Blog by MGS
Learn all about eternity bands, including their history and meaning, when you should buy one, and why getting their size right is so important.
Whether you want yellow gold, something chunky, a special prong setting, a sterling silver ring rather than a rose gold ring, less conventional diamonds like pear-shaped, a three stone ring, a cluster ring or even the addition of a pave band or milgrain shank, there is definitely a ring set out there that is perfect for each individual wearer.
The world of diamonds is highly regulated with numerous rules, grading scales, and different classifications that go far beyond what can be seen with the naked eye. These regulations help diamond experts and customers tell the difference between something that is internally flawless, very good, very slightly blemished, or even poorly cut and suffering from too many blemishes to be a worthy investment. Here is a guide to the 4Cs of diamond grading. Hopefully, it will help you find the perfect diamond for your diamond engagement ring or another piece of important jewelry!
When it comes to being as stylish as possible with your jewelry, something that is often overlooked is the impact that can be made when you perfectly match your jewelry collection to your skin color. It might not be the first thing that comes to mind, but matching different metals and gemstones to your skin tone is going to help in getting the most out of your statement pieces.
Inheritance and family heirlooms are always a treasure in a family's history. Heirlooms frequently represent virtues such as responsibility and quality, and they reflect a long-standing tradition.