Create Your Own Ring
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Create Your Ring
Gone are the days when you bought ready made engagement rings from jewelry stores. Today, you can create your ring exclusively for any occasion. Stores that operate online allow the customers to create their own ring just by selecting the metal, the diamond, the carat weight, and the budget range.
Having said that, it’s important to know how you want it to be. It helps in creating a engagement ring that’s perfect for the occasion. What you should do to design your own ring?
Step 1: Choose Mounting
The first step to make your own ring is to choose mounting. It includes selection of the following things:
Setting Style – There are three types of setting styles viz. solitaire, side-stone, and matching-set
Diamond Shape - Select the diamond shape. Options include round, marquise, emerald, heart cut, pearl, oval cut, and many more.
Metal – The next thing is to select the metal. Either choose white gold, yellow gold, or platinum based on the preference.
Setting Price – Select the setting price. There are many pricing options to fit the budget of different individuals.
Step 2: Choose Diamond
Second step is selecting the diamond and its 4Cs i.e. cut, clarity, color, and carat weight. Carefully analyze the 4Cs and create your ring.
Cut – There are 4 options – fair, good, very good, and ideal. It’s important part of creating your own diamond jewelry.
Clarity – Various grades of clarity include flawless (F), internally flawless (IF), very slightly included (VSI), slightly included (SI), very slightly included (VVSI), etc.
Color – One can select color from range D to K.
Carat – Then there’s also an option to select the carat weight. Based on this the weight of the diamond, the price will be determined.
Shape of the diamond – Last but not the least the shape of the diamonds has to be selected.
Step 3: Review Your Ring
Have a final look at the outcome and make any necessary changes to the ring before finalizing the order. That’s it.
You can easily create your own engagement ring and present it to your fiancée on the big day.