Diamond Couples Essence
Couple Diamond Rings
These are diamond studded gold ring bands, meant for the couple who are completely besotted. These are pairs of bands that are made to resemble each other in design and pattern, sometimes also similar in diamond encrusting, ie. the number, size and carat of the stone is the same for both the bands – her & him. Diamonds are usually set in channel, bezel or flush setting right in the middle part of the band. The only difference is ‘his’ is thicker and ‘her’ is thinner in width.
Couple Rings Online
The beauty of these bands is, you can engrave each other’s names or special date or even a secret code on the inside of the band in such a way that each one has an incomplete message that is found on the other one. The bands fit comfortably on the finger, meaning, the insides are plain, flattened so it fits uniformly at the base. Even though, this is not really an Indian concept and has been picked from the West or other parts of Asia, the couple band concept has now become pretty popular even in India.
Ideally, the couple bands are exchanged after having spent considerable time with each other, as a symbol of commitment and togetherness. It can either be pre-engagement jewellery or a substitute of an engagement ring too, depending on one’s budget, cultural systems and individual choices too.
Couple Diamond Ring Design
As mentioned earlier, couple bands usually do not have too much artwork or craftsmanship on them, are usually plain with polished edges and either a solitaire or 3-4 diamonds arranged in a single line at the very center of the band, usually in flush or channel setting. Even though this could count for some simple gold bands too, without any diamonds at all. While some bands are cast in the classic yellow, white and rose gold also have been used – it looks very classy and sophisticated with diamonds.
Put in simple words, couple bands are meant to show off that you are in a committed relationship, soon to get married. So even jewellery follows certain rules, traditions and live by the books eh? Interestingly, this is the common factor that bridges the gap between diverse cultures from the west and the east.