Perhaps one of the most gorgeous rings on the market today is a gold willow ring. The style combines an elegant pearl in a solitary setting with small diamonds surrounding it, complimenting it perfectly. This great design is a perfect finishing touch for any occasion, but it really shines when used with formal attire. There are several different ways to compliment the willow ring, including complimenting it with a pearl necklace or earrings of the same color and style.
Each Golden South Sea pearl was handpicked for its gold-tinted luster and perfect warm overtones. Because of this, it has the ability to grasp attention and immediately draw the eye, especially in the more unique environment of a ring rather than the traditional necklace or earrings. Wearing it with other golds and warm autumn colors will help this ring give you the complementary look you seek. This style of ring can also be worn with whites and lighter colors, which bring out the warmth in the pearl perfectly.
The unique design makes each ring a fashion statement without being too bold, excepting rings with more accents. The style has a classic appeal that anyone can appreciate, making it appropriate for any age group to wear.
One really great way to make this ring special is to make it an engagement ring! As each generation grows and gives rise to new generations, a new style of engagement rings emerge; a dominant trend for these special tokens of love is to make it one of a kind, different and unique. Aside from using white or rose gold rather than tradition gold or platinum for the bands, the gem can be changed from a diamond to anything else, including the beautiful radiance of a pearl. With the diamonds surrounding it, the willow pearl ring can be that extra special touch to the beginning of a new life with a loved one.
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