Diamond Promise Rings for Every Budget
Diamond Promise Rings come in a variety of styles and prices. With styles ranging from solitaire, diamond centered hearts, diamond love knot, multi diamond designs as well as diamond and gemstone combinations, there are several options for expressing your unique message of love. The variety of metal choices including gold and sterling silver promise rings allow for some selections at very economical prices. Designs range from styles that can serve as both diamond engagement rings and pre engagement diamond promise rings as well as distinctive promise ring designs.
The design of the diamond promise ring can be used to convey the permanence or longevity of the commitment you are giving the ring to symbolize. The diamonds themselves are considered to represent permanence, eternity or forever. A solitaire diamond has, for a long time, been associated with engagement rings and a coming wedding. In similar fashion, small diamond solitaire promise rings can be representative of a pre engagement. A knot design is frequently used to represent an unending love and commitment in love knots. This meaning is incorporated in diamond knot promise rings or pre engagement rings. Another design option using diamonds to convey pre engagement, friendship or other commitments include diamond band rings which can have multiple diamonds and are also well suited for purchasing as matching diamond promise rings. A flower or floral design can be representative of new, blossoming and ever growing love. Floral or flower design diamond or diamond cluster promise rings convey this beautifully. The many different designs can be selected to give more symbolic meaning but this is by no means a requirement. Simply choosing a beautiful design that the recipient likes is meaningful enough.
Diamond promise rings can be found in a variety of metals. Factors influencing metal selection can include, metal color preference, allergies, cost and durability. Someone who is allergic to white gold may do better with yellow gold or, if they don’t like yellow, with platinum or sterling silver. Titanium would be another option for them keeping in mind that this metal is darker than white gold and sterling silver. If the person prefers yellow or white gold then the choice is easy, you only need to select a ring in the gold they like in the purity you want. Sterling silver is an economical choice for someone who likes white metals when gold is not in the budget and if they don’t mind the darker metal, titanium is another. Titanium tops the list for durability but you need to be sure of size. Platinum, gold and sterling silver are softer, more sizable metals. Being softer and therefore easier to work with to create designs makes these metals available in many more styles. If you take into consideration the factors above, you should have no trouble selecting a diamond promise ring in a metal that they will be happy with.
Whether you choose all diamonds or diamond and gemstone diamond promise rings, consider the design and metal to make sure you purchase a ring for your special someone that they will truly love. Knowing you put thought into your selection will help convey the everlasting love that you feel for them.
By Velica Galaud, LovesPromiseRings.com