Bridal rings have gone through a major transition in recent years, fashion gurus like to refer to these changes as the engagement ring revolution. And since these changes are happening due to very wise thoughts and mature minds, there seems to be no coming back to old and conventional ideas. If you go back in time by around 5 to 8 years, 'white weddings' were the rage - white dress, white shoes, white diamonds, white pearls and even white or very pale colored table cloths and stage decorations.
Brides today are playing a more active role in the selection of the engagement ring, men no longer have the opportunity to take complete control of the decision making process. The message from modern brides is clear, they wish to add color, individuality and meaning to their engagement ring. The unfortunate days where men had to get into debt to buy, extravagant diamond rings are slowly fading away. Colored gemstone engagement rings are the rage today, gems inspire the design, dimensions and metal for the important jewel. Gems that are getting significant attention for gold, silver and platinum engagement rings are ruby, sapphire, emerald, tanzanite, tourmaline and aquamarine. More knowledgeable couples are keen to pick the lesser known beauties as they realize that, lack of popularity can often be the result of rarity. If you wish to explore the truly exclusive gems then talk to your jeweler about, red spinel, light pink morganite, demantoid and tsavorite. Don't expect gigantic gem sizes as it is far easier and more affordable to get a 5 carat tanzanite as compared to a 2 carat demantoid garnet.
In this report we introduce you to some of the gems mentioned above. At Kaisilver we custom make gold, silver and platinum jewelry including engagement rings, no restrictions are placed on your choice of gemstone or design. Each of the rings mentioned below has a link, to a handpicked selection of our gorgeous rings. We suggest that you browse the jewelry as it can inspire you, to develop your thoughts on what to choose.
Emerald: One of the rarest and most expensive green gemstones, emerald is a green variety of beryl and has been known for a few thousand years. The gemstone is believed to bring harmony and calm to a home, emerald is also credited with being the gem that encourages adjustment and reconciliation in life. The characteristic that sets emerald apart from most other gemstones is the fact that, the gemstone always exhibits inclusions and fissures that are visible to the naked eye. The idea of getting a bridal engagement ring with an eye clean emerald is a myth, it can only happen if you settle for a lab created (not natural) emerald gemstone. Kaisilver emerald rings are always shown and crafted with natural emerald gems, these are procured directly from all prominent mining locations. Our Emerald Ring Collection, has some exclusive concepts and we can adapt the designs to suit your preference or even craft the jewel, based on your design sketch or image.
Sapphire: Generally thought to be blue, sapphire comes from the corundum mineral family, ruby the stunning red beauty happens to be its close cousin as, it comes from the same mineral family. Kaisilver sapphire engagement rings can be ordered with white, blue, pink, green, yellow or orange sapphire gems. Our gem experts carefully scrutinize and inspect each gem before it is custom cut by our skilled gem artisans. Sapphire has always been associated with royalty for many centuries, today it is the rich and elite who are fond of this rare gemstone. An interesting thing about a sapphire engagement ring is that, innovative design and fine craftsmanship, can often deliver a wearing experience that is far more extravagant than what the price tag would suggest. The RG800 sapphire diamond ring from Kaisilver is designed to showcase, a modestly sized 6mm cushion sapphire gemstone, each shoulder is encrusted with a glittering 3mm round diamond. The Sapphire Engagement Ring Collection, features some exciting sapphire rings that are (surprisingly) very reasonably priced.
Ruby: The queen of all gemstones, ruby has been one of the most sought after gems for centuries. History has some interesting stories to narrate regarding the desperate yearning to have this gemstone in the past. When the British invaded India their commanders were very eager to take back some, high quality ruby gems as gifts for the Royal family in the U.K. Scintillating red beauties were forcefully acquired and shipped back home, some of these stones made it to the royal crowns and were given fancy names. The British got out of India and gemological sciences gradually developed. To their utter surprise they found, that some of their big carat 'rubies' were in fact red spinel - a gem that was then very much less valuable as compared to ruby. However the flattering names given to these so called rubies, continue to carry the word 'ruby' in their title! Kaisilver procures rubies directly from the mines in Mozambique and Burma, our focus is on acquiring natural rubies that give good value for the money a buyer spends. Few jewelers are as meticulous as we are when it comes to sourcing, expensive gems like rubies and sapphires. Review the Ruby Ring Collection, and stay informed regarding what you should look for when choosing a ruby gemstone ring.
