Engagement Rings

Diamonds
 
Diamonds are the traditional choice for an engagement ring. Nancy is a Diamonds Graduate from the Gemological Institute of America. She also has more than 30 years experience working with Diamonds.

Through our membership in the Independent Jewelers Organization (IJO) and Retail Jewelers Organization (RJO), we have access to several diamond houses in Antwerp, Belgium - the Diamond Capital of the World. We occasionally travel to Antwerp to hand select Diamonds but we also have working relationships with these Diamond suppliers to help us find the perfect Diamond for you.

You might not know that Diamonds also come in colors. While Yellows and Browns are the most common colors almost any color can be found although some are very rare.

Selecting a Diamond can be intimidating. You can find out Nancy's thoughts about selecting a Diamond by clicking or touching here
Our tagline is Where Fredericksburg Gets Engaged. Getting engaged is one of the biggest decisions that anyone makes. It can be life changing. It can also be a little scary - especially picking out the ring. Should the ring include a diamond? How do I know if I'm getting the right diamond? Are there other options? Help!

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Colored Gemstones
 
Not everyone wants or expects a Diamond for their engagement ring. Colored Gemstones can make a beautiful engagement ring and many stones such as Sapphires and Rubies are also very durable and can take being worn every day. 

You have to look no further than Kate and her Mother-In-Law, Diana, to see how beautiful an engagement ring made with a Sapphire in the center can be. 

We've fashioned engagement rings with several different Colored Gemstones including Sapphire and Peridot.

We have even designed some rather unusual rings, including a pair shaped like wrenches.

For all the possibilities that are available with Colored Gemstones, stop in - we'll be happy to talk with you about it.
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