iron rings of middle ages times to the diamond studded platinum rings on the market today. When we discuss jewelry, the very first thing that comes to mind is stars. Over time, stars have been seen donning some of the most exquisite pieces of jewelry including some spectacular engagement rings. Just about the most well-known engagement ring could be the one worn by late lady Diana, Princess of Wales. The ring had incredible 14 gemstones, an enormous 18 carat sapphire in the center, which was surrounded by 14 smaller diamonds. The 6 carat pink engagement ring given by Ben Affleck to Jennifer Lopez before their break up is also rather famous. Nikki Reed may be the latest celebrity to flaunt an incredible engagement ring.
The Victorians found a creepy and disgusting new way to declare their love with jewelry made from human hair and gemstones. With an attempt to make it a little romantic, they spelled out words of endearment and names of their darlings with the precious stones woven in hair.
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