Diamond Engagement Ring Round
When selecting a diamond engagement
ring, one of the choices that has to be made is the shape. The shape doesn't necessarily influence the cost of
the ring. Of all the possible ring shapes, round is the most often chosen for an engagement ring, and a 14k two
tone gold diamond solitaire engagemnet ring be
a very pleasing choice, although yellow gold is not always the first choice for a setting. In that case a
platinum diamond solitaire engagement ring might
The round or brilliant cut diamond engagement ring gives the most sparkle and reflects the most light of any cut.
That is why it is also the most popular shape for an engagement ring. The round brilliant of today boasts 58
Diamond cutters for the past century have been using and advancing theories of mathematical
calculations and light behavior to maximize both the brilliance and fire in a round diamond. This is a good part of
the reason a round diamond can provide options for getting the most from your diamond as far as cut, color, and
clarity and still offer the best options for getting attributes such as fire and brilliance.
Fire and Brilliance in Round Diamonds
Fire in a diamond is rainbow like flashes of light most often experienced in situations where
overall lighting is subdued with scattered points of light. Dinner by candlelight could prove to be a good setting
to show off the fire in a diamond.
Brilliance is usually experienced when in an environment with intense lighting and displays a
lot of sparkling when light is reflected up through the surface of your diamond.
It is best to choose a diamond in one of the two highest grades in order to get the most in
A round diamond engagement ring can be purchased as a solitaire, or put into a setting with
accent stones. A round diamond, being compact, is complimentary to most hand and finger shapes as long as the
proper setting is selected.
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