Every person is an individual, amazing and unique creation of love. Though people share similarities, both physical and behavioral, no two are ever exactly alike – that's what makes us so special. Like the hands that wear them, no two engagement rings are ever identical either. The three aspects of Design, Diamond, and Color define a ring's uniquen...
Every person is an individual, amazing and unique creation of love. Though people share similarities, both physical and behavioral, no two are ever exactly alike – that's what makes us so special. Like the hands that wear them, no two engagement rings are ever identical either. The three aspects of Design, Diamond, and Color define a ring's uniqueness, and let you know that this one is truly yours. Design
When it comes to design, there are two ways of talking: style and setting. Speaking of style is a broad overarching category, describing the aesthetics of the way the designer approached the ring, much like discussing artistic movements (impressionism, cubism, ect.) As with artistic movements, each style embraces particular techniques and approaches that create the signature look of that style. Diamond engagement ring styles are often categorized into Classic, Vintage, and Modern, and when a design crosses boundaries, blends approaches, or experiments outside these modes, it is styled "unique." When design means "setting" the topics are a huge list of techniques, from the way the stone is attached to the band to the way the band is made to the patterns and interplay of stones, shapes, metal, and space.
Note, don't get confused between a "unique" design and one that is a one-of-a-kind production. A custom-made never to be reproduced design will be clearly stated as such, and have the price tag to match! Building uniqueness into an engagement ring is most often accomplished by the personalization of design choice combined with the selection of diamond and color. Diamond
Each and every diamond is a unique individual – that's not romance, it's science! Every diamond will have tiny differences in the 4Cs, and even the diamonds that wear the same classification will have definite differences. That particular inclusion, this slight mathematical proportion, the tiny alteration of light; it all adds up to a unique diamond "fingerprint," making your diamond selection one of the most striking ways to make your diamond engagement ring perfectly unique.
Of the 4Cs, the cut has the biggest influence over the ring. Selecting a particular cut to the stone completely alters the shape, reflection, and appearance of the diamond, which in turn drastically affects how it can be set into the design and how it interacts with the design to create style and feel. Color
Color takes several different approaches. The primary color relation in an engagement ring is the metal used. Each precious metal has its own unique tone, luster, and sheen, and these can be amplified with various polishing techniques and treatments, offset with contrast, and used to further underscore the design and diamond aspects. Mixed metal applications can make an engagement ring setting extra-exciting by playing off these differences and using them to boldly amplify the uniqueness and style. Moreover, the exact blend of a gold alloy or metal type can subtly alter the look of the setting, and the effects of wear, from micro scratches to patina, further affect the color and appearance; so the longer your ring is a part of you, the more unique to you it will become.
The most showy aspect of color is the inclusion of colored stones, from gemstones to colored diamonds. Setting techniques can even back a clear diamond in colored metal so that the tint shines through. Selecting a showy colored feature stone or bringing gemstone details into the setting give engagement rings
an intensely personal feel and daring confidence. Use your favorite color aspects to create a look and feel that compliments your unique personality and style.
The formula to make a unique engagement ring comes down to the three categories of Design, Diamonds, and Color. Diamond engagement rings (and their gemstone counterparts) are typically sold fist by choosing a design setting, then by selecting the color options for that setting, and then by selecting the specific unique diamond(s) that will be placed in it. Some designer engagement rings may have fewer options, leaving you to select from the designer's own choices in color and diamond. Whatever you choose, your ring will be a unique creation of elements and a unique part of you, your love, and your life. Find the combination that resonates with you and get your own unique diamond engagement ring