Music to Your Eyes: Diamond and Sapphire Engagement Rings
Author: Taylor Henry
Article source: http://diamond-engagement-rings.info/. Used with author's permission.
Sonny and Cher, Fred and Ginger, chocolate and peanut butter...some things are just meant to go together. And diamonds and sapphires are no exception. With so many choices, a diamond and sapphire engagement and wedding ring set can go down in your personal history with as much romance and excitement as Antony and Cleopatra...with a much happier ending, of course!
No need for the blues, with sapphires you can branch out into a variety of melodies. While sapphires are usually associated with the deep blue only a sapphire can exude, sapphires cover a large portion of the rainbow from purples to reds to oranges and yellows. Imagine the glitz and glitter of a brilliant white diamond surrounded by a sparkling ruby sapphire...there's something you'll enjoy looking at for years to come! And if you love the idea of a colored diamond, such as a pink or yellow, you can find the perfect complimentary sapphire to create an elegant sunset on your finger.
On the bright side, if the cost of a colored diamond is too much to consider (at least for now--always keep your options open!), consider a colored sapphire instead. The main attraction could be the yellow or pink sapphire, supported by a brilliant chorus of smaller diamonds, and no one would know the difference unless you chose to reveal your brilliant secret!
Or consider this--if your heart's desire is a pink or yellow diamond, but you're not dating a movie star (for which you may want to thank your lucky stars), you can create the "look" without the price tag. Set a smaller yellow or pink diamond in the center and surround it with the same color of sapphires. This creates the stunning yellow or pink glow you've got your heart set on, but significantly lowers the cost. You can have that 'two million' look without emptying your bank account (or putting yourself in debt that will last as long as the marriage).
Sapphires are pretty study rocks, too--only second in hardness to diamonds, which means you can mix 'em up as much as you want and be confident that your ring will last for years to come, just like your favorite classic tune that never goes out of style.
Need another reason to consider the diamond/sapphire duet? The rocks are gorgeous and can be put in any kind of setting you prefer and still look great. Whether you like to dance to the beat of your own drummer or prefer the classic sounds of Mozart, you can combine your diamond and sapphire choices in a way that will make your heart sing for years to come. Taylor Henry is a former journalist/author and is now webmaster for a number of websites, including http://www.engagement-ring-guide.com, which she says came about because of her distinctly female passion for jewelry and diamonds. Read her humorous and informative articles about everything to do with engagement and wedding rings at http://www.engagement-ring-guide.com
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