Jewelry Education
Diamond Ring
About 4 C's ... Every diamond is a miracle of time and place and chance. Like snowflakes, no two are exactly alike.
You will be confronted with a dizzying array of choices when it comes to engagement rings. Have a price range in mind. Going in with fairly specific parameters will help your jeweler find the right engagement ring to fit your budget.
  • What kind of jewelry does she already wear?
  • Know her ring size
  • Are her preferences hard to pin down?
  • Know what diamond shape suits her
By now you have noticed her distinctive style in fashion and jewelry. Is she sporty and simple or does she prefer to go bold and blinged out. Perhaps, she is simply elegant and sophisticated. When she is wearing her favorite jewelry have you noticed if the metal is white or yellow? Whatever her particular style happens to be, share this with your jeweler as they are experts on translating her current style into the perfect bridal ring.
What Setting Makes Sense?
Solitaire Ring

A single stone. Still the most popular choice in engagement rings. The head secures the diamond. Prongs allow the diamond to catch the most light. A four-prong-setting shows more of the diamond, but a six-prong setting is often more secure.

Sidestone Ring

Diamonds or other gemstones, flank the main stone for additional sparkle or color. Popular sidestone settings include 'channel', which protects stones by keeping them flush, and 'bar-channel', which allows more light to enter the sidestones.

three stone
Three Stone Ring

Three Stone - One diamond for the past, one for the present, and one for the future. Typically, the center diamond is larger than the two side stones.

Pavee Ring

Pavee (pah-vey) - The main stone is surrounded by tiny diamonds to add sparkle and the illusion of greater size.

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