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Gemstones for engagement rings, which one to choose?

  There are 4 precious stones for engagement rings, today we tell you the keys to know which is the perfect gemstone for your engagement ring . An engagement ring is one of the most important jewels in life, it is the jewel that contains the most love. That is why all the details must be carefully chosen, so that it is a ring to the liking of the person who will wear it. The engagement rings should be made of gold, a durable material as the relationship to which we are committing, and usually carry a single gemstone, or several small gems. Today we are talking about the 4 precious stones for engagement rings, which are: diamond, ruby, sapphire and emerald. The diamond, the eternal purity The diamond is the gemstone for engagement rings par excellence. In an engagement ring we want to reflect all the feelings that our relationship will harbor: clarity, eternal love, purity ... That is why the diamond is the best representation; a precious stone that is difficult to extract, full of ligh

Which diamond is best to invest for an engagement ring?

What makes colored diamonds so sought after? Colored diamonds are a rarity. It is estimated that just one of natural diamonds have it. And only 1% of that 1% are roses. Hence they are so extremely valuable. Red and pink diamonds acquire their color because at some point during the formation process they experience abrupt and localized? over pressure that alters the normal packing in a given area, thus giving rise to a layer or strip that interacts with visible light in a different way, absorbing part of it, which favors its coloration. A diamond is one of the forms, variants or allotropes in which the chemical element carbon occurs. Specifically, diamonds are crystalline structures that are formed when, as a result of the enormous pressures and temperatures that occur inside the planet, clusters of carbon atoms - of the order of many billions - are arranged and unite forming a solidly packed three-dimensional network that, later, and due to geological processes, end up reaching the ea