Looking forward to getting engaged? Congratulations! Now there is no time to rest. It is a big event, and it ropes in a lot of work. The first task is to buy an engagement ring and wedding bands. There are so many options out there in the world that you will get confused about what to choose. We suggest that you should go ahead with a 2-carat pear-shaped diamond ring. Read on to know more about why you should buy a unique pear-shaped engagement ring with wedding bands.
What is a Pear-shaped diamond ring?
Pear shaped diamond ring, as the name suggests, is a diamond ring that has been cut to give it the appearance of a pear. 2-carat pear-shaped diamond rings have been in demand for quite some time now. Brides-to-be want a unique look for their engagement rings, so they go for unique pear-shaped engagement rings with wedding bands.
Why should you buy a 2-carat pear-shaped diamond ring?
We at New World Diamonds suggest you buy unique pear-shaped engagement rings with wedding bands. This is because pear-shaped diamond rings are trendy. People also buy colored diamonds that come in a pear shape. One popular choice of a colored diamond is pink. It goes well with the pear shape. Pear shape also has a good refractive index which contributes to its beauty. They also go well with wedding bands and complement each other. This is one reason you should go for a 2-carat pear-shaped diamond ring.
Factors to consider while buying a pear-shaped diamond ring
While buying a 2-carat pear-shaped diamond ring, there are several factors that you should consider to ensure that you get a ring of the best quality. Read on to know more about these factors here:
Cut: The cut of a pear-shaped diamond can impact its brilliance and fire. Look for a diamond with a good or very good cut grade to ensure that it has maximum sparkle. Do not opt for diamonds that are too shallow cut or too deep cut.
Carat weight: The weight of the diamond will affect its price. Consider your budget and desired size when choosing a diamond. You can also opt for lab-grown diamonds that we make at New World Diamonds. They are cheaper than natural diamonds. But they pack the same beauty as natural diamonds.
Color: The color of a diamond is graded on a scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow). You should try to purchase diamonds that fall between D to J. This will make sure that you get the best quality diamond.
Clarity: When there are no blemishes or inclusions in a diamond, it is considered of good quality. Try to opt for a diamond that looks clean to the naked eye.
Symmetry: Symmetry of the diamond is also very important. The refractive index can be affected if you buy a diamond with no symmetry. A well-proportioned pear-shaped diamond will look perfect even to the naked eye.