Wedding ceremony gemstone engagement rings, and bands in general, symbolize the creation of an emotional bridge between you and your beloved.
If you are in the market for a sizable stone, colored stones give you
the opportunity to have a much larger stone without sacrificing quality
while preserving your budget.
Natural colored stones are an attractive way to personalize a betrothal band while looking modern.
As you dream about taking the first step of your life's journey together, the band you select mirrors the emotional gratification you feel.
"Giving meaning to our colored stones made designing and selecting our gemstone engagement rings so much easier. Your advice to interview jewelers and see jewelry in person was so much more fulfilling. We are looking forward to your performing our 'sparkling' ceremony. Thanks for all your help." Carole and Ralph, Florence, SC
Ornate vintage settings to modern simplicity in settings are all
easily available. Build a relationship with a local jeweler whose work
you admire. See colored stones in person and also look at a variety of
settings for engagement rings.
Or design your own setting working with your jeweler to reflect your individual style.
You can view and select gemstone engagement rings that are vintage looking engagement rings, sophisticated, dramatic and seductive with a lot of depth - like your relationship. Or perhaps you want your bands to reflect your vivaciousness. Colored stones can create a high-visibility brilliance on your finger and look like an adrenaline rush feels.
Jewelry preferences are as varied as today's definitions of marriage itself.
You can take pride in the fact that you don't have to do things the way other couples do. You can simply and easily put your own stamp on your rings and wedding jewelry.
Let's say you love pink. And you are budget-conscious.
You could delight in affordable cat's-eye tourmaline, or the very affordable star rose quartz.
Love pink and less price sensitive? Then turn your attention to the pricey pink star sapphire.
Many people throughout history believe that colors are power, and
that colored stones are particularly powerful as gemstone engagement