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How much costs a wedding ring?

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2015-09-10 07:47:26

The average cost of a wedding ring depends on a number of

factors; namely the cut, weight, clarity, color and carat. All

these factors have a grading system as well, which determines the

price of the diamonds. Other factors include the cost of

manufacturing as well as the design of the ring

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2010-03-07 13:36:34

Anywhere from $200 to $2000 - depends on metal and whether you

will have diamonds or not.

If the couple doesn't have much money then it's just fine to buy

a nice ring that is considered Costume Jewelry (not real stones,

but no one could tell the difference if they saw it) and Austrian

Crystal is beautiful and looks just like diamonds. After you have

been married a few year perhaps you may want a real diamond or your

husband may want to buy you one. Whether it's a real diamond or not

is not the question, it's how much you love each other. When my

husband and I got married in 1972 he didn't have a lot of money,

but insisted on getting me a diamond Engagement ring. I wasn't much

into diamonds (call me crazy LOL) and because I knew he didn't have

a lot of money I chose a very tiny diamond (I have small hands

anyway) it had a wedding band of white gold too. The two rings

didn't even cost $200. When our 25th Wedding Anniversary came and

we celebrated it by saying our vows again and had 100 friends at a

beautiful lodge to witness it (fun party) I was surprised my

husband presented me with a beautiful ruby ring. I love rubies even

more than diamonds. If I had to choose diamonds then pink diamonds

are my favorite. Don't drain your bank account by buying an overly

expensive diamond ring and save that extra money for a nice

honeymoon or put it towards furniture or save it towards a house

for yourselves. 'A fool soon parts with their money.'


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