In the world of gems and jewelry, few debates are as contentious as the comparison between cubic zirconia (CZ) and lab-grown diamonds. While both may share a certain sparkle, the idea that these two gems are remotely alike is, to put it bluntly, ridiculous.
One of the most frequent questions that people have about engagement rings is whether they can be resized. Since engagement rings are oftentimes expensive and sentimental items of jewellery, it’s important to know if they can be resized if necessary.
If you enjoy wearing jewellery, you are likely familiar with the frustration of trying to unravel a tangled necklace. It is not only a time-consuming task, but it may also harm the necklace. The good news is that there are a few easy actions you can take to avoid tangles in the first place.
Diamonds quickly gained popularity as an Engagement Ring material when Archduke Maximilian of Austria gave Mary of Burgundy the first known Diamond Engagement Ring in 1477. Eventually, the rest of the world followed suit.
Ancient Egyptians believed that the left hand's fourth finger, known as the "ring finger," contains a special vein that travels straight to the heart. Engagement and Wedding Rings are customarily worn on this finger because of this vein, which was so poetically described as the "vein of love."