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What does your choice in diamond shape or enagement ring shape say about you?
Often the first step in choosing an engagement ring is determining the shape (round, princess, marquise, etc.) of the diamond you like best.
Shape describes a diamond's form, primarily as viewed from above; and although a round, or brilliant-cut, diamond is the most popular, there are many others to consider.
Did you know that the shape of diamond you prefer may reveal something about your personality, style or love life?
Engagement ring shopping should be fun, but can be a bit overwhelming at the same time. That’s why we are here to guide you through the entire engagement ring buying process.
We can’t wait to help you find your perfect match!
You have so many relationship milestones ahead of you, but for many couples the first major step is buying an engagement ring. Whether you plan to shop together or on your own, there are many choices you’ll need to consider when selecting the engagement ring of your dreams.
"I just got engaged! I love my ring so much and I want to make sure it sparkles like this forever! Do you have any tips for caring for engagement rings?"
Congratulations! We’re so happy to hear from newly engaged couples. We definitely can help you keep your engagement ring shiny and bright with these tips from our jewelry experts:
1) Have that ring insured!
This should be one of the first things you do after the excitement of being engaged. No one ever wants to think about their precious ring being damaged, lost or stolen, but unfortunately, it can happen.
And while the emotional value of your ring is impossible to replace, ring insurance can cover the replacement cost. Ring insurance can be bought as an extension to your renter’s or homeowner’s policy. Or, for more coverage (replacing the actual lost or stolen ring), consider a company that specializes in jewelry insurance. Here are some additional ring insurance tips:
I have never prayed over a material object as I did during these two days, because the ring was more than that. It had come from my soulmate. I was heart broken and devastated."
Spent and exhausted, Ciara posted on every yard-sale website in Clarksville. Her message was simple.
"If there are any good people left in this world, my wedding bands & engagement ring were lost last weekend...Please, please be a good soul and turn it in. I'm hoping it turns up. My husband and I have looked for 2 days now." Ciara also emailed all the local news websites, lost / found pages and soon had hundreds of people sharing her story across social media.
That same day, a woman in Clarksville found a ring in a parking lot. Naturally, she didn't know to whom it belonged but she noticed two engravings inside the ring. The first said "Gabriel & Co."
The second engraving was a serial number. EVERY GABRIEL & CO. ENGAGEMENT RING HAS A UNIQUE SERIAL NUMBER. NO TWO RINGS ARE ALIKE.