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Posted on Wednesday, March 30th, 2022 in Engagement Rings.
When it comes to engagement rings, there are countless styles to choose from. Some individuals prefer the simplicity of a solitaire ring while others seek a unique, one-of-a-kind ring with lots of sparkle. Some of today’s most popular engagement ring styles include rings with diamond accents on the band, three stone rings, and unique halo rings. However, right now there’s one engagement ring style that we create more than any other. And that style is… a yellow gold solitaire engagement ring featuring an elongated diamond.
We often create our solitaire engagement rings with a narrow band (one that’s not too narrow and is thick enough to stand up to everyday wear without breaking easily). This design allows the diamond to be the focal point of the engagement ring while also giving the ring a dainty, feminine appearance. It can also make the center diamond appear larger.
Recently, yellow gold has been one of the most popular choices for engagement rings. This color metal brings a classic touch to the ring and requires less maintenance compared to its white gold counterpart. Since gold is naturally yellow in color, white metals are added to it to create white gold jewelry. Overtime, these metals can wear off, meaning a white gold ring will likely need to be re-plated in rhodium every few years, an extra cost that can add up over time. Yellow gold, on the other hand, does not need to be re-plated to maintain its color.
As for the center gemstone set in our solitaire rings, oval diamonds are by far the most popular choice right now. These diamonds offer a bigger look than round diamonds and have a brilliant sparkle. The second most popular gemstone shape for our solitaire engagement rings is currently emerald cut. This diamond shape creates a sophisticated, sleek look for the engagement ring. And finally, we’ve been receiving more requests for radiant cut diamonds, a trend we expect to continue through the rest of the year. All three of these elongated shapes have a slimming effect on the finger, making them appear longer and thinner.
Here are just some of the solitaire engagement rings we’ve created recently for our clients.
If you have any questions regarding solitaire engagement rings (or any other style of engagement ring), feel free to contact us at 414-276-2457 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can view part of our engagement ring collection online here.