Why are we so obsessed with the British monarchy? There is something so magical and dreamlike about imagining the life of a king, queen, prince or princess in a royal mansion. If you’ve seen The Crown on Netflix, you know that this obsession is only getting more intense. You may have also noticed some of those gorgeous royal jewels. Diamond brooches, crowns, tiaras and more – its enough to make you drool all over your snuggy. Here are some of our favorite royal jewels from The Crown.
Fancy intense, fancy deep, fancy vivid, fancy light – pink diamonds rank up there with some of the prettiest and most gorgeous of all the diamond colors. If you are reading this and are planning a big proposal, you may want to continue reading, because not only are pink diamonds the ultimate stone to propose with – they are also the best investment. That’s right, these beautiful pink stones will get you the best bang for your buck when it comes to investing in diamonds. Not only that, but pink diamonds have a fanciful past and history. Here is everything you want to know about pink diamonds.
In the past few years you may have noticed that there have been some pretty wild changes in diamond engagement ring trends. One of the most notable is definitely the emergence of rose gold, another is the prevalence of diamond halos, but most notably is the arrival of many new diamond shapes. There’s no doubt that the round and round brilliant diamond shapes are by far the most popular, and as far as we can tell, they always will be. However, from time to time different diamond shapes will rise in popularity and take the world by storm. These days, we’re seeing tons of cushion cut diamonds, asscher cut diamonds, and rose cut diamonds. Gone are the days of the princess cut diamonds, which have been permanently encapsulated with the relics of the early aughts. Here are some other ways that tastes have shifted in the world of diamond engagement rings.