A Guide to Engagement Ring StylesA diamond is forever, which can make choosing one difficult. Genesis Diamonds has created this visual guide to the different styles available by some of the best designers. Enjoy!

There are perhaps three times in your life when events are concentrated solely on you – when you are born, when you are engaged to be married, and at the conclusion of your life. Chances are that the middle period is the one that you best remember and the one over which you have the most control.

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One of the first things you do once you get engaged is buy a diamond engagement ring. It represents a major change in your life and status. And long after your vows have been taken and your guests leave the reception, your ring will be the only tangible evidence of your marital status that is with you every minute of every day. Consequently, your choice of engagement ring is of major importance.

A Guide to Engagement Ring Styles

If you are undecided as to what style of engagement ring you want, there is an almost infinite selection of styles out there; so many in fact, that you can spend longer looking at rings than the years it took you to find Mr. Right. If you know what style you are looking for, you will still be spoiled for choice.

A Guide to Engagement Ring Styles

Following are some first-rate designers of bridal jewelry, each dedicated to bringing its clients the highest quality rings in their own individual style, at the best possible prices:

Verragio

Old time craftsmanship is not dead, you just have to look a bit harder to find it. If you look at any of Verragio’s rings though, you will see that it is alive and well. With over 200 rings comprising beautiful and timeless designs, most of which are customizable, Verragio rings are not only stunning but also designed for everyday wear.

A Guide to Engagement Ring Styles

Tacori

If it is elegance, class, refinement, and sophistication that you are after, then you must take a long, hard look at the offerings from Tacori. This highly popular brand has an almost obsessive attitude to quality control, and with over 250 different ring styles on offer you are sure to find something that takes your fancy.

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Simon G 

With an extensive and eclectic range of engagement rings ranging from classic to contemporary and everything in between, Simon G’s rings have a diverse following. From celebrities to “regular” women, Simon G rings are highly sought after and coveted for their attention to detail.

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Ritani

Ritani does not offer as extensive a range of rings as many other designers but what it does it does exceptionally well. With a twist on classic designs inspired by history and nature, Ritani offers something to suit every taste. From simple, classical designs to ornate contemporary offerings, Ritani leaves no stone unturned in its pursuit of perfection.

A Guide to Engagement Ring Styles Henri Daussi

Another designer who believes that smaller is better – not when it comes to quality but on the number of rings in the range. If you like color, Henri Daussi is your designer. Different colored metals and diamonds are incorporated in his range to really make you stand out from the crowd.

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Any ring from any of these designers is a fitting accompaniment to a long life together with the one you love.

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