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Tips to Make Your Diamond Engagement Ring Appear Larger

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Choosing the right height for your diamond engagement ring is a crucial part of making it appear larger. A diamond with a higher crown height will appear larger than one with a lower crown height. The same goes for table depth; diamonds with higher table depths look larger than those with lower ones.

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend. They’re also one of the most expensive jewelry items you can buy. But even if you have the money to buy an engagement ring that costs more than a month of rent (and we don’t blame you), it doesn’t mean you should go for it. Because if your partner doesn't notice or appreciate your choice in diamonds—whether it's because they're cheap or just not what they were expecting—then what's the point? In fact, there are many things about diamond engagement rings that can make them appear smaller than they really are: everything from their shape and cut down to their setting type can affect how big they look on your hand. And while some savvy shoppers may be able to tell right away whether or not their diamond is fake based on these factors alone (it's worth noting that there are many ways fakes are made), others might need help identifying them before making such a big purchase! So if you want to do everything possible to make sure she notices every single sparkle on her finger when she looks down at her new bling... Well, then keep reading!

Bigger is better. Diamonds that are bigger in size, carat weight and cut have a higher perceived value than smaller diamonds. This is because larger diamonds can make any engagement ring appear to be more beautiful and more valuable.

Bigger diamonds tend to look larger than smaller ones, especially when you move around the room or wear the ring on different fingers (for example, if you wear an eternity band with a solitaire diamond). If you're looking for something that will stand out from other engagement rings at cocktail parties or weddings, then going with a larger stone may be right for your budget as well as your style.

Even though bigger diamonds are more expensive, it’s still good investment because they hold their value very well over time compared with other types of investment assets such as stocks or bonds which can fluctuate greatly depending on economic conditions and market trends throughout their lifetime cycle period before selling off into retirement accounts after retirement age has been reached (or earlier if needed).

Go for a unique shape. The more unique the shape, the bigger your diamond will look. Diamonds that have unusual or unique shapes can appear larger than their carat weight would indicate. A marquise cut diamond, for example, has a longer and wider appearance than an ideal round shape of equal carat weight. Likewise, a heart-shaped stone is larger in size than an equivalent round stone of equal weight. Another example of this phenomenon can be seen in princess cuts: The pointed edges of these diamonds make them appear much larger than round stones with similar weights to them. When you're shopping for engagement rings online or at a jewelry store near you, look for these types of shapes to get maximum impact from your purchase!

Wide gold band. The band is the most important part of the ring. It needs to be wide, so that it will make your diamond appear larger. A wider band will also make a more modern and stylish statement than a narrow one. But even if you choose a wide band, it’s not enough on its own to make your engagement ring look larger because of how diamonds are cut—so-called “brilliant cut” diamonds have a table (the flat top) that is usually very small in comparison with their length and width (the sides). This means that even though they're large in size, they appear smaller than other shapes like cushion cuts or emerald cuts because they sit higher up on your finger where there's less finger for them to cover up!

So here comes the good news: Wearing two side stones in addition to the center stone helps create balance between all three elements of style, making them appear larger overall!

Add an eternity band. An eternity band is a thin band of diamonds that connects the main diamond with your wedding band. They're available in a variety of styles, including solitaire and pave set. Eternity bands can be made of platinum, gold or silver.

The most popular diamond cut for eternity bands is emerald cut because it offers maximum sparkle from every angle. It's also recommended for use with blue and green stones to bring out their color. If you already own another piece of jewelry with an emerald cut stone (such as earrings), this style might be perfect for your engagement ring too!

Consider diamond clarity. To help make your diamond engagement ring appear larger, consider Diamond Clarity.

Diamond clarity refers to the absence of internal flaws and inclusions. The fewer flaws, the higher the clarity grade. One of the most important factors when choosing a diamond is its clarity grade as it determines how brilliant and sparkly your diamond will appear. If you have more money than you know what to do with and want every last dollar spent on you to count, then buy a high-quality diamond with perfect clarity because that means it'll look bigger when set into an engagement ring (or any other piece of jewelry).

Finale. We hope that these tips will help you find the perfect diamond for your engagement ring. If you’re looking to upgrade or replace your current ring with a bigger one, we suggest consulting a professional jeweler who can help guide you through the process of choosing the right size and shape for your finger. With our expertise in the diamond industry, we can offer advice on what style might work best for your lifestyle and budget so that you can make informed decisions before purchasing anything!

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