Colorful Portfolio Of The Best 5 Gems For Engagement Rings

Have you been looking at engagement rings?

Either online or in jewelry shops?

One that truly reflects the couple you are and the story behind your love?

In the past few weeks, I’ve been tempting you to make this big decision.

I’ve been tempting you to step up, and into getting once and for all that engagement ring you can’t shoo away from your mind.

And, today, I’ve got for you some expert advice on the best 5 gemstones (diamonds aside…) that will grant you a beautiful and long-lasting piece of jewelry.

But I know you’ve been struggling with it for all sorts of reasons…

Yep! I’ve been there, and that’s why I’ve been reaching out to you.

I told you why you must cut the crap, and get that dreamy engagement ring you’ve been eyeing.

I told you to consider thinking outside the box (A.K.A. white diamond solitaire ring) and choose a colored gemstone engagement ring instead.

And I even gave you a list with 5 strategies to help you find THE ring.

Heck, for the past few weeks, I’ve been putting together a vast collection of gemstone engagement rings in Pinterest. All to help you choose what’s best for you. Currently, I have there 700 plus photos, all styles included, cataloged according to their primary color, and full of links for you to follow and learn more about them.

Here’s a sneak peek in case you still haven’t seen it:

But you know what?

I’m not done yet!

Hoping that by now, you’re already convinced that a gemstone engagement ring, staring a color that helps you stand out from the crowd, is the only way to go… I prepared for you one more FREE tool to help you out.

A visual guide to help you choose the best 5 colored gems for your engagement ring.

In that guide, you’ll find only natural gems and only the ones that are truly made to last. The hardest and less susceptible to getting damaged in everyday use. After all, who here wanna have the experience of showing THE ring to a friend and hear her say: “huuum? You scratched it already???

Not all gems are suited for a ring, nor for the everyday use of an engagement ring.

You must take care of jewels wearability because there are several concepts at play when you’re considering buying something special to be worn every day.

You must take care of the type of gem you choose, the type of metal, the shape of the metal where that gem will sit, and even the kind of use you’re likely to give it. But I’m not gonna stretch this too much because you can get more details here.

 So, who’s this visual guide to?

  • It’s for the alternative bride or the groom in charge of getting the ring.
  • It’s for the woman who loves jewelry full of bling.
  • It’s for the bride that wants to show off her ring every day and all day. 
  • It’s for those who fancy the idea of bringing more meaning into such a unique piece of jewelry by the use of color. 
  • It’s for you if you don’t want a diamond engagement ring but remain firm on having a natural gem sitting on your finger.

Below you’ll find a concise list of 5 gems that matches all the above criteria.

 Each gemstone comes with several real photos that show you the color range in which they are available.

Some are more rare and difficult to find than others. Plus, once at a jewelry shop, you might find these same gems in a lighter or darker tone. Which one you choose is entirely up to you and your own personal taste.

To each of them, I’m also adding a few of their legends and lore. Something extra, for an extra meaning, based on centuries of stories they’ve accumulated.

Whichever gem you choose, you can feel confident that it will last forever. Just like that love story of yours. 🙂

Colored Gemstone for Engagement Rings. Gem Photos where a courtesy of Vlad Yavorskyy; Jeff Davies; and Maureen Webber

So tell me which one’s your favorite?

Let me know in the comments below which one it is and if you have any additional questions. I’ll do my best to give you that crystal clear answer you deserve.

Talk to you soon,