14k White Gold Princess Cut Floating Halo Engagement Ring

Quick Ring Buying Tips

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Engagement Rings
A Matter of Style

Hone in on your intended’s personal taste to discern a ring style direction, but you can’t go wrong with a classic and elegant four-prong solitaire with a round diamond.


Try Halo

If your budget can only accommodate a smaller diamond, choosing a halo setting is a great way to make the stone appear larger.


Shape Shifting

Fancy shapes such as marquise, oval, and pear also tend to appear larger than their carat weight and tend to cost less per carat, making them an excellent way to maximize your budget.

Wedding Rings
How Hard is It?

Platinum is an excellent option for wedding rings because of its strength and durability. It also keeps its white color where as white gold may need to be re-plated over time.


Exploring the Options

Contemporary metals such as cobalt, tungsten, and palladium are great alternatives to traditional metals and tend to cost less.


Mix or Match?

Some people prefer a matching wedding set, while others like to mix it up, choosing rings in different metals, or in a different, but complementary, style.

Consider Lifestyle
Due Diligence

People tend to wear their wedding jewelry more than any other jewelry. Diligent maintenance, that is, making sure the diamonds are securely set every 6 to 12 months, is paramount.


Height Matters

Consider the shape and height of the shank and head of the engagement ring when pairing it with a wedding ring. Wear and tear can occur if the two rub together excessively.


Keep Comfortable

Those for whom wearing a ring is a new experience may appreciate a comfort fit rings, where the inner surface slightly rounded.

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