A jewelry expert highlights the top mistakes to avoid.
Often known as the season of new beginnings, spring is marked by fresh blooms, pastel hues, and warm weather outings. It’s a time when many choose to let go of their winter worries, shifting their mindsets to embrace the fresh air and seasonal changes. But even with all the joy and excitement associated with this lovely time of year, for those who are currently married or engaged, there are a few risk factors to keep in mind as it relates to your engagement ring;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “engagement ring.
According to Janie Marshall, head of brand at Clean Origin, an engagement ring is a precious piece of jewelry that should be kept safe every season of the year. “At Clean Origin, we know just how significant this piece of jewelry is—a symbol of commitment, shared values, and lifelong love. Many of our couples also see it as a family heirloom, meant to be treasured and passed down through generations,” she shares. And given the importance associated with these rings, we asked Marshall to help break down the top five ways you could be putting your engagement ring at risk this spring. Avoid these mistakes to ensure a stress-free and cheerful season.
Janie Marshall is the head of brand at Clean Origin, a luxury lab-grown diamond and jewelry company.
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