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Buying Tips: Princess Cut Diamond Engagement Ring

Buying Tips: Princess Cut Diamond Engagement Ring

“Greetings! I’m on a quest to find the most perfect princess cut engagement ring for my beloved princess! She’s partial to pink gold, and really wants a princess cut that sparkles beyond measure, based upon what I’ve read online, I’ve got my sights set on a Brian Gavin Signature Princess cut diamond. But I’d really like some help picking out just the right diamond for my budget of around six thousand dollars. Would it be possible to buy a one carat princess cut diamond, set in a half bezel style setting for that price? And if possible, could I have it by New Year’s Eve? Because that’s when I plan on officially dropping down on one knee and popping the question… not that I have any doubt that she’ll say yes, since she already knows that it’s coming, she just doesn’t know exactly what form it will take.”

Rose Gold princess cut e-ring:

Although this bezel set princess cut e-ring by Sholdt Designs is pictured here in 18k yellow gold, it is available in 18k rose gold, and it would look stunning set with this 1.206 carat, J-color, VS-2 clarity, Brian Gavin Signature princess cut diamond, which is truly just as spectacular as you imagine it to be. I personally love the look of J-color and warmer diamonds set in 18k rose gold, which is what we call pink gold. The warmer tones of the rose gold will reflect through the diamond, enhancing its natural beauty and creating a virtual wonderland of warm, enticing sparkle that is sure to capture the heart of your princess! A princess for a princess, we love it.

The Brian Gavin Signature difference:

I know that you’ve already got your heart set upon a Brian Gavin Signature Princess cut diamond, and that you’ve read a lot of articles and testimonials online, which have convinced you to buy your diamond engagement ring from us, but I wanted to provide you with some insight about what truly sets the BGD Signature Princess cut diamond apart from the pack.

In order to do so effectively, I’m going to direct you to an article I wrote awhile back on How to count chevron facets on a princess cut diamond, because the number of chevron facets featured on a BGD Signature Princess cut diamond is an integral part of our design.

Of course, it’s not just the number of chevron facets that are polished on to the surface of our princess cut diamonds that make them so vibrant, it is also the spacing and placement of the facets upon the surface of the diamond, as well as the proportions. But even more so, it is the fact that we approach diamond design from the perspective of 360 degrees, and look beyond a diamond as a three dimensional object, when so many other diamond cutters are solely focused on hitting the numbers so that the diamond can be referred to as an ideal cut diamond.

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