What’s stranger? People are paying THOUSANDS for these mysterious stones. There’s a jaw-dropping new trend in engagement rings…Welcome to the world of black diamond rings. Yes…they’re diamonds that are actually BLACK in color. They’re all the rage for brides-to-be, and they’re exactly what they sound like. Diamonds that happen to be black. In a fiber optic light, the edges of a REAL black diamond will appear to have dark brown edges. There are many fakes on the market, so if you or your beloved is looking for a black diamond engagement ring, make sure to push him in the right direction.
Suitors are giving girlfriends black diamonds as promise rings...
...but edgier girls are asking their sweethearts for black diamond engagement rings!
Some lovers of this new trend opt for simple, signet style black diamond engagement rings.
Others opt for these dark, mysterious stones in incredibly ornate settings.
And then there are those who are fine with just a solitaire black diamond engagement ring...provided it's surrounded in white diamonds. (And I mean SURROUNDED!)
Black diamond rings can also be mounted in black gold...Seriously, I never even knew black gold existed...
But it does make the ideal setting for a black diamond ring.
The mix of white diamonds and black diamonds set against black gold is totally "rocker chic," though these certainly are not traditional engagement rings!
This more modest design is equal parts dainty and unique.
Black diamonds also look great when set in rose gold...
This rose gold black diamond engagement ring is fit for a queen. Seriously.
Then there's always a more traditional setting for the bride who loves GOLD.
Or princess-worthy PLATINUM!
The price of this peculiar engagement ring varies. Overstock advertises this beauty for a reasonable $401.99.
Whereas this 10K Solid Gold Black Diamond Ring sells for a cool $1,585.00.
Think that's crazy? This beauty will set you back $9,999.00! THAT'S MORE THAN I SPENT ON MY CAR!!
Though, I think the rings with the creative designs are the nicest.
This vintage-style rose gold engagement ring with black and white diamonds isn't a zillion dollars...but I'd be proud to wear one on my ring finger!
The best part of all is the mystery surrounding the formation of these beautiful black diamonds. No one knows quite why black diamonds are darker in hue…but I think there’s nothing better. Please SHARE these beautiful, trendy rings with all of your friends if you love them as much as I do!