Bensimon Diamonds Might Have Changed Engagement Rings Forever

Ron Bensimon from Australia might have cracked the code of engagement ring design. Turning the daunting task of picking the perfect ring and turning it into a unique moment that couples will never forget.

‘I found that most women said there was something about their ring they would change,’ Bensimon said in an interview. ‘I thought that the modern way to propose could be just with the diamond, and to design the ring together is a nice touch.’

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From this came the design of Bensimon’s signature ‘diamond box’, a truly impressive case that houses the selected diamond for the proposal. The couple then work together to design the dream ring, giving women the chance to select and build something they will love for the rest of their life!

The Melbourne retailer’s highly customized service has been at the centre of multiple Australian celebs big moments, including Whitney Port and Nicole Trunfio! Being only a few of Bensimon’s clients, setting the stage on what’s possible when proposing to the one you love.

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Dinosaur Bone Rings by Hileman Silver Jewelry

What could be more unique than a set of dinosaur bone wedding rings as a lasting symbol of your love and commitment?  These Dinosaur bone rings  are handcrafted in sterling silver, stainless steel and 14 karat gold. 3_gray_dinosaur_bone_rings

These unique rings are handmade by the Hileman family in Arizona. They offer dinosaur bone wedding bands, engagement rings, bridal sets and matching dinosaur bone wedding ring sets that can be customized to fit your needs, taste and budget.

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What is Fossilized Dinosaur Bone?

 The dinosaur bone used in dinosaur bone rings is actually no longer bone as we know it.  The organic bone material from the fallen dinosaur has long since decayed and over millions of years and has been replaced by stone.  Under very specific conditions a rare process happens where the minerals that are deposited in the bone cavity form agate.  The process is similar to how petrified wood is formed. Read more here 

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