A bracelet is worn around the wrist
The origin of the term 'bracelet' is from the Latin 'brachile' meaning 'of the arm', and in the Old French 'barcel'. A bracelet is worn around the wrist. It is one the jewellery item which is popular both in male and female. Bracelets are also used for medical and identification purposes.
Allergy bracelets are used for hospital patient-identification tags. Bracelets can be manufactured from leather, cloth, hemp, plastic, metal, rocks, wood, and/or shells. Other material are used to manufacture bracelets are gold, silver, lak, platinum, white gold and using diamonds. Find cuff, link and charm bracelets, each one more unique than the next, and read about the talented artists that make them.
Diamonds are Traditional
Diamonds are traditional. Obviously it is sought after for their beauty and elegance. The sparkle of a diamond on her finger is what many women dream of, but it is not the only choice. If you are about to get married and begin a whole new phase in your lives then we wish you everything that you would wish for yourselves. Choices of metal are varied from the traditional gold, through white gold and platinum to modern contemporary materials such as titanium.
The main deciding factor in the budget will be what type of stone or stones to purchase. If a genuine bridal diamond ring is beyond your budget then I wholeheartedly suggest you take a look at the CZ bridal rings. The bridal diamond ring may not have diamonds on it but a so called fake diamond. If you are about to get married and begin a whole new phase in your lives then we wish you everything that you would wish for yourselves. Mixed bands of white and yellow gold are popular because they will be easier to match with other items of jewellery that a woman may wear.
Cut of the stone
Firstly we talked about the cut of the stone. Now finding a good quality bright green tourmaline with this cut is not impossible to find but can be tricky so we decided that custom cutting was the way forward. We custom cut the green tourmaline from a larger cushion stone to create the look. We combined the chequer board facetted cut on top but with a more square proportioned shape rather than oval. The lapidaries squared up the proportions and then facetted the top of the stone.
This creating a square cushion shape with a facetted top! Donna felt a straight sided square stone would be a little harsh so decided that she would like to have the stone with softened corners. The initial stone was 1.72cts and ended up at 1.05ct. After being cut gemstone it is difficult. We searched for a green tourmaline of the right colour that could be cut to shape. The twist ring is simple in style holds the tourmaline for a modern design.