Engagement Ring Guide
Our goal at Fiona is to analyse and simplify the process of
buying the perfect engagement ring.
CHOOSE A Metal
To choose a right metal alone is a difficult decision than it used to be. So Firstly, You should focus on the preference of your and your fiance's style, and then finding the right metal and color to enhance that style.
At Fiona, every setting is created using only the finest precious metal - solid gold, which showcases the beauty of diamonds. Gold is the most common and versatile metal for jewellery. The standard measurement of gold is a karat(K), which is divided into 24 parts. According to the style of a ring, you can choose yellow gold, white gold or rose gold.
A yellow gold is an alloy made by combining pure gold With other metals such as zinc and copper. The durability Of gold depends on the actual pure gold content. Therefore,18K or 14K gold is majorly used for engagement rings. This gives them a beautiful golden hue to stand up for everyday wear.
White gold has a cool, sophisticated gleam. White Gold is an alloy made by combining pure gold with other metals such as palladium, manganese or nickel. Presence of nickel in white gold rings provides the strength and durability needed to last longer.
The prong setting or a claw setting is a very commonly used and preferred choice. It holds the diamond in place that allows more light to pass through it. If you want extra glitz and shine, the prong setting is a great choice.