Many people choose heart shaped diamonds for the uniqueness it brings to the table and blends with popular precious metals. Of course, diamonds of this shape are a popular center stone choice for an engagement ring since they’re commonly seen as having romantic qualities. Even celebs love to flaunt heart shaped diamond rings.
If you too love heart shaped diamond engagement rings, then go for a solitaire setting so that the attention of people remains firmly on the center stone. In addition, consider a platinum metal band to complement the heart shaped diamond. The ring should have strong claws holding the centerpiece diamond, protecting its delicate point and symmetrical curves, while the innovative metal directs more light to the center stone.
You can also go for rose gold band, as it amplifies the natural romantic symbolism of a heart shaped diamond. In fact, the unique silhouette of the heart shaped stone is more celebrated just as the precious metal band converges on the center stone of the ring.
As for the budget shoppers, yellow gold is surfacing in the market as an increasingly popular metal band. The precious metal lends a contrast to the centerpiece diamond’s colorless tones, but it still can neutralize secondary yellow overtones in the heart shaped diamond.