Why Canary Diamond Rings
The yellow-colored diamond is not just another ordinary gemstone. It is of only yellow color and has no hint of any other shades, such as green or brown, that darken the stone.
Traditionally, yellow symbolizes the zodiac sign Leo, which makes this diamond a popular choice among people born under this sun sign. The color 'canary' is also associated with military, making it a popular choice among military couples.
Trends of Canary Yellow Diamond Rings
Whatever makes you choose a canary yellow diamond, your task is still half done until you choose (and show off) your pick in the best possible manner.
Setting : Setting types are described by the mounted position of the gemstone. Many people opt for the definitive Tiffany setting, with its outward simplicity and traditional look.
Invisible setting is also a conventional way in which the diamond is rested in a cup and connected with a split or bypass design. Selecting an unusual personalized setting will always help you make your pick more unique.
The metal used : It is a common assumption that using traditional yellow gold will highlight the canary diamond, but it sometimes acts in a negative way. The gold may cut the glittering appearance of the diamond and make it look dull. Other metal forms with their monochrome hues, allow these yellow diamonds to sparkle all the more.
Accent : Using several complimentary gems such as orange or red semiprecious stones, can enhance the look of this ring. Some couples choose this diamond to compliment the central main white diamond.
Canary yellow diamonds are sometimes difficult to obtain due to their rarity. Propose your bride-to-be with this rare engagement ring, and it will definitely pave way for the answer you are waiting for―yes!