Tanzanite: A scintillating violet-blue gemstone, tanzanite is a baby in the world of gems and jewelry. While gems like diamonds, sapphire, ruby and emerald carry centuries of folklore and tradition - nature managed to hide this East African beauty for a very long time, it was first found only recently in the year 1967. There is some much to say about tanzanite and the historic claddagh ring that, we will need to summarize the details here. The link below will give you more insight into this topic. At Kaisilver we strongly feel that, a tanzanite engagement ring boasts of a gem that actually adds significance to an engagement ring. Every man believes that his 'to be bride' is rare and exclusive and that, there is only one person like her on earth. Interestingly, tanzanite bears these two characteristics - it is rare, so rare that experts agree that it is at least 1,000 times rarer than diamonds. It is also one of the very few gems that is found in just one location on the planet, a small dry patch of land at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. The rarity and single origin features of tanzanite, complement the significance of an engagement ring. Now coming to the 4 century old claddagh ring, this jewel is acclaimed as the most meaningful jewel in history. It depicts love, loyalty and togetherness - three qualities that are absolutely essential for any relationship to progress and last. Kaisilver claddagh rings are widely acclaimed as the the world's best rendition of the historic jewel. We craft both gold and silver claddagh rings with fine craftsmanship and gemstones of your choice. Review the Kaisilver Tanzanite Engagement Ring Collection and learn a lot more about tanzanite rings and the gemstone.
Pink Sapphire Rings: With engagement rings moving out of the "all-white" category, the desire for colored gemstone rings is at an all time high. Most of us would presume that a sapphire engagement ring would have a blue sapphire gem, it was believed for many centuries that all sapphires are blue. We are today aware that white, blue, yellow, pink, green, orange and purple are some of the gorgeous colors in which sapphire gemstones are found. Do not hesitate to explore these colored sapphire gems and also embrace, unique and unconventional designs for your engagement ring. The RG224PS Pink Sapphire Diamond Ring, has a stylish and nature based look. You could order this ring with any of the sapphire colors available and even, mix different sapphire colors in the same ring. With no restrictions on design and gemstones for all Kaisilver jewelry, you can combine different gem types. A good example would be to alternate the pink sapphires with tanzanite or blue sapphire. Our Pink Sapphire Ring Collection, has some more ideas and suggestions for you, make sure that you spend some time reviewing the details in the report.
Kaisilver: More than 7,000 style and quality conscious jewelry lovers spread over 17 nations, proudly wear jewelry crafted by us. Widely respected as the finest online source for high end custom made jewelry, we craft all jewelry in gold, 925 sterling silver or platinum. The best of Thailand's craftsmen and artisans work on each jewel supported by, an expert quality control team. With direct connections to every gem mining location on earth and preferential access, to more than 200 million carats of cut and polished gems, we place no limitation on your choice for gemstones. While you can pick a design from our websites and request for any design modification that you desire, we can also craft your jewelry with your own design ideas and images. Contact our team of experts at email@example.com with questions or requirements that you might have. The team is composed of highly experienced gem and jewelry experts and not the regular, pack of smart talking marketing agents.
Kaisilver: We have pioneered the establishment of high end online custom made jewelry. More than 7,000 quality conscious and knowledgeable gem and jewelry lovers across the globe rely on Kaisilver for all their gem and jewelry requirements. We maintain the same quality standards for silver and gold jewelry and can custom make all types of jewelry with your designs or ours. Our direct connections with almost every gem mining center across the globe, give us direct access to the world's largest gem resources. We are also privileged by getting preferential access to more than 200 million carats of cut and polished gems. Since we are not restrained by any fixed inventory or commitments, we place no restriction on your gem selection. Some of the best talents in the jewelry design and crafting community work on all our custom jewelry orders. Do take the benefit of our expertise in this industry and contact us with any queries or requirements that you might have, the team at firstname.lastname@example.org will be glad to help you. Since you will never be under an obligation to purchase anything from us, we encourage you to keep in touch.