Engagement Ring Guide

Caesar’s engagement ring guide is designed to help you pick the perfect ring for your partner. With so many choices to make, choosing an engagement ring can be a daunting task. Price, style, and feel are all key factors to consider when purchasing a ring. In this guide, we outline each necessary component, so you are as confident about the ring, as you are about proposing.

There are four big decisions to make when you are choosing an engagement ring:

The first step is the gemstone as it is the focal point of the engagement ring. The traditional gemstone of choice is the diamond, but there are many stones to choose from to match your budget and style. Other popular choices for gemstones are sapphire, morganite, opal, emerald, pearl, aquamarine, ruby, amethyst, moonstone, tanzanite, alexandrite, and turquoise.

Gemstone Engagement Ring Guide

 
sapphire engagement ring guide

Sapphire

Morganite engagement ring guide

Morganite

emerald engagement ring guide

Emerald

opal engagement ring guide

Opal

 
 
pearl engagement ring guide

Pearl

aquamarine engagement ring guide

Aquamarine

ruby engagement ring guide

Ruby

turquoise engagement ring guide

Turquoise

 
Each of the gemstones and minerals has different properties and colors, which can suit a variety of wearers. The primary quality ratings and cost are determined by the stone’s cut, color, clarity, and carat. You can also choose not to use a gemstone and instead focus on the band metal and design. Many men’s rings are created without using any gemstones.

Secondly, you should decide on a fitting setting for the gemstones, if you choose to use them. There are many setting styles appropriate for people with various lifestyles and personalities.

Next, you should decide on an engagement ring metal for the band. This is often considered in conjunction with the setting style as certain settings can only be created with certain metals. However, the setting and the band can be formed using two different metals. In fact, there are many different colors and styles of metals from which to choose. Combining metals can create a unique, more personalized ring.

Finally, the engagement ring style and band shape should be considered. As with the other aspects of the engagement ring, the band shape will provide different levels of comfort and aesthetic to different people. Therefore, you should consider your partner’s lifestyle and preferred band style.

This engagement ring guide will assist you in designing a ring that is as beautiful and unique as your partner.