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    The Insider’s Guide to Eternity Rings:

    Diamond eternity rings are an extremely popular gift. As a matter of facet, practically every woman wants one. With that in mind, they make great anniversary gifts! Unfortunately, the sparkle factor of most diamond eternity rings is abysmal. That’s because the cut quality of the diamonds set in the rings is not good. Or to be more specific, the cut quality is only good to very good, but it’s not ideal cut.

    That is why the diamonds in eternity rings pale in comparison to the high-quality center stones that I recommend for engagement rings.

    Of course, this is because most people don’t realize that diamond cut quality is critical for diamonds of all sizes. That is, until they special order one of these custom made rings, and discover that the diamonds used to make the ring, don’t exhibit the same light return and visual performance that the center stone displays.

    Thankfully a few online vendors like Brian Gavin Diamonds, understands the importance of diamond cut quality and optical symmetry, to the extent that it applies to diamonds of all sizes, and not just diamonds for engagement rings.  That’s why Brian Gavin uses melee (pronounced mell-ee) which is cut to the same specifications as the diamonds featured in his Brian Gavin Signature and Brian Gavin Blue collections.

    So the open basket diamond eternity ring from Brian Gavin pictured above contains diamonds that are going to be just as bright and lively as the diamonds set in their engagement rings. Brian Gavin offers a broad selection of styles, including traditional anniversary rings, eternity rings and has the capability of custom designing rings as well.

    About the AuthorTodd Gray

    Todd Gray is a professional diamond buyer with 30+ years of trade experience. He loves to teach people how to buy diamonds that exhibit incredible light performance! In addition to writing for Nice Ice, Todd "ghost writes" blogs and educational content for other diamond sites. When Todd isn't chained to a desk, or consulting for the trade, he enjoys Freediving! (that's like scuba diving, but without air tanks)

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