Hot engagement ring trends - classic, antique and modern style.

For example, classic solitaires are very classy these days. Many women are choosing a classic form of solitaire Rings. These are assured of never going out of style and make good heritage rings.

Never the less, a traditional solitaire rings raises the diamond high.

Some people today prefer settings where the center stone sets lower, which creates a look that is elegant and comfortable. Another popular setting is one that is elaborately raised, is twisted band.

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And while the round cut continues to be popular, princess cut diamond rings are also preferred, oval diamond cut rings are plumping out as well as the emerald. 

The pave setting, where the band is studded with diamonds seamlessly, is elegant and is becoming more popular. The idea is that smaller stones are set so close together that no metal can be seen between them. This maximizes the wattage of the ring without pushing the cost too high.

Antique, vintage rings that your ancestors might have worn also are in style, which combines an historical, periodical look with current fashion. Looks for gold filigree settings, floral accents and gemstones.

The cuts typically are cushion, round, and Asscher, their larger facets reflect more fire under less light.

Getting more advanced are modern styles. This type features clean, streamlined designs for a cosmopolitan, chic look.

The happening styles feature a bezel-set diamond rings,surrounding pave set diamonds with the center stone and the most ultra modern look is where the diamond seems to "float," which is a type of tension setting.

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Diamond Wieght

Engagement rings with colored stones is also rising trend, with colored diamonds being quite affectionate, the ring radiate a violent and outrageous look. Many celebrities, such as Jennifer Lopez, have chosen colored diamond engagement rings and this has created their popularity.

For something different, consider new diamond cuts in the market. The hearts and arrow diamond cut which reflects heart impression and can increase the stone's fire.

Platinum - hands down the choice today

concerning the ring itself, platinum is definitely the hot trend. Platinum is becoming popular because of its rich luster sets off the brilliance of diamond like no other metal. This metal is naturally white and will always keep its shine, besides yellow gold, which may tarnish. Platinum is the strongest precious metal, and is twice as heavy as most gold alloy rings. 


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