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Sidestone Engagement Rings

Sidestone Engagement Rings are a sophisticated and elegant choice for engagement rings, featuring a central diamond or gemstone with smaller stones on either side for added sparkle. With a range of styles available, these rings are a timeless symbol of love and commitment.

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Sidestone Diamond Ring

Choose the center diamond

Consider the center stone: The center stone is the main focus of the ring, and it’s important to choose the right one. Diamonds are the most popular choice for center stones, but you can also choose from other gemstones such as sapphires, rubies, and emeralds. The 4Cs – cut, color, clarity, and carat weight – are important factors to consider when choosing a diamond.

Choose the metal

The metal you choose for the ring band will affect the overall look and feel of the ring. Platinum and white gold are popular choices for Sidestone Engagement Rings as they complement the sparkle of the diamonds. Yellow gold and rose gold can also be used, but keep in mind that they may not provide as much contrast with the diamonds.

Choose the setting

The setting of the side stones can also affect the overall look of the ring. Prong settings are the most popular as they allow the maximum amount of light to enter the diamonds and create maximum sparkle. Bezel settings are also popular as they provide a more secure setting for the diamonds.

Decide on the band style

Sidestone Engagement Rings come in a variety of styles, from classic to contemporary. Some popular styles include three-stone rings, halo rings, and vintage-inspired rings. Consider your personal style and the style of your partner when choosing a ring.

Choose the size and shape of the side stones

When choosing a solitaire engagement ring, it's important to consider the size and shape of the ring. You'll want to make sure the ring fits comfortably on your finger, and the shape should complement your hand. If you have short fingers, a round or oval diamond may be more flattering, while if you have long fingers, you may prefer a pear or marquise-shaped diamond.

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Buy Wisely

Be sure to consider the 4 Cs of diamond quality when choosing your diamond, and choose a reputable retailer that offers warranties and return policies to ensure your satisfaction with your purchase.

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