2017 Trends forÂ Bridal Diamond Rings
Classic bridal diamond rings, such as a single solitaire, remain timeless, but there are still other options to explore this season. Style and personality always come into play every bridal seasonÂ since diamond ring decisions are meant to have enduring meaning. Here are some of the sparkling gems to consider in 2017 to offer to couples who want to exploreÂ a variety of bridal diamond rings:
- Unique Halos
- Colored Accents
- Edwardian era designs
- Black Diamonds
- Stacked Rings
- Intertwined Bands
- Red Rubies
As an alternative to traditional bridal diamond rings, Opals with diamond edgesÂ convey a mystical dreamy quality, due to their flashing rainbow hues. They closely symbolize love, loyalty and commitment to a long lasting relationship. Another trend is breaking away from traditional single stones in favor of Clusters that form a trio of or grouping of diamonds that vary in size. A stunning example is a yellow gold setting and band combined with a 14k prong-set cluster.
Making a return from last season areÂ PavĂ© bands and this year the PavĂ©Â Split Shank offers a delicate and modern appearance. The band divides in two and adds sparkle to the diamond, byÂ allowing in more light, particularly with a rose gold round cut diamond.
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You have multiple bridal diamond rings to showcase this season that are attractive and affordable for brides. Consider some of the styles mentioned above and useÂ GemFind as your resource. We not only can help you find bridal diamond rings that will enhance your online jewelry store, but also help you determine what is trending and allow you toÂ make better choices of what you decide to showcase.