Sofia Lior Diamonds jewelry store have been in business selling moissanite engagement rings in Dallas and Lab Diamonds for almost 5 years, but our owners have been in the business of Loose Diamonds over 30 years of combined experience in custom jewelry engagement ring design and wholesale loose mined diamonds.

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Behind our 15-year success is our panel of expert jewelers who have been scouring the entire globe in pursuit of the best and most stunning jewelry that can be offered at affordable price for you.
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The price of lab-grown diamonds is on average 50% lower than that of natural diamonds.

Engagement Ring Design Process

Select Jewelry Ring

Select the design of your engagement ring setting

Select a Loose Stone

Select the centerpiece of your engagement ring setting

Complete Your Ring

Review and Finalize your Completed Engagement Ring Design

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Lab Created Diamond Engagement Rings in Dallas TX

A custom engagement ring with lab diamonds is a ring that is designed and created specifically for an individual customer, and it features diamonds that are lab-grown rather than mined from the earth. Lab-grown diamonds are created using advanced technological processes that replicate the conditions under which diamonds form naturally. They are chemically, physically, and optically identical to natural diamonds, but they are typically more affordable and more environmentally friendly than mined diamonds.

A custom engagement ring with lab diamonds allows you to create a unique and personalized piece of jewelry that reflects your personal style and values. The size of an engagement ring, measured in carats, is a matter of personal preference and budget. There is no "right" or "wrong" number of carats for an engagement ring. Some people prefer larger, more dramatic rings with diamonds that are several carats in size, while others prefer smaller, more subtle rings with diamonds that are just a few points in size.

Diamond shapes for engagement rings

There are many different diamond shapes for engagement rings, including:
Round: This is the most popular shape for engagement rings. Round diamonds have a classic and timeless look.

Princess: This shape is square or rectangular with pointed corners. Princess diamonds are a popular choice for engagement rings because they have a modern and stylish look.

Emerald: This shape is rectangular with cropped corners. Emerald diamonds have a sophisticated and elegant look.

Marquise: This shape is oval with pointed ends. Marquise diamonds have a unique and elegant look.

Oval: This shape is similar to a round diamond, but with a slightly elongated shape. Oval diamonds have a classic and elegant look.

Pear: This shape is a combination of a round and marquise diamond, with a pointed end and a rounded end. Pear diamonds have a unique and romantic look.

Cushion: This shape is a combination of a round and a square diamond, with rounded corners. Cushion diamonds have a vintage and romantic look.

Asscher: This shape is similar to an emerald diamond, but with a more square shape and larger, deeper cuts. Asscher diamonds have a vintage and sophisticated look.

What should I know before buying an engagement ring?

Before buying an engagement ring, there are a few things you should consider:

  • Set a budget: Determine how much you can afford to spend on an engagement ring. Keep in mind that you'll also need to budget for the wedding and any other expenses that come with getting married.
  • Understand the 4 C's: The 4 C's refer to the cut, color, clarity, and carat weight of a diamond. These factors determine the quality and price of a diamond. It's important to understand the 4 C's, so you can make an informed decision when choosing a diamond.
  • Choose the right metal: Engagement rings are typically made of gold, platinum, or white gold. Each metal has its own unique properties and costs. Consider which metal is the best fit for your budget and personal style.
  • Find the right style: There are many different styles of engagement rings to choose from. Consider your partner's personal style and what they might like before making a decision.
  • Shop around: Don't be afraid to shop around and compare prices from different jewelers. It's important to find the best value for your money.
  • Get the ring insured: Engagement rings can be expensive, so it's a good idea to get them insured to protect your investment.
  • Propose in a meaningful way: The proposal is an important part of the engagement process, so think about how you want to pop the question. Make it personal and meaningful for your relationship.

The size of the diamond in an engagement ring is often influenced by factors such as the individual's personal style, their budget, and the size and shape of their finger. It is generally recommended to choose a diamond that is proportionate to the size and shape of the finger, as a ring with a diamond that is too large or small may not look as balanced or aesthetically pleasing.

Ultimately, the number of carats in an engagement ring should be based on what you and your partner feel is best for your relationship and your individual preferences. It is important to choose a ring that you both love and feel comfortable wearing. If you want to buy engagement rings in our shop, look rings in our online jewelry store.