wedding rings. Saturday , April 22nd , 2017 - 15:53:46 PM
By the mid to late 1800s, diamonds became rare and very expensive to own for the common man, and could only be afforded by the elite. However, the whole scene changed in 1867 when diamonds were discovered in Cape Colony, South Africa. This began a diamond frenzy, as precious stones were supplied in plenty.
Pre-engagement Ring: This is the most popular type. When a couple is serious about their commitment to each other but at the same time not ready to get engaged, they exchange rings. These can be made in gold or white gold with diamonds. It is common to have them engraved as well.
A decade later, Jacqueline Kennedy's diamond and emerald engagement ring and two decades later, in 1981, Princess Diana's oval sapphire ring surrounded by diamonds made headlines and furthered the trend of using other precious stones in engagement rings.
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