Rough Diamond Engagement Rings

Rough diamond engagement rings are an edgy alternative to regular polished and cut diamonds rings. Diamonds that are rough are presented in the exact way that they were mined from the ground in their most natural form. If you’re hesitant on wanting a diamond engagement ring then I suggest taking a look at these rough … Continued

Sapphire Engagement Rings

If you were born in the month of September, then a Sapphire engagement ring is a dazzling alternative to a diamond ring. It’s easy to get lost in the beauty of the dark blue hue, but did you know that sapphires can come in virtually any color except red? Sapphires are considered the second hardest … Continued

Engagement Rings by Mociun

Jewelry designer, Mociun is known for her unique and eye catching one-of-a-kind stone cluster rings. Their asymmetrical beauty is both pleasing and intriguing to the eye. Mociun prides herself in recycling antique diamonds and gemstones before sourcing any new stones. She also uses rare bicolor sapphires in her stunning jewelry for a truly beautiful and … Continued

Unique Jewelry From Nora Kogan

I love finding new designers on Instagram because you’ll never know what you’ll find! I came across Nora Kogan’s jewelry two days ago and was immediately drawn to her non traditional style. As you can see a lot of her work features snakes which is a very interesting theme for engagement and wedding rings. I … Continued

8 Timeless Vintage Engagement Rings

A lot of couples opt for vintage engagement rings simply because they love the timeless style or they love idea of the ring having a meaningful history. Another great thing about choosing a vintage engagement ring is that they are eco friendly because you are choosing a ring that is already made and not spending … Continued

Aquamarine Engagement Rings

If you were born in March then you probably have at least one piece of jewelry that is aquamarine. Many people love aquamarine because of its’ gorgeous and calming color which is much like the ocean. This beautiful blue gemstone gets its’ name from the Latin “aqua marinus” which translates to “water of the sea”. … Continued