The Significance of Diamond Jewelry Rings Commanding nature and extracting beauty from it, jewelry is one of the greatest art form which man has created for centuries. As a symbol of having the highest power and rarest achievements, these were the reasons why diamonds were symbolically created and worn in India, as historians made note of its introductory beginnings in India 2,000 years ago. Diamond jewelry, today, is closely linked to outstanding moments, as it has been through history, in anyone’s life, such engagement, wedding, and anniversary. In Roman times, gold betrothal rings or engagement rings began with the ring placed on the fourth finger of the left hand, which was believed to have a direct connection between that finger and the heart, but in the 1400s, the gold betrothal ring was replaced by a diamond ring when Austrian prince Maximilian gave one to French princess Mary of Burgundy, as a symbol of his love. Today, the popular choice as an engagement ring is the diamond solitaire, which symbolizes the expression of love of a lifetime, and which is designed as a band of precious metal set with a single sparkling diamond at the center; although, other designs feature smaller accent diamonds, called side diamonds, to dramatize the larger center diamond gem. The exchange of rings is an important point of the wedding ceremony, symbolizing the union of two lives and lasting love, which is best expressed in terms of a diamond wedding ring.
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Giving a diamond jewelry to the wife during a wedding anniversary expresses profound love and gratitude from the husband as an anniversary is a momentous occasion when two people mark their marriage milestone with a celebration, of which it can also be marked with a diamond anniversary band, for both husband and wife, but otherwise, the more popular is the diamond anniversary necklace or the earring and pendant designs.
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Individual diamonds and groups of diamonds are the two main settings in diamond rings, such that for individual diamond setting, it is classified into prong setting, tube setting, gypsy setting, tension setting, illusion setting, while group diamond settings are cluster setting, bead setting, channel setting, bar setting, pave setting, and invisible setting. The main features of the individual diamond settings are the following: prong setting is designed with a slender metal claws holding a single diamond, raising it at a certain height to accentuate the diamond and allow light to strike it from all directions; tube setting, also called Bezel or box setting, has a metal collar or rim that wraps around the diamond and slightly over the edge; gypsy setting has a metal rim, which holds the diamond, is formed from the body of the jewelry; tension setting, wherein the opposite ends of a circular jewelry form, like a ring, and holding the diamond gem by the force of tension alone; illusion setting or miracle top is made of tiny prongs or metal beads that hold the diamond that is surrounded by a bright, white metal rim, wherein the reflective framing makes the diamond appear larger. With respect to the group diamond settings, these are the main features of its types: cluster setting has a number of diamonds set in prongs and closely designed together in a symmetrical pattern; bead setting is where the diamonds are fitted into a recessed seat that is drilled and formed in the metal; channel setting features rows of small diamonds set side-by-side between parallel ridges of metal; bar setting has the diamonds held in place by short metal ridges or bars; invisible setting has small square diamonds in princess cut that is set side-by-side into a wire-like framework.

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