Best massive bling rings 2021. Because nothing SCREAMS bling better than a monumental bauble.
Miss Cee has a rule when it comes to bling for your fingers:
If the ring doesn’t weigh your whole hand down it’s not worth putting on in the first place.
You kids remember that.
And while we’re in skool mode here’s the next jewelry related life-lesson:
ONLY buy precious stones.
Forget about semi-precious offerings like tourmalines or topaz. Yes, they DO look lovely and we’ve included some here. But PRECIOUS stones are the only jewels that hold their value.
So get your eyes on the prize of a diamond, ruby, sapphire or emerald.
See, sometimes fewer choices can be a GOOD thing, poppets.
Still taking bling notes? Write THIS down:
Rubies and blue sapphires are much MUCH rarer than diamonds.
Get them while you still can!
And be sure that your gemstone comes with a certificate, like a GIA Certificate.
Look on the certificate to confirm that your stone is NOT heat treated. Often colored stones have their color enhanced by a variety of techniques.
But the color will fade over time. Make sure you get a ruby, emerald or sapphire that is a strong NATURAL color, unenhanced.
And if you’re buying a diamond don’t forget the three MOST important little letters. D, I and F.
D is the best, purest, clearest and whitest color grade for a diamond.
I.F. stands for Internally Flawless which means there are no imperfections or tiny marks INSIDE the diamond. This means that if the diamond has been cut skillfully it will sparkle at its maximum BLINDING bling capacity.
Also D-IF diamonds are the most valuable and therefore have the highest resale value too.