All eyes were set on the dazzling engagement ring Megan Markle wore when she and Prince Harry announced their engagement on Monday.
If you've just recently become engaged to the love of your life, have you discussed what kind of engagement ring you'll wear? If you want to find something unique that represents your personal beliefs or even family heritage, the key is to create a customised engagment ring.
Deciding to propose is a wonderful step; after all, it is a gesture that truly symbolizes the love and commitment you share and a promise for a lasting future. Although the thought of a proposal may be incredibly intimidating for some, so is the thought of picking the engagement ring.
Every diamond is unique and special to each individual. But, it is widely held that a diamond's colour and clarity are it's most important features.
Diamond Colour Grades:
Every diamond has it's own colour range and some colours will be more desirable than others, it's most desirable colour is called fine colour.
Diamonds in the colourless to light yellow range are graded from D to Z, D being colourless and Z being light yellow. In most gemstones colour is sought after, but when it comes to diamonds the rarest are the colourless diamonds. Clear white, or transparent, diamonds are usually graded G-H and are the most expensive.
An historic emerald-cut diamond weighing 163-carats is set to sell for over $30 million USD when it goes on sale at Christie's in Geneva next month.
The D-flawless diamond named The Art de Grisogono, Creation 1, was unveiled at the Dubai Diamond conference on Tuesday. It first appeared in a necklace setting, before transforming into the centre piece of a bracelet.
Your wedding should be everything you've dreamed of. From the ceremony to the cake, it should be yours to remember for the rest of your days. Your ring shouldn't be any different. Whether you're looking for a colored diamond in a princess cut, or a diamond halo ring, you shouldn't have to compromise on your dream.