You might be wondering why you should opt for a Welsh gold diamond ring as opposed to regular jewellery. Welsh gold is the rarest form of gold in the world. Not only is it the most precious but it is becoming more and more scarce as each day passes. This is because Welsh gold is mined from the country of Wales and the supply is running out. Experts predict there will be no more Welsh gold to mine by 2016. That’s not too far off if you’ve noticed. So before you buy that diamond ring for your loved one, whether it’s for an engagement, wedding, anniversary or other milestone, invest in Welsh gold jewellery. Below are some of the popular diamond ring designs made from Welsh gold. By familiarizing yourself with the styles and designs of Welsh gold jewellery you will be able to pick out the perfect diamond ring for your loved one.
The diamond rings are offered in 9 and 18 ct Welsh gold. Each diamond ring has a touch of rare Welsh gold that was mined from the Snowdonia Mountains in Wales. Welsh gold rings come in a variety of gold shades including white gold, yellow gold, rose gold and then there’s silver. Many of the rings have a combination of two shades of gold to give the jewellery a unique aspect. The most popular combinations include rose and yellow gold or silver and rose gold. Princess and brilliant cut diamonds are used in most of the diamond Jewellery designs.
The silver and rose gold combination is perfect for men who wish to get Welsh gold diamond rings for their girlfriends. This is the ring that says “I’m going to marry you someday and I am deeply committed to you.” These rings can be used as a promise or eternity ring for those who wish to show their commitment but still have time to think about marriage. The Cariad collection has a ring shaped in the word Cariad with a diamond in a heart of rose gold over the i. Cariad means sweetheart or beloved in the Welsh language and by presenting this Welsh gold ring to her she will be reminded of your affection wherever she is. Another exquisite choice is the Snowdon lily ring which is a rare flower that grows wild in the Snowdonia mountains. Lines of silver intricately weave in and out to form the shape of the ring with the petals of the flower in the centre. 4 delicate diamonds are encrusted in a rose gold setting which is nestled in the centre of the flower. You will not find jewellery like this anywhere else in the world. Other popular silver and rose gold jewellery designs include the Calon Cariad ring and the Second Sight ring.