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A diamond ring is a ring indicating that the person wearing it is engaged to be married, especially in Western cultures. In Western countries, engagement rings are worn mostly by women, and rings can feature diamonds or other gemstones. In some other cultures, men and women wear matching rings. In some cultures, engagement rings are also used as wedding rings.
A ring is presented as an engagement gift by a partner to their prospective spouse while they propose marriage or directly after a marriage proposal is accepted. It represents a formal agreement to future marriage.
In Western countries, it is customarily worn on the left hand ring finger, though customs vary across the world. Before agreeing to marry, a couple may choose to buy and wear pre-engagement rings, also called promise rings. After marrying, the couple may wear both engagement rings and wedding rings, or if they prefer, only the wedding rings. Some brides have their engagement and wedding rings permanently soldered together after marriage.
At Shira Diamonds Dallas – Custom Engagement Rings
Create memories, evoke emotions, and be inspired by the fine jewelry collection at Shira Diamonds in Dallas, Texas. Our curated collection is hand-selected and cut at our diamond facility in Israel to feature responsibly sourced diamonds, gemstones, and precious metals in designs by sought-after and emerging designers.
Our GIA Certified Gemologists will give you the confidence to choose the perfect engagement ring or wedding band, or partner with our master jeweler to design the most exquisite custom piece. Browse our collections of bracelets, necklaces, earrings, engagement rings, diamond rings for men and women online, or visit our Wholesale Jewelry Store in Dallas, Texas.
Custom Bezel Engagement Rings Dallas
The bezel of a ring is a wider and usually thicker section of the hoop, which may contain a flat surface, usually with an engraved design, as in a signet ring, or a gem. The ring is normally worn to display the bezel on the upper or outer side of the finger.
The word may also refer to a bezel setting for a stone, which is a general term for a set holding the stone in place using a raised surrounding for the stone with a lip encircling and overlapping the edges of the stone, thus holding it in place. Modern bezel settings typically use a band of metal-containing a groove and a flange (i.e. projecting lip) to hold a watch crystal or gemstone in its setting.
This was the earliest method of setting gemstones into jewelry, in historic examples often made by leaving a hole or slot in the ring with a thin lip which was bent over once the stone was inserted, holding it in place. An extension of the word used in this sense can refer to a rotatable rim on a clock or watch used to indicate certain data such as elapsed time. Contact us today to know more!