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5 best ways to decide how much to spend on an engagement ring

Proposing marriage to the person you love is a life-changing experience. The nerves of waiting for them to say "yes" are quickly replaced by the hope that they will love the ring you chose. Deciding how much to spend on an engagement ring is always a personal decision. We've put together 5 tips for making the right engagement ring decision for your finances
1. Salary and an engagement ring
A commonly cited rule of thumb is that an engagement ring should cost one to three months of your monthly salary. What is this figure based on? Suppose you earn 2,000 euros a month and you are ready to ask the question. The recommendation is two months of salary, so it would reach 4,000 euros.  Above all, however, the ring is a romantic sign of your commitment to your partner, so consider their thoughts about it. Have you ever commented that you wanted a luxurious ring? Or do you prefer simple ones and will you like something less flashy? With this information, you can advance by calculat…

Certified pink diamonds: everything you need to know

The certificate could be compared to the pink diamond identity card. It is the document that gives us all the information about it and allows us to understand its real value. It is this gemological certificate that distinguishes one stone from another in a way that makes them unique and unmistakable, just as it happens with our ID.
It was not until 1970 that gemological certificates and, therefore, certified pink diamonds appeared. Since then, it is a document of vital importance in the sale of pink diamonds by retailers, although it is also an essential reference for pink diamond and merchants in the sector.
How to know the price of a pink diamond?  A gemological certificate provides accurate information about the pink diamond's measurements, its depth, the percentage of the surface, the possible fluorescence or its unique internal characteristics. However, contrary to what you might think,  the certificate does not give information about the financial value of the gem.
Among the…