Diamond Wedding Bands for Her

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Unlike shoes or clothes, a woman’s diamond wedding ring is forever. You’re not going to change it from day to day. Because your wedding ring is a lifelong symbol of your love and commitment, finding the right one is truly important. And because not all diamond wedding bands are the same, the professionals at St-Onge Jeweller in downtown Montreal have made it their mission to help you find the perfect symbol of your undying love.

Wedding rings for her come in a variety of styles, so there are different qualities and characteristics to take into consideration when making your choice. Trust the expertise of the specialists at St-Onge Jeweller to help you narrow down what you want out of your diamond wedding band.

Precious metal

The type of metal you choose will determine the overall look and feel of your diamond wedding band. The bright white finish of white metals such as white gold is a beautiful complement to traditional white diamonds. White gold, platinum, and palladium make the diamonds appear even brighter, allowing the diamonds to be the center of attention.

Yellow and rose gold lend a warm and alluring glow to the sparkle of the diamonds. Yellow gold is considered particularly luxurious because of its similarity to pure 24 carat gold. A yellow gold diamond wedding ring is one of the most enduring styles there is. Rose gold gives traditional white diamonds a soft, romantic glow. What’s more, both these types of gold complement a wide range of skin tones.

Style

Keep in mind when looking for The way a wedding band’s diamonds are set is essential to the ring’s style as well as its wearability.

Shared Prong Setting. Multiple diamonds are set in a line where each prong holds two diamonds in place. This setting grants each diamond maximum light exposure, a shared prong ring can get caught in your hair or on your clothing. This style is generally recommended for those who do not work with their hands or are heavily active and outdoorsy.

Pavé Setting. French for “paved,” pavé diamonds are set inside 2 thin bars of precious metal. In this setting, the crown of the diamond is level with the surface of the ring. Then, the space between diamonds is filled with more of the same metal. The resulting bead of metal keeps the diamonds in place. It is as if the ring is paved with diamonds. This style is recommended for those who only occasionally work with their hands.

Channel Setting. Channel set diamond wedding bands are classic. Diamonds in this setting are secured at the widest part of their circumference within 2 strands of precious metal. This clean and streamlined style is recommended for those who sometimes work with their hands.

Bezel Setting. Diamonds are set with a thin strand of precious metal surrounding all, or most of, its girdle (its widest part). In this setting, the crown of the diamond is fully visible while the rest is safely tucked away. Multiple bezel set diamonds side by side create a wedding band with a scalloped edge. This style is recommended for those with an active lifestyle or who work with their hands daily.

Flush Setting. Flush set diamonds result in a wedding band whose surface is completely smooth. They are set into the band of precious metal in such a way that no part of the stone extends beyond the surface of the ring. This is another style that is highly recommended for those who regularly work with their hands or are very outdoorsy.

Personalized creations

St-Onge Jeweller also offers a personalized creation service at their downtown Montreal workshop-boutique. So, if you and your intended want to be involved in the creation of your wedding bands, this is your chance. St-Onge uses only ethically-sourced certified Canadian diamonds to create your diamond wedding bands.

Building upon more than 35 years of experience, St-Onge Jeweller provides unparalleled service along with superior craftsmanship. Find St-Onge creations at their Montreal boutique, at their boutique in Mont-Tremblant, and at Bijouterie Pénélope in Quebec City. For more details, contact St-Onge Jeweller today.

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