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A Color-Center engagement ring is becoming increasingly popular among brides who want to flash their individual flair. Whether it is a birthstone, zodiac gemstone, or a favorite hue, more brides are opting for a color-center engagement ring to show off their unique style. Here are a few facts & ideas to spur your imagination, and well, help you go crazy with color!
Evidence suggests that the history of wedding rings began centuries ago in ancient Egypt. The ancient Egyptians believed that the third finger of the left hand (the 'ring finger') had a vein that followed directly to the heart. Romans later termed it "Vena Amoris" meaning, "the vein of love". After all, anatomically every finger connects to the series of arteries and veins leading to and from the heart.
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Inviting color to your life:
In the spirit of having a unique style of your own, when you wear a gemstone engagement ring, you're inviting particular energies into your life & marriage.
Now, pink is mainly recognized as the color of romance, so you may want to consider a light pink Morganite or Pink Tourmaline:
How about Aquamarine, symbolizing fidelity:
Or an Emerald as a symbol of unconditional love:
Everyone has a color preference. Color plays an important yet different role for each person, and it can be portrayed with a variety of gemstones. For example, you might be drawn to a royal blue Sapphire:
Or you may perhaps prefer the red color of Ruby:
Or perhaps you might like the tranquil blue of an Aquamarine:
How about the mysterious purplish-blue hue of Tanzanite:
What is your favorite color and color tone?
While rare gem-quality (high quality) and/or large size precious gemstones such as ruby, emerald, sapphire, tanzanite, and alexandrite could cost beyond your means, there are still plenty of captivating color options to suit your tastes and budget.
For example, choosing a Rubelite Tourmaline instead of a rare ruby or a Tsavorite Garnet instead of an emerald gives you a unique alternative at a lower cost. Eco-conscious individuals may prefer lab-created color stones in a variety of shapes and colors.
There is a color option for everyone, whether you wish to break tradition or simply display your individuality.