June 4, 2017

Shine Bright Like A Diamond

They say diamonds are a girl's best friend. All I know is that they last forever. Being a girl with simple dreams and aspirations, I don't think it is my best friend though. I would be a hypocrite if I say I don't want one. Of course I do, maybe I'll buy one for myself one of these days or someone with good and pure intentions will put a ring on my finger. If ever I'll get one someday, I would probably get me a vintage one or a vintage-looking one.  I like everything vintage and I've bookmarked some that I have seen on Pinterest and online. 

I like diamonds because they are very representative of life. A diamond is merely a lump of coal that did well under pressure. Just like a diamond, it can’t be polished without friction, nor a man perfected without trials. And lastly, even the most beautiful diamonds have flaws too.

I like those that are with designs that are art noveau or from a much later era. As for the stone's cut I want a square one that is just the right size that looks perfect for my little hand and fingers. I don't want it screaming for attention. A too big of a rock would look over the top, in my opinion. But hey, if it's given without me shedding any dollar, I would not say no to it. 

There are a lot jewelers out there that offers my type of diamond ring. I browsed through Jr.Dunn's website and saw some beautiful Tacori inspired pieces that I really adore. Their items are passionately handcrafted designer jewelry and diamond engagement rings, all artisinally created at their design studios. 

I also found some that suites my vintage taste. I would also want a colored diamond or a clear one with tiny blue precious stones surrounding it and the band filled with colored stones. The streamlined geometry of the Art Deco period becomes reflected in the style of the mountings of the era. Emerald cut, art deco, solitaire, princess cut, halo - engagement rings are as unique as the brides who wear them.

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