Gemstone Engagement Rings: The Best Colored Stones for your Ring

Gemstone Engagement Rings // Though diamonds are still by far the norm, colored gemstone engagement rings have steadily become more of a new norm in the bridal world. Nothing says nonconformist faster than a vibrant gemstone on your left ring finger. If you’re hunting for non-diamond engagement rings, you need to get familiar with your other options. There are tons of gems in the world, but only a select few precious colored gemstones are engagement ring-worthy. How can one measure engagement ring worthiness?

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Non-traditional engagement rings:

Sapphires: 0:17
Rubies: 0:53
Emeralds: 1:33
Morganite: 2:20

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Abby Sparks Jewelry says:

Do you have a gemstone engagement ring? What stone do you have and what do you love about it?

tranquility says:

I was drawn to morganite, but chose a pink topaz. The color saturation cannot be beat. It’s outside the box, pops with originality, and speaks for itself.
Ty for sharing Abby.

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