Ring. Tuesday , October 17th , 2017 - 15:54:30 PM
Art Deco rings of the 1920s are generally platinum, white gold or silver. Bezel settings are common in these rings. The setting makes the smaller diamond appear larger. Rings became smaller and less ornate in the 1930s and 1940s. Platinum became less common during the war years and yellow or white gold was commonly used in rings. Carvings on the shank and settings helped make the center stone appear larger.
Another thing is choosing the metal in which you want to stud your diamond. And if you have something special in your mind and want something unique and different, then you also have the option of engraved diamond wedding rings. In fact, you can engrave name on the metal as per your choice. By getting a diamond wedding ring engraved with a personal message will really make it not only unique but enormously personal to both you and your partner. And a diamond with an elegant cut and shape studded on your engraved ring will truly leave it stunning and exceptional from the rest. So buy a unique and glittering diamond wedding ring and make your sweet heart feel how important she is for you and how much you love her...!
The church-key was used in lieu of a wedding-ring at a church near Colchester, early in the present century; and that was not a solitary instance within the past one hundred years in England. The Duke of Hamilton was married at May Fair with a bed-curtain ring. Notes and Queries for October of 1860 relates that a ring of leather, cut transversely from a finger of the bridegroom's glove, was used as a substitute for the wedding-ring on one occasion. A clergyman unjustifiably stopped a wedding in India, because the bridegroom offered a diamond ring instead of the kind generally in use.
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