Diamond Pendant And Earrings.
Illusion setting in diamond pendant and diamond earrings.
Diamond Ring Setting
Illusion setting vs prong setting in diamond ring, wedding ring or engagement ring.
Illusion setting was invented by Oscar Massin, from France back in the late 1860s. This is a jewelry design or technique of a prong setting with a shiny metal plate around the girdle of a faceted gemstone namely popular one are diamond ring, wedding ring or engagement ring, maximizing the size of the diamond. It diffuses the outline of the diamond causing the enhancing effect.
Customized 2.90ct GIA certificate round brilliant diamond pendant with 18K white gold and coupled with loose diamonds to enhance the design yet not over shining the main stone.
Today, eternity rings still convey the representative significance of undying and endless love and are generally given on a unique event. An eternity ring is a conventional gift, regularly given on the wedding as a reminder that the affection communicated on the big day is everlasting and as a symbol of the couple has spent together in marriage. Eternity rings can likewise be given to the love ones as a sentimental on special occasions, for example, wedding anniversary.
An eternity ring holds is its representation of the "Circle Of Life", due to this, it is often given when a couple welcome their first child to the world. Customarily the wedding band is the principal ring worn nearest to the heart. After the wedding ceremony the engagement ring is wear back onto the ring finger. If the eternity ring comes into place, the three rings are often worn on the ring finger of the left hand.
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