Multi-Tone Gold Engagement Rings
You are ready to ask for your beloveds hand in marriage, but which engagement ring should you pick for the big moment? Your prospective spouse has already indicated a preference for multi-tone gold rings, but do you go with a combination of white and rose gold or another option? Whether you are looking for two- or three-tone gold, a classic diamond, a stone, or a unique jewelry design, considering a few points will help you select the perfect engagement ring.What designs are available?
There are just as many styles of gold engagement rings as there are people who need to buy them. While gold is the favorite, engagement rings that look silver are also coveted, which makes white gold in combination with rose a great choice.
- Bands that are 10, 14, or 18 carat are available. The higher the carat number, the purer and softer the metal.
- Diamonds are a classic choice, but cubic zirconia and gemstones are also beautiful.
- Complete rings can be purchased, and bands with only a setting allow you to customize the ring with your own choice of stone.
- A white band with a rose inlay and one large diamond is simultaneously classic and contemporary.
- A band of white, yellow, and rose gold twisted together will match whatever tone of jewelry is worn with it.
- Intertwined tricolor bands encrusted with diamonds are stunning.
- A white gold band with a yellow Pave setting and a large honey diamond is dazzling.
Selecting a ring is extremely important. Here are some guidelines:
- Find the right size ring by checking other rings in your intended’s jewelry box.
- Match your beloveds taste by noting other rings that are worn, especially diamond ones.
- Select the gemstone. If you choose a diamond, make your decision based on cut, color, carat weight, and clarity. Keep in mind that a diamonds cut refers to the facets and not the shape. Diamonds come in many colors. White is the most popular diamond color, but yellow, pink, blue, purple, brown, black, and red diamonds are also available.
- Decide on the shape of the diamond or other gemstone. Popular shapes are classic round, square princess, rectangular emerald-cut, pear, oval, and heart.
- Select from Tiffany, bezel, channel, Pave, or eternity band settings.
The ring design is the most personal choice you can make. There are other ways, however, to give the ring even more special meaning. Engraving the inside of the band with the initials and wedding date commemorates the special day. There are several fonts and number styles available. Roman numerals are a common choice.
After the wedding, the engagement ring can be personalized by adding engravings or additional stones to mark anniversaries or momentous occasions like childrens birth dates. Keeping in mind the colors, band styles, settings, stones, and customizations available will help you select the perfect engagement ring.