The Knot’s summer 2017 national issues includes editorial featuring a selection of yellow gold engagement rings. We’re honored to be included in this editorial as a gilty pleasure!
A handmade engagement ring from the Abbraccio collection was included to showcase the beauty of yellow gold embracing a diamond.
The Danhov Abbraccio swirl engagement ring featured (AE133), handmade in 18k yellow gold retails for $1340, not including the center stone.
Join Jack Hovsepian, owner and designer of Danhov, at Robbins Brothers in Seattle, WA, on April 8 from 11 am – 7 pm to shop a large assortment of uniquely handmade engagement rings and wedding bands.
If you purchase a Danhov engagement ring on this special event day, you will receive 10% of the retail price towards a Danhov wedding band purchased the same day.
Please call Robbins Brothers – Seattle at 206-826-7464 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Are you thinking about popping that very important question but don’t know where to start?
Our friends at Platinum Guild International have shared 4 easy tips for starting the process, and we wanted to pass along!
Set A Budget
“How much should I spend on a designer engagement ring?” is a very common question. The rule of thumb is typically equivalent to two months salary, but ultimately it’s whatever you are comfortable spending.
2. Keep Your Lifestyle In Mind
Make sure you pick a setting that is conducive to your partner’s lifestyle – personal and professional. Platinum is the most secure setting for diamonds thanks to its high density and will not require your ring to be reinforced or re-shanked.
3. Choose Everlasting
Platinum is the most durable of the precious metals. Did you know the surface of your rings will actually get stronger with wear?
4. Consider The Maintenance
White gold requires rhodium plating to maintain its white finish and must be re-plated to address normal wear. This can be done as you take your ring to your jeweler for cleaning and maintenance. However, remember that platinum is naturally white and will never change color over time.