V6Y L L A .com DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS - GUESS WHO WORE IT FIRST? So you have been staring wide-eyed at Priyanka Chopra’s brilliant solitaire diamond ring worth two crores, and wondering how it would look on your fingers? Or have you always adored Kareena Kapoor Khan’s diamond encrusted platinum band which she wears all the time? Years ago when Aishwarya Rai got married to Abhishek Bachchan, she received a whopping 53-carat diamond ring that is a dazzler for sure. While shilpa Shetty Kundra sports a stunning 20-carat diamond ring on her pretty fingers too. Marilyn Monroe had once sang, “Diamonds are a girl’s Best Friend,” and she was perhaps right. There is nothing like the sparkle of a well cut, brilliant diamond that lights up a girl’s eyes. Especially if the diamond ring is offered by the man you love, who goes down on his knees and and asks you for your hand. It is impossible to say no to a man who shows exceptional taste when it comes to his women and his choice of engagement rings. Call it vanity of you will, but a thoughtfully chosen diamond engagement ring, even customized for you, tells you that your man really cares for you. Even if your love cannot be quantified, it is certainly as precious as a diamond.
Today, exchange of diamond rings has become customary for engagements and weddings. But did you know, that the first ring was exchange way back in the 2nd century BC? During the Roman era, women in Europe received two rings when they got married. A gold one to be worn in public, and an iron one that they wore in private. In 1477 the Archduke Maxmilian of Habsburg set the trend of gifting of diamonds ring to his future wife when he gifted one to Marie de Bourgogne. For the longest time, exchange of diamond engagement rings or diamond wedding rings were only practiced by the super rich. Until the diamond mines of Africa opened up and diamonds became a part of everyone’s lives. The question that you may want to ask is, what is the significance of wearing the engagement ring on your left ring finger? The practice of wearing the engagement ring on the left ring finger comes from ancient Egypt. The belief was this: when a woman got engaged to a man, she gave him her heart. And the vein from the left ‘ring’ finger goes straight to her heart! The placing of the engagement ring has not changed over the centuries. What has changed is the metal - from durable, everyday metals to precious ones, and now with diamonds on platinum and gold bands, have simply become the last word in engagement rings. There is another significance of the diamond engagement ring as well.
Diamond is one of the sturdiest materials known to man. Itis resistant to scratching and breaking and is used to cut through the toughest of steel. When you exchange a diamond engagement ring, you take a pledge to love your partner for ever, stand the tests of time and keep your love going strong, forever, and ever. Whether you choose a solitaire - single large piece of diamond - as your engagement ring or a design with a cluster of diamonds on a precious platinum or gold band, the diamond exchange ring will sparkle with your love. AtVoylla, India’s largestfashion jewellery brand, that comes with an ISO Certification as well, we have hundreds of engagement rings for you, that look like a million bucks but do no cost you a fortune. These lightweight, but beautifully crafted engagement rings are made with certified sterling silver or feature a sturdy gold polish, with sparkling diamonds and other synthetic stones, set in traditional, classic diamond patterns. Choose from a wide variety of styles and finishes and budgets to seal your bond of love with a diamond ring. CONTACT US Website:https://www.voylla.com/Email:email@example.com Social Connection Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/voyllaTwitter:https://twitter.com/voyllafashionInstagram:https: //www.instagram.com/voylla/ Google+:https://plus.google.com/u/0/113584978979769428349Pintrest:https://in.pinterest.com/vovlla/ Blog:https://blog.voylla.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTK7n617vBWm8uVMr50lXA