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After the pain and hassle of finding someone you love and can live with, you’ll have to suffer the financial headache of getting married. It can be expensive…very expensive.
November 17, 2008 8:27 by kippreport
You won’t be fooling anyone if you try to scrimp on the ring. The rock has to be big and flawless, which spells e-x-p-e-n-s-i-v-e. And if you think any cut will do, you’re wrong. It has to be the right cut. The perfect cut. Perhaps even the Dubai cut. That’s right, Dubai has its own cut that was inspired by the 99 names of Allah. Only 1800 have been produced per year, which means they’re exclusive. You know what that means? They’re more expensive than your average cut. But this is no time for stinginess. Head to Dhamani Jewels DMCC, which won the exclusive license to sell the Dubai cut, for a quote. But if you’re too tight to splurge on a ring, diamond rings (depending on their color, their weight and how flawless they are) start at approximately AED3000.
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