Your engagement ring and wedding bands are probably something that not only have a lot of sentimental value to you, but also a lot of financial value as well. Just as you would any other asset (like a car or ... read more
After you figure out your engagement ring(s), the next question on the table is the wedding band. Essentially the same thing as a wedding ring, a wedding band is what you put on your spouse’s finger when exchanging vows at ... read more
Diamond alternatives are becoming more and more fashionable for engagement rings, especially among the younger generations. There are several reasons for this ranging from budget, to eco-consciousness, to simply wanting something unique. These reasons could all explain why morganite is ... read more
Buying a wedding ring is a fun experience that gets you and your future spouse even more excited to tie the knot. While you may have the exact ring in mind that you want to wear day in and day ... read more
Buying a wedding ring is a fun process, and thanks to the Internet there are now more options than ever as far as finding the perfect ring goes. No longer are you bound to the constraints of visiting a store. ... read more
There’s a new darling in the alternative engagement ring stone game: moissanite. This stone has become massively popular in the past few years, with many couples choosing this glittering gem for their engagement rings instead of the traditional diamond. In ... read more
Finding an engagement ring is a lot like finding a soul mate. Your partner (or you) walks into a jewelry store, looks down at the display case full of diamonds, and waits for one stone to call out your name. ... read more
In 1947, copywriter Frances Gerety changed the world with four simple words: “A diamond is forever.” Her work became part of De Beers’ 1948 ad campaign, and it solidified the public’s belief that a diamond ring is the only way ... read more
Although some people use the terms “engagement ring” and “wedding ring” interchangeably, the two are not the same. An engagement ring signifies an intent to be married, while a wedding ring is only worn after tying the knot. The history ... read more
When shopping for an engagement or wedding ring (or any wedding jewelry for that matter) you’re likely to encounter a few complicated terms in the process. While a good jeweler with a sense of customer service will be able to ... read more
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