It feels like your whole life has led up to this moment. You have known she was your soulmate from the first time you spoke to her, or from your first kiss.
Maybe it took months to realize it. Or maybe you were friends for years and one day you just knew you were in love with her.
It doesn't matter how you got here, all that is important if you're ready to pop the questions to the love of your life.
You've thought of the perfect way to propose. Now you just need one missing piece: the ring.
You decided diamond rings are not special enough for her and want to look into some more unique options.
We're here to tell you why you should consider a Tsavorite ring, and what makes it the perfect, one-of-a-kind engagement ring for your loved one.
The Tsavorite gemstone is an extremely rare type of Grossular Garnet. It originates in Africa and was first discovered in Tanzania in 1967 by Scottish geologist Campbell Bridges.
The color of Tsavorite is similar to an emerald gemstone. They have high clarity and transparency, yet are saturated in a beautiful dark green.
These stones are much rarer and durable than emerald, but they're actually less expensive.
Since its discovery in the 60's, Tsavorite has only been found in Tanzania, Southeastern Kenya, and two places in Madagascar.
In addition to its rarity, Tsavorite may have unique powers.
The stone is said to encourage love and compassion, build self-confidence, help calm negative emotions, and help with decision-making.
Choosing the perfect engagement ring can be a big challenge, especially if you don't know much about types of stones, sizing, and prices.
Before looking at rings, come up with a budget and spending limit.
Once you have an idea of how much you can afford to spend, figure out the stone, size, and type of band.
This may seem like a difficult task, but here are some tips on choosing the right ring for your future wife.
Consider a Tsavorite gemstone for your future fiance if you want an especially unique and rare engagement ring.
Tsavorite rings can vary widely in appearance. You could get a large, rectangular Tsavorite stone, or multiple small, circular stones around the band of the ring.
Another option would be getting a Tsavorite stone with the more traditional wedding ring stone, diamond, surrounding it. This allows for you to keep it unique, while also including the traditional wedding stone.
If you're the creative type, consider creating your own design for the engagement ring.
If you aren't very creative, just go look at different Tsavorite rings, and pick the one that speaks to you most.
This all may seem very overwhelming, but we're here to help you. You know your future fiance best, but we know everything there is to know about engagement rings.
Contact us today so we can assist you in finding the perfect, unique Tsavorite ring to demonstrate your eternal love.