The simple beauty of a diamond solitaire engagement ring makes this standout design one of the most celebrated in jewelry. The center diamond is the standout feature and fully customizable - select your favorite diamond shape, setting type and precious metal to create a uniquely personal masterpiece that will be cherished for a lifetime.
<p>Is gold or platinum better for an engagement ring?</p><p>Gold is a slightly less expensive than platinum and is a popular choice for engagement rings. Remember, if you select white gold, you will need to periodically have your ring rhodium plated to keep the shiny white lustre. Platinum is heavier and can feel more substantial on the finger. It also requires almost no maintenance and is a durable alternative to gold, which is a softer metal.</p><p>What are the “Four C’s”</p><p>Cut: A diamond´s cut is considered the most important characteristic because it is what gives a diamond its brilliance. The angles and finish of a diamond are what determines its ability to handle light.</p><p>Clarity: A diamond’s clarity is determined by the amount and visibility of inclusions (the tiny pinpoints, markings and clouding that can affect a diamond’s overall appearance). The fewer inclusions there are, the higher the diamond’s value.</p><p><b>Color:</b> Natural diamonds have a wide range of colors ranging from completely colorless to slightly yellow, or brown. Generally, the less color a diamond has, the more valuable it is.</p><p>Carat: The unit of measurement for a diamond's weight is known as a carat. This is one of the major factors that determine a diamond’s price. The value increases exponentially for higher carat weights.</p><p>Can an engagement ring be resized?</p><p>All of our engagement rings can be resized. Contact us for more information on how to send us back your ring for sizing.</p>