Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Cz Rings for Milestones

cubic zirconia rings

For all my high school readers, here’s an article for you. The end of the year comes quicker than you think, and for Seniors that means graduation. High School graduation is a rite of passage for all adolescents—especially in America. Graduation brings with it a lot of traditions including the purchase of a class ring. When I graduated from High school there was a very limited selection of women’s class rings. These days, there are so many options for girls and guys alike, from traditional to modern and cheap to expensive. The metals vary from sterling to platinum and you can even get diamonds set in your class ring. Furthermore, class ring companies have expanded their product lines to incorporate more than just rings. Now you can buy class bracelets, necklaces, key chains, earrings, pens, magnets, t-shirts, and much much more.

Some of my friends in high school got diamonds placed into their rings, but most purchased cubic zirconia rings. The great thing about cz rings is that the price is much more affordable than diamonds or any other precious stone. The gems still look amazingly sparkly and beautiful too. I recommend cz rings for class rings and any other commemorative occasion including engagement & wedding rings and anniversaries.
cz rings
If you are an adult past high school, but never bought a class ring, it’s not too late. You can still buy yourself a class ring personalized with your graduation year, high school, and name engraved. You can pick the cut of the jewel, the ring style, the metal, the warrantee, etc. Class rings are not a huge fashion trend. In fact, few people continue to wear their high school class rings past college. However, they commemorate an important chapter in a person’s life and for a short time have very great value to the wearer. I remember that senior year I just had to have a class ring. I was going to die if I didn’t buy one. Everyone was buying them and I too wanted to remember those four years (and be like everyone else). If you are considering buying a high school ring for yourself or perhaps for your child remember that while they can be pricy, you can cut the price in half by choosing a modest design, a cheaper durable metal like sterling silver, and a cubic zirconia setting.

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