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Wearing an engagement ring is every girl's dream. It can be adorned by a diamond or just a simple band. Either way, the importance is the meaning behind the wearing of it.
Before, the man bought the engagement ring without consulting his fiancée as he wanted to surprise her on the special day of their life. However as time passed, more couples are taking a gander at rings together and afterward talking about which rings she prefers and what amount will be spent on a ring.
When we think of an engagement ring we naturally think of a diamond ring. We believe that the bigger and more sparkly, the better! However, times are changing and these days it is very adequate to have a blend of precious stones and other birthstones or an alternate birthstone on its own.
Diamond is a birthstone but there are many other beautiful birthstones to choose from that are much less expensive than diamonds. So, if you are getting married and you have a tight budget or you just happen to like another stone more than diamonds then it is possible to pick another kind of birthstone.
With regards to a wedding ring, you can pick your birth month as your stone. You can also choose the most significant date to both of you, such as your first meeting, anniversary or even your first kiss. You can do anything since it is yours. Always remember that there is no standard to follow as long as you are happy then you can have the most stylish wedding ring.
Here are the birthstones for every month of the year with their implications, hues, and properties.
January - Garnet
The garnet symbolizes steadiness and energy. They are hard-wearing and tough. Many people consider garnets red however they come in a wide range of hues, for example, green, purple, yellow and even dark.
February - Amethyst
The amethyst speaks to truthfulness, assurance and peace. It is strong and it will last. It additionally arrives in a scope of tones from purple to violet, so you have numerous hues to look over.
March - Aquamarine
Sea green/blue symbolizes excellence, genuineness, and unwavering loyalty. It is accessible in a scope of tones from a greenish-blue to a dark blue. Not as hard-wearing and it should be shielded from scratching and sharp blows.
April - Diamond
They are images of adoration, quality, honesty, time everlasting. Because of its hardness, magnificence, and shimmer, it has turned into the most prevalent jewel to use in wedding rings. In any case, it has turned out to be extremely chic to blend other birthstone stones, such as, rubies or emeralds, along with diamonds on a ring.
May - Emerald
The Emerald speaks to love, achievement, and recuperating. It arrives in a range of green hues and is certain to get someone’s attention. Just be careful, emeralds are a softer delicate stone. Keep it away from being hit by any sharp blow that can damage the stone.
June - Pearl
The Pearl symbolizes immaculateness love, achievement, and joy. Pearls can arrive in a scope of hues from the outstanding white to dark, green, and yellow. They are not all that strong and you have to shield them from acids, moistness, and dryness.
July - Ruby
The dark red Ruby speaks to love, insurance, and agreement. Searing and sturdy, it is a gem for any lady to wear. Rubies have a hardness of 9.0 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. Among the natural gems only diamond is harder, with diamond having a Mohs hardness of 10.0
August - Peridot
Peridot symbolizes strength. It is sometimes called the evening emerald for its light green color. It was once believed that the green peridot crystals found in volcanic ashes were the tears of the volcano goddess, Pele.
September - Sapphire
Sapphire is identified with confidence, astuteness, and virtue. Generally, it is blue in color, yet it can be found in different hues, such as red, orange, light green or purple. Sapphire is exceptionally solid and strong. Like rubies, sapphires
October - Opal
The Opal proposes expectation, virtue, and purity. It can come in white, dim, or dark. Not all that hard-wearing as different diamonds and it must be shielded from daylight, drying out, or cleansers.
November - Topaz
The Topaz symbolizes loyalty and quality. It is frequently observed as splendid blue yet comes in a scope of different hues, for example, red, yellow, pink, peach, gold, green, and dark colored. Extremely strong and can scratch your other adornments. It can get paler in the event that you open it to broad daylight.
December - Turquoise
Turquoise speaks to agreement, satisfaction, and luckiness. It is accessible in hues from blue to green. It isn't so tough and should be shielded from scraping, daylight and cleansers.
Hopefully this will help you to find your perfect wedding ring. It is a once a lifetime event so you must have the best ring ever. Diamond maybe the girl’s best friend but a birthstone can be a great acquaintance too.
Here at Steven G Designs we don’t sell gold and diamond rings or genuine gemstone rings. But we do sell unique styles of exceptional quality sterling silver jewelry with AAAA cubic zirconia (CZ) that are used as simulated diamonds and simulated gemstones, such as, sapphire and amethyst. They might not be the real thing, but as our customers say, 'they sure do look like the real thing'. Usually, it takes a trained gemologist to know that the jewelry we sell is silver and simulated gemstones and not the real thing.
Many of our customers purchase their jewelry from Steven G Designs because they are traveling and don’t want to take their expensive real pieces. They never know when a valuable piece can get lost, stolen or worse, an armed hold-up can occur. If you will be traveling, then look at www.stevengdesigns.com and see if you can find something for your trip and have peace of mind.
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