You might fancy... Buying your own diamond, or diamonds

Posted on March 8, 2013 by The Diamond Ring Company There have been 0 comments

Following on from the idea of designing your very own engagement ring, there are a few ways that you can start a project like that....the most important one being, what shape of diamond most appeals to you?

  • The classic brilliant (round)
  • The neat princess (square)
  • The fancy Marquise (pointed oval)


Then there is a whole variety of 'mixed cuts' that are just that- a mix of a certain outlying shape but with a non traditional number of facets... For example, the Asscher. Gorgeous and modern! It is an octagonal shape with Emerald step cut style faceting.

The diamond shape you choose can say a lot about you and can also start the creative process in terms of what style of engagement ring ( or right hand ring for that matter!) you want to design yourself or look for. All diamonds can certainly be set in a classic solitaire ring style and that just shows off the stone itself...
You can browse through thousands of loose diamonds that The Diamond Ring Company has on offer... if for example, you want to make a statement of the stone itself and want all your budget to go on that, then you can always opt for the simple solitaire setting...

If you are looking to create something more complex, you can have a lot of fun looking through and choosing a variety of stones that you feel may sit nicely together eg. A central Marquise with a few pear shapes or brilliants on the side...

Or, you may simply want to own your own diamond... Hang on to it for a while... Think about what you want to do with it... and just enjoy having bought a single beautiful stone for yourself!

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