Welcome to Diamond Pendants India Ltd.
Diamond Pendants are
traditionally known as a symbol of love and proposing. When a man
asks a woman for her hand in marriage and in life, this ring is
offered. Traditionally, any ring is usable because the ring itself
is a continuous loop symbolizing eternity. But as victims of
society, now every man is pressured to use the most expensive
piece he can afford, typically a diamond ring. The general rule of
thumb is two to three month's salary to show his dedication and
Diamond became a tradition when the first one was given by
Archduke Maximilian of Austria to Mary of Burgundy in 1477. Now
it's become a widely practiced ritual by nearly every culture in
the world. More than 250 tons of earth is mined before a single 1
carat gem quality diamond is uncovered. The best quality diamonds
are usually set into platinum bands for people who prefer the best
of the best.
When shopping for an Diamond Pendants ring in diamond, platinum, or
else, there are 3 main steps you should follow:
- First you choose the center stone. Popular choices are
diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and sapphires. But depending on
taste, some women may enjoy more unique stones that are not
widely seen on other people's fingers.
- Choose the shape of the center stone. Popular designs are:
round brilliant, princess (square brilliant), emerald cut,
marquise, oval, pear, heart, and trillion.
- Choose the precious metal and style of setting. Many
settings are created for a certain shape and size of gems.
First, study the type of finger jewelry that she wears to get an
idea of her style and preferences. Then choose the setting that
matches best with the stone. Some women prefer gold jewelry
while others enjoy silver, white gold, and platinum - the white
metals. If she like silver, you don't want to get an expensive
diamond set in silver, so your best choices would be either
white gold or platinum. platinum are the most durable and
expensive in all of ring making, and usually only go with really
good quality diamonds and rubies. Emeralds are usually set in
yellow gold because they enhance the color of green.