Frederick Holm writes for the F&L Designer Guides, which hosts a thriving community of independent engagement ring designers in the UK. Inspired by their journey of discovery in search of distinctive, one-of-a-kind diamond engagement ring, F&L now celebrates the works of their favourite designers. and helps promote the notion of Go Bespoke as a more imaginative and interesting alternative to the limitations of High Street shopping.
Palladium not only feels and looks amazing, but its versatility makes it a jeweller's dream. Stephen Wilkinson, jewellery designer for The Wedding Ring Specialist believes that palladium is going to explode onto the fine jewellery market. "With high gold and platinum prices, palladium is now being considered as a viable alternative for wedding rings. It doesn't require rhodium plating like white gold and weighs much less than platinum, making it a good alternative for mens wide heavy wedding rings."Palladium jewellery continues to gain in popularity, with it's brightness and lustre is transforming it into the metal of choice for both mens's and women's wedding rings.
It was in the fourteen and the fifteen centuries that the diamond rings became famous as wedding rings. The diamond engagement rings were gifted only by the royal and affluent people.
The diamond usually grabs the attention on an engagement ring, but recent trends show the bands are receiving just as much of a spotlight as the center stone. Twisted bands resembling delicate knots or infinity symbols are sweeping romantic hearts with eternal never-ending love. Set pave diamonds into the band and you have beautifully simple and one of a kind unique engagement ring.
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