Blue Diamonds and Colored Diamonds
Every girl loves jewelry and every girl loves to show it off. Diamonds are the most popular and most sought after stones, and colored diamonds are just as sought after. One such colored diamond is the blue diamond, created from a process of heating real diamonds at high temperatures to form a blue or black color within the stone. This then creates a new diamond called a blue or black diamond. The blue diamond ring is not to be confused with the gemstone sapphire ring.
Blue diamonds are just as charming, sophisticated, and is also a symbol of everlasting love as any authentic diamond. Blue diamonds can be given as an engagement gift, a birthday gift, or an anniversary gift. When given as an engagement gift, a blue diamond is unique in its own right. It doesn’t look like any other type of diamond engagement ring, blending in with everyone else’s engagement ring. Rather, it sets itself apart as something different that can be in its own category. For these reasons, blue diamonds make a terrific birthday and anniversary gift as well.
Like many other exquisite and classy diamonds, blue diamonds come in a variety of settings and sizes as well. The most popular setting is the brilliant solitaire setting, a very popular setting for engagement rings. There are other settings as well, like the three-stone setting where the blue diamond is placed in the center between two smaller diamonds, the “art deco” setting featuring a blue diamond in the center with filigree designs around it, the blue diamond flower ring that is in the shape of a flower with white diamonds outlining it, the octagonal shaped blue diamond ring, and there is also the swirl blue diamond ring that features a set of blue diamond swirled in the center mimicking a circular pattern. Blue diamond rings can be set in white gold or gold. There are even blue diamond rings and settings made for men.