Bague de fiancaille - Cordoba

Engagement rings trends for this year

Gino and my friends over at Ex Aurum have a new article up about some hot engagement ring trends for this year. Here’s the first one of these beautiful rings:

Halo Engagement Rings

Halo engagement rings have long been popular with people. This year, engagement rings with full single or double halos have been quite popular in Ex Aurum’s boutique. The halo engagement ring style first appeared in the Art Deco era of the 1920s. While they have always been popular, halo engagement rings are currently experiencing a strong boost in interest this year. This is not surprising as people are looking for larger stones and a full diamond halo can make the center diamond appear as much as 50% larger. Additionally, since the small diamonds are not as expensive as larger diamonds, an engagement ring that features a diamond halo can give the impression of a much larger and more expensive ring at a much lower price.

In addition to making the center diamond appear larger, many people also want the halos that are different from the classic halos of the past. Diamond halos can be made using colored stones, which provide contrast to the center diamond and can increase visual interest. The halo diamonds can also be of different cuts, which can give an entirely different style and mood of the engagement ring.

Ex Aurum carries a wide selection of beautiful diamond engagement rings with halos. The above ring is our Cordoba engagement ring model, which was introduced late last year and has been very popular with our clientele.

You can read the rest over at their site.

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If my husband truly loves me, he won’t mind if I pop on over there … Just to look, of course!

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