BLACK DIAMOND RINGS
- Be Different
Getting To Know Black Diamond Rings
A black diamond is a stunningly mysterious choice for an engagement ring with its beautiful depth and a new twist on traditional style. Black diamonds are still a fairly new trend but has been gaining in popularity at quite a pace recently. The alluring darkness of a black diamond makes a lasting impression and combined with the stunning sparkle of a pure white diamond allows the two to showcase and compliment the best in each other, just like a good relationship.
When a couple contemplates getting engaged, the conventional images that flash through people's minds are the classic, graceful white and solitaire. However, the latest trends are to stray far from the traditional down adventurous paths and finding new ways of expressing love in a distinct and unique manner. These trendsetters are trailblazers who prefer to express their love in a more distinct and unique manner by choosing the exact opposite to white and opt for black instead.
The Meaning Associated With A Black Diamonds and a Darker Ring
Black is normally associated with grief and death, however, it is also a symbol of power, authority, strength, and passion. So if you would like your engagement ring to reflect the strong love and passion of your relationship and the strength of your commitment, then a black diamond engagement ring is perfect for you.
A black diamond is not really black but has numerous very dark inclusions (scratches and marks), as well as microscopic sulfide deposits that are responsible for imparting the very dark color, which looks like black. In fact, most black diamonds that occur naturally are not uniformly black but have a slightly gray appearance. Black diamonds available on the market are solid in color and almost opaque. Although black diamonds have a unique shine, there is no reflected light present due to its solid black color.
Black diamonds are not as valuable as white diamonds and the price will vary depending on whether it is natural or color-enhanced. Color-enhanced stones are cheaper than natural black diamonds. Most black diamonds available on the market are color-enhanced and have a uniform black color.
A black diamond ring will suit the personality of a confident and bold lady with an aura of charm and mystery about her. If she enjoys experimenting with new trends, then a black diamond engagement ring that spells style and sophistication will be just right for her.