Choosing your diamond ring

Buying a diamond ring is a process that perfectly combines emotion and reflection, transforming this moment into a veritable quest for perfect harmony. Defining the budget is the first essential step in thediamond ring-buying process. A sound approach is to strike a balance between dream and reality, without compromising one's financial health. With this in mind, Flamme en rose offers a wide range of diamonds to suit different budgets, and gives you the tools to find out how much to pay for an engagement ring


It's important to remember that the price of a diamond ring not only defines the jewel's value, but also represents an emotional investment. Whether you're drawn to the elegant simplicity of a solitaire, the luxurious sparkle of a diamond-paved wedding band or the originality of an emerald-inspired design, every ring has a story to tell. Flamme en rose excels in creating one-of-a-kind pieces, making it possible to find the jewel that resonates with everyone's individuality.

Emblematic styles of diamond rings

In jewelry, the solitaire diamond ring favors a central diamond that catches the light and glances with unparalleled brilliance. The larger and more brilliant the diamond, the higher the price of the ring. There are alternatives to natural diamonds that will lower the cost of the ring, such as laboratory-cut diamonds and moissanite.

The diamond ring with pavé, set with multiple inlaid diamonds, enhances the effect of brilliance by creating a carpet of light. As on this ring with pavé, the continuous sparkle is synonymous with luxury, and its style is perfectly suited to bold personalities.

As for the halo diamond ring, the luminous circle surrounds the central diamond with a crown of small diamonds, amplifying its brilliance and stunning effect. The halo ring symbolizes precious, elegant love, enveloping the wearer in an aura of light.

Diamond characteristics and quality

The 4Cs of a diamond play a crucial role in a jewel's beauty and value.

  1. The carat, which measures weight, has a direct influence on price.
  2. The cut determines the sparkle and brilliance of the diamond.
  3. Clarity assesses internal and external imperfections.
  4. Color, graded from D (colorless) to Z (yellowish), affects the way the diamond reflects light.

For example, an E-rated 2-carat emerald-cut diamond ring with no internal occlusions, highly coveted for its elegance and ability to reflect light, will be worth a small fortune and unfortunately will not be accessible to everyone.

Choosing a diamond engagement ring is therefore an exercise that requires consideration of all four criteria to strike a balance between budget and desire for light and sparkle. A 1-carat can be perfect for combining size and quality, making the final choice as unique as the occasion it celebrates.

Special occasions: Find the perfect diamond ring

Special occasions deserve jewelry that captures the essence of the moment, making the choice of ring crucial. These precious moments deserve rings that not only celebrate love and partnership, but also embody luxury and elegance.


An engagement ring is not to be chosen lightly, as it symbolizes love and eternal commitment. It's important to consider current trends while respecting personal preferences to find the jewel that speaks to the heart. A diamond engagement ring should reflect the light and brilliance of your love. Whether it's a classic solitaire or a more modern design, the ring you choose becomes an important testimony to your story.


Marriage marks another chapter in which jewelry plays a symbolic role. Coordination between the diamond wedding band and the engagement ring is essential. Opting for a wedding band with a large diamond, whether in yellow, white or rose gold, can provide a magnificent contrast, ensuring that the light and joy of the occasion are magnified. At Flamme en rose, we love to create ring duos that work in perfect harmony.

Caring for and cleaning a diamond ring

Care of a diamond ring is essential to preserve its beauty and durability. These precious jewels, symbols of eternal commitment, require special care to maintain their brilliance and brilliance over time.

For effective maintenance, we recommend cleaning your ring regularly with a solution of mild soap and lukewarm water, using a soft bristle brush to reach delicate areas. After cleaning, rinse the ring thoroughly with lukewarm water and dry with a soft, lint-free cloth.

It's also advisable to take it to a jewelry professional once a year toensure that the claws are solid, guaranteeing the safety of the diamonds and the integrity of the setting. At all costs, avoid exposing your diamond ring to aggressive chemicals, and remove it when engaged in activities that could damage it.

FAQ - Frequently asked questions about diamond rings

How to choose the right diamond size for a ring?

When choosing a diamond size for a ring, consider budget and personal preferences for style and appearance, bearing in mind that larger, colorless diamonds offer more sparkle, but are more expensive. Also consider the proportion and size of the hand, which influence the visual harmony of the ring when worn.

What criteria should I consider when buying a diamond ring?

When buying a diamond ring, it's essential to consider the 4Cs, i.e. carat, cut, clarity and color, to assess the diamond's quality and beauty. You should also consider the style of the setting and the quality of the metal, preferring gold and platinum.

How do I care for and clean a diamond ring?

To maintain and clean a diamond ring, use a solution of warm water and mild soap, brush gently with a soft-bristle brush, rinse and dry with a lint-free cloth. Consider periodic professional maintenance by a jeweller to maintain the integrity of the setting, the strength of the setting and the brilliance of the jewel.

How can you tell if a diamond is genuine?

To determine the authenticity of a diamond, you need to observe unique refractive features that are not present in imitations. A thermal conductivity test can also be performed, since diamonds conduct heat differently from fakes. It is strongly recommended to consult a gemmologist or use a diamond tester for an accurate assessment.