Things to Know When Creating Your Own Ring

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Shane Co. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

 

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There are so many things to know when you’re about to make that huge purchase of an engagement ring and I talked about most of it in my first post here. In that post I talked about gaining knowledge of diamonds like the 4 Cs that’s connected with diamonds which is clarity, color, cut and carat. Now on this post the first thing I’ll talk about styles of engagement rings and you will find them below and you can find them all at the Shane Co.

 

 

Solitaire RingTaking its name from the French for ”alone”, a solitaire ring carries one single diamond. Possibly the most popular style of engagement ring, this design boasts elegance in its simplicity. The gemstone is usually set high, which allows the diamond maximum exposure to light, enhancing its brilliance. It is perhaps best suited to a woman who prefers classic style. You can view solitaire rings here!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Halo ring

This “ethereal” style ring has a central gemstone surrounded by a “halo” of smaller diamonds to emphasize its sparkle and make it appear larger. Best suited to the fashion-forward woman, this design seems set to become the ”new classic”. You can view halo rings here!!!

 

 

 

 

Three Gemstone

Also known as a trinity or trilogy ring, this design sports a trio of gemstones, symbolizing your past, present and future together. The center gemstone is usually set higher than the complementary side gemstones to highlight the (usually) larger gemstone and add depth to the ring. It’s a wonderful choice for the woman who is sentimental and enjoys symbolism. You can view three-gemstone rings here!!!

 

 

 

 

Pave

Taking its name from the French word for ‘paved’, the gemstones on a pave ring are set as close together as possible so that little or no metal is shown. The encrusted diamonds give the band the appearance of a solid diamond surface. If super-sparkle is what you’re after, this design could be the perfect choice. You can view the pave rings here!!!

 

 

 

Cathedral

The center diamond in a cathedral setting is firmly nested between bands extending from each side. They angle up in such a way that draws the eye to the gemstone. This type of engagement ring setting provides good protection for the diamond so is a good choice for a woman on the go. You can view the cathedral rings here!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vintage

Timeless beauty is always in style. Shane Co.’s “reinvented vintage” engagement rings possess splendor from a bygone era but exhibit a contemporary twist. Using a combination of engravings, milgrain detailing and a certain “je ne sais quoi”, their romance and intrigue know no bounds. You can view the vintage rings here!!!

 

 

 

 

Channel-Set

Small diamonds are embedded along the band to extend the brilliance of the center diamond. This style will inspire the modern woman thanks to its fresh, modern look. You can view channel-set rings here!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Swirl

Feminine, romantic and pretty, this style of engagement ring features a “swirl” or metal around the diamond. Usually sold as part of a set, the wedding band offers a perfect fit to the unusual, dreamy shape. An artistic, creative woman may be drawn to this ring. You can view the swirl rings here!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Colored Gemstone

While diamonds are the traditional gem for an engagement ring, sapphires and rubies are also used – either as the center gemstone or as accent (side) gemstones to complement a diamond. Well-suited to a woman with a unique sense of style, colored gemstones add a special – almost royal – dimension to an engagement ring. Not to mention the fact that your money will go further. You can view the colored gemstone rings here!!!

 

 

 

 

Now guys, whether your soon-to-be-wife like engagement rings or just wedding bands, Shane Co. has you covered in some of the most precious diamonds you will ever find. Shane CO. will educate you both ring styles and you can go here to see what the ring of your choice is. Shane Co. has a vast variety of rings to choose from and you can even design your own ring by visiting the site.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Shane Co. The opinions and text are all mine.

There are so many things to know when you’re about to make that huge purchase of an engagement ring and I talked about most of it in my first post here. In that post I talked about gaining knowledge of diamonds like the 4 Cs that’s connected with diamonds which is clarity, color, cut and carat. Now on this post the first thing I’ll talk about styles of engagement rings and you will find them below and you can find them all at the Shane Co.

Taking its name from the French for “alone”, a solitaire ring carries one single diamond. Possibly the most popular style of engagement ring, this design boasts elegance in its simplicity. The gemstone is usually set high, which allows the diamond maximum exposure to light, enhancing its brilliance. It is perhaps best suited to a woman who prefers classic style. You can view solitaire rings here!!!

This “ethereal” style ring has a central gemstone surrounded by a “halo” of smaller diamonds to emphasize its sparkle and make it appear larger. Best suited to the fashion-forward woman, this design seems set to become the “new classic”. You can view halo rings here!!!

Also known as a trinity or trilogy ring, this design sports a trio of gemstones, symbolizing your past, present and future together. The center gemstone is usually set higher than the complementary side gemstones to highlight the (usually) larger gemstone and add depth to the ring. It’s a wonderful choice for the woman who is sentimental and enjoys symbolism. You can view three-gemstone rings here!!!

Taking its name from the French word for ‘paved’, the gemstones on a pave ring are set as close together as possible so that little or no metal is shown. The encrusted diamonds give the band the appearance of a solid diamond surface. If super-sparkle is what you’re after, this design could be the perfect choice. You can view the pave rings here!!!

The center diamond in a cathedral setting is firmly nested between bands extending from each side. They angle up in such a way that draws the eye to the gemstone. This type of engagement ring setting provides good protection for the diamond so is a good choice for a woman on the go. You can view the cathedral rings here!!!

Timeless beauty is always in style. Shane Co.’s “reinvented vintage” engagement rings possess splendor from a bygone era but exhibit a contemporary twist. Using a combination of engravings, milgrain detailing and a certain “je ne sais quoi”, their romance and intrigue know no bounds. You can view the vintage rings here!!!

Small diamonds are embedded along the band to extend the brilliance of the center diamond. This style will inspire the modern woman thanks to its fresh, modern look. You can view channel-set rings here!!!

Feminine, romantic and pretty, this style of engagement ring features a “swirl” or metal around the diamond. Usually sold as part of a set, the wedding band offers a perfect fit to the unusual, dreamy shape. An artistic, creative woman may be drawn to this ring. You can view the swirl rings here!!!

While diamonds are the traditional gem for an engagement ring, sapphires and rubies are also used – either as the center gemstone or as accent (side) gemstones to complement a diamond. Well-suited to a woman with a unique sense of style, colored gemstones add a special – almost royal – dimension to an engagement ring. Not to mention the fact that your money will go further. You can view the colored gemstone rings here!!!

Now guys, whether your soon-to-be-wife like engagement rings or just wedding bands, Shane Co. has you covered in some of the most precious diamonds you will ever find. Shane CO. will educate you both ring styles and you can go here to see what the ring of your choice is. Shane Co. has a vast variety of rings to choose from and you can even design your own ring by visiting the site.

 

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Shane Co. The opinions and text are all mine.

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