Engagement Rings

Engagement Ring History: The first diamond engagement ring was given by Archduke Maximillian of Austria toe Mary of Burgundy in 1477. It was that year that Archduke Maximillian of Hamburg gave a diamond engagement ring to Mary of Burgundy, the first such recorded occurrence which led to the modern diamond engagement ring tradition. Although the Archduke gave his bride a diamond engagement ring, it can’t be certain that it hadn’t happened before.

Diamond | Engagement Ring: Diamond is the most valuable and sought after jewel on Earth. It symbolizes love, eternity, togetherness and marriage; despite the fact that the diamond came into use far later than most gemstones. The reason for this is its hardness; people simply couldn’t cut diamonds until the fifteenth century, when someone discovered that one diamond could scratch another. Before shopping for a diamond, please make sure you know your 4C’s.

Diamond Engagement Ring: "Will you marry me?" The importance of these four words deserves the perfect engagement ring setting. Choosing an engagement ring these days is no easy task. When you consider the different sizes and shapes, stones and settings, the possibilities are endless. If you’re ready to pop the question but don’t know a thing about engagement ring, perhaps what follows can help. Basically, an engagement ring have three parts: the band is the part of the ring that goes around the finger. The setting is the part of the ring holding the stone. On some rings, the setting is pronged, while other settings are more “invisible.” For many, the stone is the most important part of an engagement setting. The size and the shape of the stone are usually a matter of budget. We have one of the widest selection of engagement ring settings from classic solitaires to three stone ring, diamond sidestone and gemstone side ring and even matching sets of engagement & wedding ring. Design Your Own Ring.