These magnificent celebrity engagement rings demonstrate that a diamond, if not a marriage, can last a lifetime. Roman brides were given a gold ring to wear in public and an iron ring to wear at home, so engagement rings haven't always been all about the diamond. Simple poesy rings were fashionable in Europe in the 1700s, whereas Puritan men in New England were said to have given thimbles to their betrotheds instead of frivolous rings (though women often cut off the tops and wore them as rings anyway).
Let's fast forward to 1947, when De Beers coined the phrase "A diamond is forever." Richard Barton's 33-carat ring was then delivered to Elizabeth Taylor.
Then there was a short break. There's also a new boom from the late 1990s.
Oval gatsby engagement ring are one of the most recent trends, according to the film "The Great Gatsby."
This jewelry represents the story's themes of riches and privilege, and I designed it with the highest level of elegance and luxury in mind.