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Engagement Ring of the Week: Over the Rainbow for Emerald

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Emerald is a color that has enchanted me ever since I first saw the Wizard of OZ. And I am only slightly ashamed to admit that, as my fiancé and I started planning for our own wedding this coming August, I pitched hard for a Wizard of OZ undercurrent (NOT theme, just unifying idea) for our big day. I even took him to a sunset Wizard of OZ screening and picnic in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden to be like “See, wouldn’t this just be charming?”

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Fortunately for my fiancé, and our guests, cooler heads prevailed and we opted for a simple lakeside wedding in Tahoe. But that doesn’t mean I’ve stopped fantasizing about donning my own pair of ruby slippers and walking down the yellow brick aisle in a modern emerald wedding gown.

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And, with the one-two punch of Oz the Great & Powerful premiering this March and Emerald recently being named as 2013’s “Color of the Year” by Pantone, there will soon be a plethora of accent items available for any other brides-to-be who may want to sneak a few “somewhere over the rainbow” elements into their special day.

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Including – Ta-Da! – our gorgeous engagement ring of the week – the epitome of Emerald Elegance. It’s a Georgian Emerald ring surrounded by 16 mine cut diamonds. The ring is set in silver and topped in 18k gold, with a bewitching head reminiscent of an ornate dragon’s jaw open in profile. All the better for the bride to be who plans to channel a little Glinda the good witch on her big day.

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Is there a film that has been fueling your wedding day fantasies? Let us know if we can be of assistance finding the perfect ring for your own storybook romance.

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Bonus: take a peek at our curated collection of Emerald treasures, for when you want to channel a little less Glinda, a little more Wicked Witch of the East.

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