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The Large Crimson Rose Flower Diamond Engagement Ring – bbr607

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The Crimson Rose 1.58 ctw. Rose Cut Flower Diamond Engagement Ring – bbr607

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$4075.00 (14K Gold)

Other Metals:

18K Gold - $4325.00 Palladium - $4325.00 Platinum - $5075.00

Gold Options:

White, Yellow, Rose and Two Toned Gold

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Center Stone Options to Save Money

A center diamond is typically what people want, but they can be expensive, so we'd like to put some more options out there that you may not of thought about. Alternative to Diamonds Lustour Stone: The Lustour stone is perhaps the best alternative to a diamond. No other diamond simulate can match the diamond's natural brilliance, sparkle and fire like the Lustour. In fact, it's so hard to tell the difference, it would take a microscope and a very trained eye. They always come with a triple excellent cut, F-G color, and VS2-SI1 extremely eye clean clarity, and are available in almost any shape. The best part, it costs substantially less than a diamond of comparable size at $800 a ct. No one will know your center stone is not a diamond. It's that nice. White Sapphire: Sapphires are actually rarer than diamonds. When cut perfectly they look amazing, and could pass for a diamond with an amazing cut. Cut is everything when choosing a white sapphire to emulate a diamond. You can go much higher in carat weight and save thousands. Colored Gemstones: We used to sell only to jewelry stores and wholesalers, but since we started selling directly to the general public we were astonished by how many people wanted a sapphire or other colored gemstone as an alternative to a center diamond. Again, they look amazing especially with the high quality side diamonds we put in each ring. The color really pops, and it gets noticed. Moissanite: There are many qualities of moissanite. You need to use top quality moissanite. Lower quality will look as cheap as a cubic zirconia. Top quality moissanite costs around $700 to $1000 / ct. The reflective properties are pretty close to a diamond, and they have a nice sparkle. Second only to Lustour Stone. Cubic Zirconia: Typical cubic zirconia would have a hard time passing as a diamond, but there's such a thing called AAA Cubic Zirconia, and they look leaps and bounds better than any lower grade CZ. Typically costing around $50 to $150 for a 1 carat stone. If the funds are little tight, don't wait to propose! There's no need to. Using one of the options above, you can literally save thousands, and your diamond engagement ring will look amazing. Especially if you go with the Lustour Stone or Moissanite. Go with what you can afford, right now at this moment, and if you decide to purchase a diamond later, after you've had time to save for the perfect one, come back and we'll help you get the best deal possible. Call and talk to us about the options above. We'll be happy to answer any questions you may have, and if you decide a diamond alternative is for you, we'll even do the searching for you to find the best deal we can.


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Product Description:

"Rose, when the language was young, was the most beautiful word, being the name of the flower with the sweetest scent and the dark crimson petals with drops of fresh rain glistening in the afternoon as the lovers walked by." ~author unknown. This beautiful rose flower ring is our newest addition to the Blooming Beauty Ring Collection.

What's different about this ring compared to the Original Blooming Beauty, is The Crimson Rose is a touch more scaled back to allow the ring to have a more free flowing curved / waved band that continues around the entire setting. The head is much the same to keep in line with our other flower rings, yet angled slightly flatter. The other very noticeable aspect that's unique to the rose cut engagement ring, is the pave set diamonds. Instead of diamonds positioned in three different "columns" with a clear ending to give each section is own due, this time they are pave set outlining the complete outside of the band in one continuous endless wave around and underneath the upper flower petals.

This is the larger version of The Crimson Rose Ring. It larger and has more accent diamonds than it's smaller version to accommodate a larger center stone for a symmetrical look. This ring will hold a 1.25 ct. to 3.5 ct. center diamond / stone. If you wish to place a smaller center stone please click here for the smaller version of this flower ring.

 We've included both The Crimson Rose and The Original Blooming Beauty Ring below so you can see the difference side by side. 

All diamonds are a bright white G-H in color. 100% eye clean VS2-SI1 clarity, and cut with the utmost professional care to give amazing brilliance and sparkle with every turn of the ring. Available in 14K and 18K white or yellow Gold, Palladium or Platinum. Setting does not include a center diamond.
Please read this if you are looking for a center diamond for this setting.

