The diamond ring prong setting is probably the most popular of all for those choosing a diamond ring. Four or six prong settings are often used although you can go to eight prong where four sets of two prongs grouped together provide extra security for the diamond.
The 14 Karat Rose Gold 1.33 ct Black & White diamond Heart Detail Ring will dazzle any man or woman who receives it as a gift in celebration of a special anniversary. This handsome ring is rich with diamonds and features lovely heart cutouts on each side. The 14 karat rose gold shines, while the domed center of the ring features sixty-nine round cut white diamonds in prong settings. Black diamond – seventy-six of them in all – surround the white ones in an elegant flanking pattern. This handsome ring contains a total diamond weight of 1.50 carats. It’s a ring that any special recipient will be proud to wear.
Crisp, clean, cuts are also more costly. The ideal cuts are between 53%-64% of the stone’s girth. The depth of the cut is ideally 58%-64% of the girth. Genuine diamonds have certificates verifying the cut, issued by qualified institutions and appraisers.
One thing that makes a princess cut timeless, is one never needs an excuse to buy or to wear one. They always look good adorned upon ones finger. Think about it, have you ever seen a good diamond ring on somebody and thought to yourself it was wrong? Sure that same person could wear flip-flops and socks, and that would look wrong, but the 鑽石戒指 on their hand would not. There is never a bad time for a diamond ring. Diamonds forever shine in the light, regardless of circumstances.
The most important thing that you must never miss before buying your diamond ring is the 4C’S of diamond that includes colour, carat, cut and clarity. These are the four important aspects of diamond and you must have the knowledge of these four aspects if you want a perfect diamond for your engagement ring.
An appraiser uses a magnifying glass, called a loupe, that magnifies 10 times to look into the interior of your diamond. You can do this on your own. Look for impurities, called inclusions in the trade. Of course, diamonds are formed naturally, so most inclusions are foreign materials planted in the diamond millions of years ago. A good diamond cutter will cut and polish to take care of the obvious inclusions. Grades go from IF (internally flawless: a completely pure diamond) to I3 (impurity visible to the naked eye). Obviously, the more clarity in a diamond, the greater the value. You don’t want a diamond with inclusions you can see with the naked eye.
Choose the band of the ring that you are going to be looking at purchasing. The band can be silver, gold, platinum, white gold, and even two tones (made with more than one metal). Sometimes you can opt for bands made of carbon fiber and titanium as well.