Engagement rings are usually decorated with centrally placed precious stones. It is the tradition. These are the solitaire rings. Apart from the stone, which sits in a more outstanding socket, there are usually more, smaller precious stones too.
In most cases, they have diamonds in them, which are “white”, or to be more precise, translucent, meaning they have no colour. Apart from that, other lovely stones can be chosen, too. The most eye-catching attribute of these stones is their colour. For example: sapphire-blue, ruby-red, aquamarine-blue, and emerald-green.
Right after the colour, toughness is the next important attribute. The tougher the stone, the longer it will endure and stay beautiful; hence the priority of diamonds. The invulnerability, the high endurance of this stone symbolizes the feelings of the groom towards his bride.
Gold is the metal of the jewellery’s body. White gold alloy is the most commonly used one, although yellowish or reddish toned alloys are possible as well. When a potential groom comes to our shop, wishing to buy an engagement ring unbeknownst to his beloved one, we ask him about his would-be-bride’s dressing style, favourite colours, figure and shape of hand. We strive to acquire the most of available information we can work with.