Tips On Buying Diamond Ring Guards!
By: Sarah Jeffery
Ring enhancers or guards are primarily meant to be worn with solitaire rings for protection and enhancement. However, they may also be used in place of conventional wedding bands. Ring guards are designed to blend in perfectly with otherwise standalone solitaire engagement rings. This makes them brilliant alternatives for plain wedding bands that may not complement the engagement ring and look a little out of place. Like diamond ring wraps, diamond ring guards are a type of ring enhancers. As the name suggests, they enhance engagement rings by adding more stones, providing support and emphasizing the charm. Ring guards usually sit below the solitaire ring while ring wraps wrap around it, providing support from both above and below. All types of enhancers hold the ring in place and prevent it from rolling over during sweaty, hot weather. When buying diamond ring guards, it is advisable to go for one size larger. Resizing a ring guard is very difficult and a task rarely performed. Buying ring guards a tad larger than your ring size makes room for minor adjustments and ensures a proper fit for both the ring and the center stone. You may or may not want the metal to match that of your engagement ring.