Unusual Diamond Rings

 


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Diamond rings are both standardized and unusual in and to themselves. If you are looking for unusual diamond rings, here are some things to consider when shopping.

If you have decided it is time to propose to your sweetheart, the next question you might have is about what sort of ring to put on her finger. While some women prefer the simple classic look of a diamond solitaire, others are not as easily pleased. For these women, unusual diamond rings can be a great way to show that you really understand her taste, and that you want her to be happy.

Some of the most unusual diamond rings today are those that use colored stones. Diamonds are not just found in the clear, crystalline color that we usually see. There are also canary yellow diamonds, blue diamonds of all shades, red diamonds and even pink diamonds available to make your diamond ring unusual. Of course, colored diamonds are a bit more expensive than traditional clear/white diamonds, but if you want something different, they are a great option.

Another option for unusual diamond rings is a different shape. The traditional round, or brilliant, shape is still the most popular option, but today's engagement rings also come in a variety of other shapes and styles. Pear shaped rings are popular, because they show a lot more of the diamond's surface area. This allows for a smaller carat weight to look like a larger size, and also reflects more light and shows more of the diamond's fire. Princess, or square, cut diamonds are extremely popular today – with many women opting for this style. A more modern look than the traditional round cut, a princess diamond can show a different sense of style. Other shapes that are used today include the heart shape, as well as the oval and emerald cut styles.

If you want to use a traditional sort of diamond, but don't want your ring to be boring or standard, there are still more options to set your ring apart from the rest. Using a different metal than the usual yellow gold or platinum is a great way to make a unusual statement. Try combining gold colors, such as yellow and white gold, or even rose gold, to make your diamond ring different. Or, go for the totally modern style and use titanium. This metal has gained a lot of popularity in jewelry making in the past few years – especially when it comes to wedding bands and engagement rings. Titanium is one of the world's strongest metals, but it is also very light – a perfect choice for a ring you'll be wearing every day.

No matter what way you choose to make your ring special, unusual diamond rings can be a great way to really show that you care about that special someone. Taking the time to pick out the perfect ring is guaranteed to make a big difference.

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