Horse Themed Engagement Rings

BC0213Are you planning to pop the question to your favorite horsewoman this Valentine’s Day? As you can imagine, this romantic holiday is one of the most popular days to propose.

(The other two biggies are Christmas and New Year’s, so keep reading if you’re thinking about asking her but aren’t quite ready yet!)

Shopping for engagement rings can be frustrating. There are certainly plenty of diamond engagement rings out there, but let’s be real: a lot of them look the same. This year, we’re seeing a lot of square cut diamonds surrounded by bands of channel set smaller stones; sometimes there are diamonds set in the band as well. Lovely to be sure – but do you want the same ring everyone else has for your one-of-a-kind love story?

If your sweetheart is as passionate about her horses as she is about you, consider giving her an equestrian themed engagement ring. A great example is this 14K White Gold Snaffle Bit Ring. The sophisticated design is instantly recognizable to horse lovers. This elegant motif has long been a favorite of top fashion designers like Hermes – perfect for the design conscious bride-to-be! It’s also available in yellow gold if that’s what your lady prefers. .15 cwt of diamonds – the traditional symbol of enduring love! – sparkle beautifully. Take her breath away with a ring she’s going to love wearing everyday.

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Another lovely equestrian themed engagement ring is this 14K Gold Horseshoe Nail with Diamond. Horseshoe nails have long been considered exceptionally lucky, and who doesn’t need a little luck where love is involved? Back in the day, blacksmiths were thought to be almost magical people by their communities due to their mysterious abilities to transform metal with heat, muscle, and skill. Today, we turn to an extremely talented USA goldsmith to create this stunning version – the perfect way to say “Will you marry me?”

 

 

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