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Want A Unique Engagement Ring? 5 Gemstones Other Than Diamonds

It used to be that nothing short of a diamond would do for a woman's engagement and wedding ring, and while a diamond may still be a girl's best friend, other gemstones are rising in popularity. Jewelry has always been a way for a woman to express herself and her personality, so why should bridal sets be any different? Here is a look at five different gemstones other than diamonds to consider for your rings. Read More 

How Do Colored Diamonds Get Their Hue?

There's no doubt that diamonds boast incredible sparkle, shine, and beauty -- but colored diamonds have something extra even beyond that. You've probably seen blue, yellow, or other colors of diamonds and noticed how lovely they are, and you may have then wondered how those diamonds came to be. Are they a product of nature of a product of the laboratory? The answers are below.  Nature Versus the Laboratory: Where Do Colored Diamonds Grow? Read More 

The Best Ways To Find Quality Earrings At A Great Price

Earrings can add pizazz to any outfit as well as highlighting your face. There are earrings for every occasion and in every price range. Having an earring wardrobe with jewelry to compliment any outfit is important. Equally important is buying earrings that are made of quality materials so your earlobes will not become irritated. Acquiring earrings made of semi-precious and precious metals will lead to less irritation of your skin and also will look classier. Read More 

3 Tips To Find A Durable, Personalized, And Stylish Wedding Band For Your Husband

Planning a wedding once you are engaged can be an exciting time. From choosing bridesmaids to booking a venue and designing a menu, it is easy to see how this time in your life can become overwhelming. You may feel certain tasks are priorities, but you should not overlook the importance of shopping for your future husband's wedding band. This usually involves matching your engagement ring up with bands for both you and your fiancĂ©. Read More