A Guide to Engagement Rings
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When it comes to choosing an engagement ring, you are presented with a lot of options, with the diamond ring being the most popular choice. However, you can stray from the traditional and opt for an emerald engagement ring to make the love of your life feel more special and unique.

Emeralds are precious stones, too

Emeralds come from a beryl mineral, and they are commonly found in South American mines. Aside from being extraordinarily beautiful, emeralds are known for their spiritual features. For instance, many people believe that wearing emeralds can increase their power of clairvoyance, while there are those who believe that wearing emeralds can heal their ailments. For a couple in love, an emerald engagement ring is a one-of-a-kind symbol of powerful, enduring love and commitment to each other.

An emerald also makes a engagement ring gemstone because it symbolizes power and elegance—qualities that are suitable for couples who love life and have an appreciation for anything that is elegant and magnificent. To add more value to your emerald engagement ring, have it customized by a professional jeweler or look into the one-of-a-kind designs that you can find in this website.

Choosing the right ring

When it comes to emerald, choose as you would a traditional diamond; make sure to go over the 4 C’s of cut, clarity, colour, and carat.

The cut pertains to the delicacy and precision of the emerald and is one of the most important determinants of the value of the stone. Cuts that are most suitable for emeralds include the emerald cut, square, oval, cabochons, and round. As for the colour, an emerald can come in different shades of green depending on the amount of vanadium and chromium that it has. The colour can also dictate the price of the emerald, together with its clarity. Finally, the emerald’s weight is measured in carats, and those with high colour and clarity range from 2 to 4 carats.

Get an expert to help you out

When shopping for an emerald engagement ring, turn to an expert jeweler who can tell you more about the stone. You should be informed if the stone was treated and to what extent it was treated. You should also know if the emerald is synthetic, which means that it was manufactured in a laboratory.

Also, keep in mind that there are emeralds that are made up of composite stones. This means that they are actually small emeralds fused together with imitation or synthetic stones. A professional jeweler will take his/her time to educate you on the stone and the ring that you want to give to your fiancée.

Buying your emerald ring online

To get started, look at the emerald engagement rings that we have in this website and read the detailed specifications we provide. We also have guides on other types of engagement rings, and these guides can help walk you through different types of gems, grades, bands, settings, colour, and other particulars.

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