Engagement rings with gemstones have become increasingly popular in recent years and are gradually replacing diamonds on a larger scale. Diamonds are valued for being rare, but some gemstones are even rarer.
When choosing gemstones, pairs of different colors, shapes, and sizes are available to enhance the appearance of the ring. However, couples should consider “coveted stone that changes color” (which is also known as “pierre convoite qui change de couleur” in the French language) based on their unique qualities and select them according to their taste.
The price of an engagement ring for gemstones is usually much lower and within the budget of the average buyer, which, apart from the choice of color, is an added advantage for the couple.
Stones are also popular as birthstones. So you can put the bride and groom's birthstone in the ring. If you are looking for an alternative to a diamond engagement ring, emerald is usually the choice because it is not only a historical stone, but also matches the hardness of diamonds and is rare.
Emerald can be taken from it because of its green color and various hues. Pearls can also be taken safely because of their unique sheen and appearance. Choose cultured and natural pearls because of their hardness.
Couples looking for gemstones that are durable and have royalty can satisfy with blue sapphires. This stone is rarer than a diamond and adds value to the ring. Pink sapphires are available in a variety of colors, including bright and light pink.