Topazery prides itself on providing brides and brides-to-be with engagement rings and wedding bands that not only reflect their unique personality but also set them apart on their big day.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
The nuptials experts at The Wedding Planner recently singled out a Topazery engagement ring as one that bucks the cookie-cutter trend so often popping up on television and movie screens these days. The recognition was specifically given to a swirling diamond wedding band in the antique jewelry boutique’s collection.
In coming up with the list, The Wedding Planner used as its main criterion the notion that “every bride is unique, and her engagement ring should be too.” It then gave the number one nod to Topazery’s swirling diamond engagement ring. Describing the band as delicate and feminine, the author ultimately deemed the engagement ring “Perfect for: Jane Austen fans, avid knitters, and lovers of silk, lace, and velvet.”
The list compiler went on to gush, “Doesn’t it look like something that the girls from ‘Downton Abbey’ would fall in love with? Every angle has little details to admire, and it would be ideal for a few simple words to be inscribed on the inner band.”
The swirling diamond wedding band of which the list maker speak is constructed of 18k white gold in the antique style. It features a delightful pattern of scrolls and swirls threading down its shoulders and is set in a swirling array of diamonds that total 0.33 carat.
“Topazery prides itself on providing brides and brides-to-be with engagement rings and wedding bands that not only reflect their unique personality but also set them apart on their big day. So I was quite honored for one of our rings to make The Wedding Planner’s cut for precisely those reasons,” explains Topazery’s spokesperson. “I was even more tickled to see the site reference both Jane Austen and ‘Downton Abbey’ in describing the swirling diamond wedding band’s ideal owner.”
“Jane Austen epitomizes Victorian romance, and ‘Downton Abbey’ embraces the Art Deco jewelry period, whose stylings are back in style thanks to the popular TV show and the recent ‘The Great Gatsby’ movie,” she points out. “Both jewelry periods inspire many of the pieces in the Topazery collection.” Although the swirling engagement ring selected by The Wedding Planner is not an antique one, it is fashioned in the antique style with elements drawn from both the Victorian and Art Deco periods.
For more information on how to differentiate one’s nuptials with a one-of-a-kind antique, vintage or antique style engagement ring or wedding band, contact Jan Walden at (678) 528-8901. To browse Topazery Jewelry’s full collection of unique jewelry items, visit the company online at http://www.topazery.com/.