engagement rings. Thursday , July 06th , 2017 - 09:10:21 AM
A diamond is considered to be the genuine expression of love. Precious diamonds leave tell tale signs of numerous romances from the past. These valuable stones are witness to the love between a man and woman and have their own stories to tell.
Art Deco engagement rings usually have quite a flat band with either a large stone or alternatively large groups of stones. The stones are normally cut in one or more styles including emerald cut, pear cut, pentagon, triangle trillion cut, trapezoid or marquise. Popular metals for the rings were rhodium, palladium and platinum. The design often consisted of a single large stone which had a number of small square or triangular stones surrounding it. Contrasting colours were also frequently part of the design.
The blue hills ring comprises two rarest of rare varieties of gemstones namely the trillion cut Swiss Blue topaz and White sapphire. The ring is made from 18K gold setting. Too good a pick to be true!
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