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2017  |  Posted by Emily  |  Filed under black engagement rings, discount engagement rings, best wedding bands ireland boards ie

Take note of the type of rings she wears, small stones, large stones, or none at all.

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1950s wedding rings

2017  |  Posted by Emily  |  Filed under cheap engagement rings ireland, round diamond cut, bubble diamond rings

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These are often referred to as inclusions. The fewer inclusions, the better the quality of the stone. "Carat is the size or weight of the diamond. The larger the stone, the higher the cost. An advantage to buying antique engagement rings is that in the 1930s and 1940s jewelers often compensated for a smaller sized diamond by setting it in an intricately designed white gold, square-shaped box. These made the stone appear larger. Many settings featured rows of diamonds that were cut with an extra facet in the bottom of the stone. This was known as a mine cut. Edwardian Era (1900-1920) - With the invention of the oxyacetylene torch, platinum became the preferred metal for the period. The wedding bands were often crafted with lacy and pierced shapes, milgraining, filigree detail, and scrollwork. Rose-cut diamonds and sapphires were the preferred stones. Art Deco Era (1920-1930) - Art Deco antique engagement rings feature a streamlined geometric look.

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While modern day jewelers struggle to offer customers something unique and contemporary, the bride-to-be may be more inclined to appreciate the style and inherent charm of an antique.

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"Clarity takes into account the number, character, and visibility of flaws within the stone. Learn more...