The word vintage attracts a lot. And wearing some vintage dress, makes anyone awesome. Finding the perfect Vintage Rings is usually comprised of two parts. 1. The centre diamond or gemstone. 2. The ring style. If shopping with your significant other, it is a little easier to decide on a ring style. You can use their input to narrow the options around style, metal colour, and diamond shape. There are many ways to shop together, including visiting stores or browsing online together. The rings are 3D printed replicas that look exactly like the real diamond engagement ring. This is an excellent balance as it allows you to browse comfortably at home and avoid the discomfort of going to stores together.
Once she has chosen her favourite style, he can go back and customize the ring with metal and diamond. This way, the final circle is still a surprise, but she has had input on selecting it. There are so many ways nowadays, with online shopping, to drop a hint or send some subtle reminders. It can even be as simple as browsing rings on his laptop so that he gets retargeted with the styles and brand that you like.
However, whichever way you decide to shop, it should be a part of your personal story and make the two of you happy.
What To Keep In Mind While Selecting The Best Vintage Rings?
As you are ring shopping, it’s most important to pay attention to the “four Cs.” You’ve probably heard them before but might not know precisely what they are.
This is part of what affects the sparkle. It’s not the shape of your diamond, but the way the form is to cut. You want to make sure the form is to cut with proper proportions. The diamond should be not too shallow but not too deep, either.
A flawless diamond has perfect clarity. This is about the visual appearance of characteristics called inclusions and blemishes. The less there are and the smaller they mean higher clarity.
The most common of the Cs is probably carats. This is the way your diamond is measured. The bigger the carat, the bigger the diamond.
The body colour of the diamond ranges from colourless to light yellow for a traditional white diamond. Colourless is usually the preference for someone looking for a white diamond. Of course, there are sorts of different coloured stones nowadays, and we don’t hate the trend!
Aside from the four Cs, while you are ring shopping, you should also consider the shape, the setting, and a wedding band. Popular ways for diamonds include princess, round, oval, cushion, and pear. It all just depends on your preference to look.
The setting is how the diamond sits on the ring and the design of the band of the ring. A typical configuration is a halo, where a circle of smaller diamonds surrounds the centre stone. Another ideal setting is the classic solitaire, where it is just the diamond itself.
Lastly, You’ll likely wear both rings at the same time a majority of the time once you are married, so you’ll want to think about how the ring will look with a band.