Choosing The Solitaire Engagement Ring

One of the most famous engagement rings is the solitaire engagement ring. Though traditional in style, yet very classy and elegant in appearance. Any girl would be smitten by the timeless beauty and brilliance of the sole stone. 


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Several people still believe that a solitaire engagement ring is one of the most expensive engagement rings in the market because you have to use a larger stone than the average. For diamonds, the minimum size is usually 1 carat. But there are many factors that affect the cost of the solitaire engagement ring to go higher; these are the kind and size of gemstone, metal settings, and the design. 

The cost of the stone can greatly affect the cost of the solitaire diamond ring itself. They can go up to several thousands of dollars depending on the carat and quality of the diamond which is the most popular stone use in solitaire diamond rings. But if you want something unique and affordable, opt for a semi-precious gemstone like sapphire, emerald, jade and topaz, just to name a few. It will definitely depend on your taste and personality whatever stone you prefer. 

The metal settings also influence the cost of the solitaire engagement ring. Platinum is more expensive than yellow gold and white gold, but it is more brilliant and durable. So if you want something that can be an heirloom to your future family, go for platinum solitaire engagement rings. But if you have a limited budget and can't afford to buy a platinum one, yellow gold or white gold is also a good choice. Just like platinum, white gold can give the stone an added brilliance; but when you use a diamond in a yellow gold setting, the diamond will surely make a difference. 

The design will be composed of the size and style of the band and the shape and cut of the stone. If you'll be using a smaller stone, a narrow band would be a better choice because it would give the stone a larger appearance. There are also several shapes that can give the stone a bigger look; these are marquise, emerald, oval, and pear-shaped cut of stones. The cost will go up if you want a more elaborate design to your band like the modern solitaire engagement rings embellished with small stones along the band. 

Solitaire diamond rings the perfect engagement ring to be given to your future wife. No matter what the price is, its symbol, beauty and elegance would be the utmost important.