This infographic by Libertons provides an overview of women’s opinions on style, choice and cost of their ideal engagement ring.
Beyond their sparkle, gemstones always have an interesting history. January’s gem, the garnet, perfectly illustrates this. There is a lot to know about the January birthstone which will make one realize how precious it really is. Brilliance.com has come up with an infographic for the new year which is fittingly all about the garnet.
Getting ready to pop the question to that special someone? Brilliance has got your back with this helpful infographic on how to find that engagement ring that complements her unique style. You can read up on important aspects of engagement ring buying via sections like budget factors, choice of metals, how to choose a diamond setting, choosing the diamond itself, diamond shapes, the surprise factor, making your purchase, and how to protect your purchase.
Mae West, iconic siren of the 1920s, once said “I never worry about diets. The only carrots that interest me are the number of carats in a diamond.” Whether you chase diamonds like Mae or gravitate towards simple, elegant pieces, the ability to choose the right jewelry for the right occasion can be yours. Learn more in the following infographic from the folks at Presta.
If you are hoping to impress a loved one with a diamond ring this year why not do the smart thing and buy from a reputable diamond trader? By commissioning a jewellery designer you will not only get a ring made just for you but could also save yourself a considerable amount of money!
The following infographic from Trauringe-Online.de provides some interesting facts about engagement rings including the engagement ring’s history (first diamond engagement ring, ancient Egyptians and their traditions etc), ring statistics and some mind blowing facts like which is the most expensive engagement ring in the history.
Diamonds have long been valued by people. We value them for many reasons including as a commodity, as a sign of love and also as a status symbol. The infographic below, published by DeBretts Online Jewellery, has many useful gems if information that will perhaps explain why we put so much value on these trinkets.
It is said that birthstones came to be when the Jewish historian Josephus made a connection between the twelve stones on Aaron’s breastplate and the twelve months in a year and its respective Zodiac Signs. This at least, is one of the more popular background stories on its Western origin, but there are at least a dozen others claiming to have propagated the idea of birthstones.
Let’s face it: buying a diamond can feel overwhelming and sometimes downright confusing. This is especially true if you’re shopping on a budget. The following diamond buying guide by Brilliance provides some tips on how to save money and still get that “WOW” factor when buying a diamond or a ring.