Diamond enhancers, also known as ring enhancers, are basically unique designs for rings. The unique design is, ideally, supposed to make solitaire diamond rings more eye catching and pretty.
There are plenty of ways to achieve this goal. However, I feel that it is important to first discuss the important considerations before you choose which diamond ring enhancers you’re going to use.
Choosing the right diamond ring guard and enhancers is not as simple as going into a store and asking the clerk to get you some. Let us first discuss the things you need to learn about.
Considerations Before Choosing A Diamond Enhancer
There are several factors in choosing the correct enhancer for that piece of jewelry of yours.
It is imperative that you take into account the shape and the size of the diamond. The enhancer is meant to be worn in conjunction with the solitaire diamond so always think about it since it serves as the centerpiece of the ring. Whether it’s a wedding band or an anniversary ring, the enhancer needs to follow the shape and size of the diamond solitaire in order to properly fit.
All About The Shape
There are plenty of diamond solitaire enhancers out there to choose from. To make things a bit easier for you, here are a few of my recommendations.
If the diamond that you want to enhance is round, then using ring wraps that use subtle curves will best compliment that diamond. For marquise diamonds ring or oval shaped cut diamonds I would recommend that you acquire pointy ring inserts.
Adding More Stones To Compliment The Solitaire Diamond
I know a lot of people who use smaller gems as their weapon of choice for their diamond solitaire ring enhancers. Diamond baguettes are a popular form of enhancing the brilliance of a solitaire diamond.
Of course, this also means that the person who’s buying the ring enhancer has to spend a lot on those smaller gems. Then again, I could argue that part of the appeal of any diamond ring is that it is expensive. So the more gems there are, the more appealing it might be to some people.
The one rule of thumb that I constantly keep on hearing from most diamond cutters is that the more carats the ring has, the better.
I, for one, would endorse this option for rings that have colored diamonds. Don’t get me wrong here, I am not saying that it won’t work for clear diamonds, but what I am saying is that it works even better for colored pieces.
The Simplest Thing You Can Do
Okay this isn’t strictly speaking a diamond enhancer per se since you are not adding anything to the diamond, but it is something that will enhance the diamond’s look.
Cleaning your diamond solitaire should be something that you do religiously. It’s part of your diamond’s upkeep.
A clean diamond is a gem that can properly shine its brilliance for everyone to see. Besides, in my opinion, a diamond that isn’t clean says a lot more about the wearer than the actual size or cut of the diamond itself.