Yellow Gold Engagement rings have unfortunately been on the decline for many years now. The jewellery industry has done very well adapting to the demand of different trend settings by the consumer. It seems the diamond has become more important to the purchaser and wearer, rather than the precious metal holding the beautiful sparkling rock. And why not? The diamond is the more expensive part of the purchase.
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Buying an engagement ring for your loved one can seem rather confusing these days, especially with all the choice and technical details that come with such a purchase. With all this to consider Jewellery Monthly decided to try and make this a little more simple for you. We have even linked through to other articles dotted around our site if you decided you want more information to make sure your final engagement ring purchase is perfect.
Wedding Checklist & Managing Budgets
Getting Married in 2014 or early 2015? then you have the daunting task of organising everything for the big day. From booking the venue, Invitations, photography, flowers, cake, gifts…. the list seems endless. So when is the best time to sort these out. Hire a planner, get you mother in law involved (steady on!!) or just get your diary out and follow the handy guide below created by our friends at www.simplybridal.com Read more…
Buying a beautiful piece of jewellery is one thing but the presentation of such a gift is another. If you have spent a small fortune on a prized possession for a loved one, should the quality of packaging be representative of the price paid? Read more…
The price of Platinum and Gold has skyrocketed and caused a great deal of concern for both manufactures and retailers within the jewellery industry. Manufacturing items such as diamond engagement rings and wedding bands have become more expensive. Could Palladium be the new alternative? In fact the popular metal Palladium is slowly on the rise as more and more customers are seeking an affordable alternative, due the rise in prices for palladium and gold.
Palladium is 95% pure and is made up Ruthenium and Iridium, which are also platinum group metals.