Monday, April 1, 2013

My love, will you…?

An engagement ring not only changes a woman’s marital status, but her life. She’ll soon become Mrs. X and, after a while, a married woman with children (if we’d stick to the traditional way, of course J). Every girl dreams to find her true love, to become someday a beloved wife and a proud mother of one or more kids. It is the emotional accomplishment that she is looking for.

The engagement ring opens the gate to the realm that most women are craving for and their “happily ever after” story is yet to begin. It seals the love of two and it stands as a proof of their commitment to each other. And which should be the most eloquent symbol of eternal love if not diamonds?
Josephine Tiara Ring in platinum,full-paved with brilliant-cut diamonds, set with a brilliant-cut diamond. By CHAUMET 
Twin bands entwined, symbolizing independence and endless connection; The DY Crossover Collection designs include the David Yurman iconic cable and the pavé diamond band; Four-prong settings.
Camélia Solitaire in 18K white gold and diamonds. By CHANEL

Delphine platinum and diamond paved wedding ring. By FRED PARIS

Cushion-Cut Micropavé Diamond Engagement Ring. Cushion-cut diamond, featured here in 3.03 carats, in a micropavé platinum setting. Platinum band with 0.28 carats of micropavé diamonds. By Harry Winston

ANNABEL ENGAGEMENT RING - This platinum and diamond pavé mount is set with a round brilliant solitaire. Total carat weight depends on centre diamond. By DE BEERS

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