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Jewelry Site Offers Tips On Choosing An Engagement Ring


SAN DIEGO, CA - Having a quality engagement ring is essential if a person is going to propose in the traditional manner.

There are two things shoppers need to know and research before they shop for their engagement ring: the setting of the stone and the cut of the diamond. They can adjust these according to their budget when they get to the jeweler—they should not be embarrassed if what they want is a little out of their price range. A good jeweler will assist them in getting a sparkling engagement ring within their budget.

But knowing these two things will be essential before putting their money down on a ring that they later regret purchasing their engagement ring. The first thing to look for in their engagement ring is the setting of the stone. There are so many different options, but here are a popular few:

•Channel Set
•Wedding Sets

The next step is selecting the cut. “Cut refers to the proportions and shape of the finished diamond, and is the most important element in determining how much light the diamond will reflect,” according to Discount Gold Exchange. The cut of the diamond should be symmetrical and there should be no flaws, especially on the crown, where the most light will reflect off the engagement ring.

The ideal diamond engagement ring has 56 facets, or sides, from which to sparkle from shining light. With innovations in diamond technology, some jewelers have discovered a way to increase the number of facets, like the Kessler 81.

In the end, choosing the right engagement ring is a matter of personal taste; it’s not about the ring, it’s about their love for each other.

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