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SOURCE: Eternity Wedding Bands
The Voting booths are closed and surprisingly enough, an old favorite has topped the polls yet again - the shared prong diamond eternity ring wins for the second year in a row.
Syosset, New York, (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
With the changing trends in the world of wedding bands; many people are looking to the sales statistics to determine which ring is the best fit for them. Lucky for us, Eternity Wedding Bands tracks all the statistics on the hottest selling rings of the season. The Voting booths are closed and surprisingly enough, an old favorite has topped the polls yet again - the shared prong diamond eternity ring wins for the second year in a row.
The shared prong diamond eternity ring has once again snuffed its competition by winning in 2011-2012 sales by about two to one against its closest competitor. The milgrain eternity diamond ring is most popular in platinum and white gold, the handmade decoration of the prong beautifully surrounds the rocks. The diamonds are cut round, the most wanted clarity is SI and the color is G-H. This slightly detectable color and inclusions that are invisible to the naked eye offers the ring great value.
The shared prong eternity rings appeal is that the diamonds are secured by a prong setting - one of the most secure settings available which holds each precious stone up like a chalice. The customer can choose between rose, white or yellow gold and even platinum prong settings, but the most popular ones are manufactured in 14 k or 18 k white gold holding the line of beautifully round cut diamonds. 18 k offers a perfect combination of strength and color but it is also more expensive because it contains more gold. 14 k is more scratch-resistant than 18 k and less bright.
A Symbol of never ending love, the shared prong eternity ring is truly the polished lady’s ring. Diamond lovers want glamorous and stylish jewelry. This year’s trends are the white metals, both in the cases of the shared prong and the milgrain eternity rings. White gold is the most popular metal, then yellow gold, then platinum. Platinum is naturally pure white, it is far more durable than gold, more resistant to wear and tear and is hypo-allergenic. Because of these appealing characteristics it is also more expensive. White gold is originally yellow and alloys are added to change the color. The brilliants are most popular in the 2 carat and the 3 carat category for the shared prong eternity diamond ring. There are huge price differences between diamond rings with same color, clarity and cut but different carat gemstone. All of these different factors surely effect what customers purchase.
With this 2012 voting season coming to a close, customers are encouraged to “cast their own vote” by visiting https://www.eternityweddingbands.com/shared-prong-eternity-ring-white-gold/ for more information and amazing brands of rings.
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