Engagement rings reviews

engagement rings

What is cushion cut engagement rings

Among the most intense moments of our lives comes, that moment is when we give an engagement ring away, you’ll enjoy it, you’ll say yes, how much does it cost? The option of engagement rings isn’t a typical process. It depends on several factors. Or do you already know what you want to buy 2 carat diamond ring, it remains only to choose which one. The first thing we have to take into consideration is how much we want to invest because depending upon the budget. We could choose some metals and stones or others.

Solid Diamonds: Pasquale Bruni Floral Novelties

Solid Diamonds: Pasquale Bruni Floral Novelties

Fantasy of a flowerbed in the moonlight Eugenia Bruni, the heiress and creative director of one of the main Italian jewelry houses – Pasquale Bruni, loves flowers. Most of the jewelry that leaves the workshop in Valenca to shine around the world is a floral fantasy. Minimalism here is based on the shape of a petal, and a golden flower from a carved gem became a cult motive. Most of all, it looks like violet, especially if chalcedony is involved This iconic Joli collection was updated this summer. Firstly, the flowers were generously studded with diamonds: a veil pavĂ© made of colorless and cognac stones. Secondly, the sentimentality of the flower story was diluted with interesting asymmetry. This time, Eugenia Bruni thought about how the garden changes at night in the bright light of the moon – this is how the allied earrings appeared: one of them symbolizes a bright flower that is trying to reach Continue Reading

Legendary De Beers diamonds in everyday jewelry

Legendary De Beers diamonds in everyday jewelry

Dewdrop – the youngest and laconic collection of the brand The legendary diamond brands – such is the jewelry “child” of the De Beers diamond company – the genre of everyday jewelry is not always easy. A legacy of this scale, shimmering with gleaming stones for tens and hundreds of carats, requires serious creative investment from the design team, which got tiny diamonds weighing tenths and hundredths of a carat. However, they are the salt of the earth, the stones that make the everyday life of most lovers of jewelry a little brighter. Dewdrop, or dewdrop, is the youngest and most minimalist among the permanent collections of De Beers. The main idea is paired parallel lines of the French diamond pave, on which, creating a rhythm of decoration, stones in a hollow English setting shine a little larger. Pendants, earrings and bracelets are made to appear in your casket as an independent jewelry. But the Continue Reading

Star patterns in the new Garrard collection

Star patterns in the new Garrard collection

It is difficult to believe in this, but the beauty standards, which are usually called traditional, are about to return to fashion. For example, the final dresses at the show of the Balenciaga collection for the upcoming spring looked very, very promising . Expensive jewels over the past five years have practically not left the field of classical solutions. What could be the analogue of “return to the roots” for a genre that requires an abundance of diamonds? That’s right, a curtsy to the past, verified at the level of the high-budget period drama. A good example is the new Garrard collection, dedicated to one of the brand’s most notable fans, Queen Alexandre of Denmark, wife of Edward VII. It was for her, by the way, that the legendary British royal tiara was madein the shape of a kokoshnik. This time, the artists of the brand were not worried about the Russian style, but the legacy of the American and British Continue Reading

Mineral Additive: New Pomellato Collection

Mineral Additive: New Pomellato Collection

Two years ago, for the first time in a long time, Pomellato turned gems into gold with pronounced mineral textures, the so-called “ornamental” stones, the pattern of which always contrasted with the classic jewelry gloss and was an obvious sign of miraculous beauty. Then the cabochons were inserted into classic recognizable forms, and success was not long in coming. Last week, the light saw the collection of Armonie Minerali – a union of simple gold shapes and complex combinations of colors and textures. Starring, it seems, all varieties of the ubiquitous quartz (from agate to jasper), malachite, lapis lazuli, turquoise, chrysocolla, rhodonite, amazonite and rhodochrosite. The dark gamut is devoted to graphics and narrative art, the monochromatic bright stones are dedicated to the post-war Italian design, and the patterned cabochons are a tribute to everything hypnotic in modern art. The “belt” on each composition is made either of gold with diamonds, or of titanium, Continue Reading

How two Parisians create the latest Boucheron precious legends

How two Parisians create the latest Boucheron precious legends

Creative Director Claire Schuan and CEO Helen Puli-Ducin talk about routine and inspiration Ancient jewelry houses are invariably located on an impromptu pedestal of “work that every girl dreams of.” The opportunities for professional growth are tremendous. As a rule, brands with a serious precious legendarium generously share knowledge about gemology, fashion and art history with their employees, even if it is a beginner consultant. Showcases and shops – the tip of the iceberg of any jewelry empire. In order for a precious fairy tale to live, breathe and shimmer with hundreds of carats of diamonds and gems, hundreds of experts retell it in their own language every day. Someone works directly in the workshops, someone draws sketches, someone travels the world in search of precious stones, someone hunts for historical items at auctions. To young but an ambitious fan of the brand could buy a cult pendant at an affordable (within the genre) price, a separate Continue Reading

Taken and bloomed: Dior Rose Pop rings

Taken and bloomed: Dior Rose Pop rings

The flower in all its glory is the eternal value and the cornerstone of Dior aesthetics, a touching curtsy to the inner child of the founder of the House. The gentle chaos of large rose petals once became an inspiration for the legendary ball gowns, blossomed over the memories of the belle epoque fluffy skirts. A new look happened, a wonderful revolution of post-war fashion. Well, why not quote flowers forever? Victoire de Castellan, creative director of Dior Joaillerie, does just that. Here is another “cheers!” To the anniversary of the brand’s jewelry division. Twenty years of faithful service require a luxurious bouquet. And they decided to distribute this bouquet on the fingers of the clients. Dior Rose Pop is a collection of cocktail rings. Bright, in a good sense, artsy, eye-catching surroundings. From the romantic flora – only form. The colors of each rose are unreal, surreal and mirror – because the petals are covered with several layers of Continue Reading