The Crimson Rose 1.58 ctw.
Rose Cut Flower Ring

The Crimson Rose 1.58 ctw. Rose Cut Flower Diamond Engagement Ring

The Original Large 1.78 ctw.
Blooming Beauty Ring

The Large Original Blooming Beauty Engagement Ring

There are two versions to the Original BBR. You can see them here. Large 1.78 cts. | Small 1.37 cts.

Engagement Ring Specifics: Ordering Specifics:
Carat Weight: 1.58 cts. Shipping Time: This ring is made to order and needs at least 10 – 14 business days to ship.
Color: G-H Shipping Cost: Shipping is free to the Continental U.S. International shipping is not free and you should call first before ordering.
Clarity: VS2 – SI1 Resizing (if needed) Free one time resizing if needed.
Accent Diamond Shape(s): Round Sales Tax No sales tax unless ordering from the state of California.
Min / Max possible sizeof a center diamond: 1.25 cts. to 3.5 cts. / Anything lower please click here( Note: This ring looks best with a 1.50 ct. to 3.0 ct. center diamond / stone ) Ring Box: You will receive a beautiful ring box with your order.
Will work with these shape(s) for the center diamond: Round, Old Miners Cut, Square Asscher, Square Emerald, Princess, Square Radiant. Condition: This ring is made to order and will be absolutely brand new.

About the Side Diamonds in this Unique Engagement Ring:



The side diamonds of this engagement ring are G - H in color.

What this means is...

ALL the diamonds are virtually colorless. With a G/H color you get all the bright white of the D-F colors, but without the high price tag, and you avoid all the undesirable yellow tint of colors in the "I" and less colors. All your side diamonds are guaranteed to be bright white!

Take a look below at the color scale to get a better idea.

diamond color chart


All things being equal in two or more separate diamonds, with the naked eye, it's extremely hard to tell the difference between small D-F colored diamonds and G-H colored diamonds. In other words, by staying within the G-H color range you'll still get that same amazing white sparkle that you'd get from a D-E-F color diamond, but at a much cheaper cost.

Though most people will tell you that an I and J colored diamond falls in the colorless category, it's simply not so. There will always be a visual yellow tint in an I and J colored diamond, or below, and the difference will always be a more yellowish sparkle.

The Side diamonds of this engagement ring are VS2 - SI1 in clarity.

What this means is...

ALL the diamonds are absolutely eye clean. You will not see any inclusions such as black carbon spots, cracks or feathers with your naked eye. You would need a microscope to see any flaws. With a VS2/SI1 clarity you get all the visible perfection of the higher grades, without the huge price tag, and you avoid all the unsightly inclusions that you will see if you purchase a SI2 or lower clarity. Your side diamonds will be absolutely gorgeous to look at.

To get a better understanding of diamond clarity, please, take a look below.

Diamond Clarity Chart


All the side diamonds will have a cut grade of excellent to very good.

What this means is...

When your diamonds have a cut grade of excellent to very good you can be sure that you will receive the most sparkle from the diamond(s). This is because every facet (the mirror like sides of any diamond) are cut in such a fashion that they will reflect all light that hits your diamond up to the top where you visually see the sparkle and glimmer. With lower cuts you will get light leakage. Meaning the light that hits your diamond will not be redirected up to the top, but most of the light will be reflected out the sides making your diamond appear dull. All of your side diamonds will be absolutely full of life and brilliance.

Adding a Center Diamond

This setting does not include a center diamond. However, we can find one for you if do not have one. Being an engagement ring designer we have access to diamonds you might not see on any other website, and we have access to prices usually much lower than those you see anywhere else (In most cases). Just give us a call and ask us.

Please be aware that if you need us to find you a great center diamond, we usually will talk to the diamond dealers themselves to avoid all the middle man costs. If we find you one, we will let you know right away. We say "Right Away" because the deals we get from other diamond distributors / dealers are "private" deals that will last for a few days at the very most. After that, if you take no action (such as purchase it), the diamond distributor will make that diamond available to the public again. This is just the way the diamond industry operates.