3 Sep 2014
Have you ever heard of a ‘Dearest Ring’? The history of this style of ring goes all the way back to the Victorian Era. Not your typical style of engagement ring, the Dearest Ring is a colourful, vibrant ring with six different coloured gemstones and a diamond.
You are probably wondering where the name ‘Dearest’ came from. Some may think that the answer to this is a beautiful, romantic sentiment; others may simply think that this is romance gone too far. The name ‘Dearest’ is in actual fact an acronym for each gemstone. I think that the majority of you will agree that this is pretty sweet. The gemstones used, in order, are:
There are no set rules as to what design the gemstones should be set, as long as the diamond and coloured gemstones are in the correct order to spell out ‘Dearest’. You may choose to have your gemstones set in a circular pattern or in a straight line or perhaps set into a beautiful engraved pattern. So if you are after a ring that has lots of colour, is a little unusual and has a lovely romantic sentiment, then this is possibly the perfect ring for you!