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Loving Emerald Cut Engagement Rings

By Henry Eriksson

Every guy wants to find the perfect engagement ring for the girl of his dreams. With so many different varieties, colors, and cuts to choose from, it can be quite a stressful decision. One of the most beautiful ring selections are the emerald cut engagement rings. Here are a few tips to help any anxious man find the perfect emerald engagement ring.

Know good diamond quality when you see it. It is always recommended to work with a jeweler that you know and trust. Ask for recommendations from friends and family. The emerald cut is an open cut and will show perfections more easily than others. Ask to view the diamond under a microscope so that you can ensure you are getting a quality rock for your money.

It helps to look at loose gemstones rather than those which are already set. This will allow you to spot those imperfections more easily and make a better selection. If you really want to get technical about it, know that more rectangular stones look better on women with longer fingers and the slightly less rectangular cut will look better on those with smaller hands.

Why is an emerald cut an attractive option to so many? There are a number of reasons that this cut is popular. It offers a lot for the money. Typically speaking, this cut is usually less expensive than other options such as the round cut. And yet at the same time, it can look much more expensive and luxurious. The elongated cut makes it appear larger than it actually is. You get the most for your money with this ring.

The emerald cut offers a very intricately designed style with smooth soft sides and edges, and many feature stone accents. They also often appear to be a larger carat than they actually are as they are elongated in shape. And who doesnt want their ring to look bigger and more expensive? If you cant afford a very large ring because of a tight budget, you may want to consider this option simply because it can look like you paid more for it than you actually did.

The emerald cut originated with the emerald stone. But so many found this an attractive cut that it was soon used for a whole host of other gemstones, and is not one of the most popular choices for engagement rings. Any girl would be thrilled to have a ring such as this. It offers a sleek design that will slenderize the fingers and look attractive on any hand.

A wide range of emerald cut engagement rings is available to act as a promise of love. For a more delicate design, you could pick one of the beautiful princess cut engagement rings from our selection.

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