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Published on: 14 Feb 2018 by deva

The engagement ring: imperishable as love

engagement ring has been the most important symbol of vows for centuries and in
many cultures. In ancient Egypt, ancient Greece and the Roman Empire,
engagement rings were worn as well as in the European Middle Ages. They
were often forged first of iron or even of gold, very simply worked or
symbolically decorated, for example with a key or with holding
hands. Engagement and marriage were in earlier centuries usually less
romantic events than today. In the Middle Ages, for example, the engagement
ring confirmed the successful bridal trade. Nevertheless, the ring itself
has always had a deep emotional meaning: its round shape without beginning and
end has always made it the perfect symbol for the lifelong bondage of two

The fact
that the woman usually wears her engagement ring on her left ring finger has a
long tradition: in antiquity, it was believed that a nerve or a vein led
directly from this finger to the heart. What could be more appropriate
than to decorate the link between the hand and the center of love with a ring? Some of the most remembered names in
fashion jewelry include both the high and low priced brands: Crown Trifari,
Dior, Chanel, Miriam Haskell, Monet, Napier, Corocraft, Coventry, Serli
& Siroan Jewellery

Stores etc.

without real diamond 

The diamond may not
be missing on any engagement
ring today. This is
certainly not only due to the sheer beauty of this most precious of all gems,
but also to its great symbolism: A diamond stands for purity and the greatest
possible permanence - as immortal as love. Incidentally, the first engagement ring with a diamond given away historical records according to
Archduke Maximilian I of Habsburg in his proposal of marriage:
In 1477 he put it at his
engagement Maria of Burgundy on the finger.

The diamond, in the original
sense of the word "the invincible": A fascinating mineral from the
depths of the earth, created in millions of years under the highest pressure
and extreme temperatures. Every stone is a natural product, every stone is
unique. For thousands of years, the diamond has captivated
people. Chemically, "just" the element of carbon, it has unusual
properties: born in the depth, extremely hard and very valuable. No substance
is able to break the light: White light shines in all colors. Every stone
has its own fire. Nature does not repeat itself. The diamond is a natural
product - but man can influence. It grinds into shape, turning a rough
diamond into a sparkling diamond: its circular contour and its 57 facets
perfectly reflect incident light. Brilliant plays of light that
enchant. There are very different forms, the brilliant is the classic. 

Ultimately, Estimating
diamond quality requires skill and experience. It requires grading a ring based
on a combination of characteristics such as cut, clarity, color and carat
weight. Such characteristics are called the “4 Cs”. A diamond’s weight is
measured in carats. One carat is one fifth of a gram. Generally diamonds range from
0.25 up to several carats. The largest cut diamond in the world is 530.20
carats. Sorry, it is not for sale. It is called the Cullinan and kept in the
Tower of London.


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