Category: Diamond Rings
Planning a surprise engagement can involve lots of detective work, sneaking around and creatively coming up with a wide range of reasons why you are late from work or busy at lunch. The work of keeping your big surprise under wraps does not finish once you have sealed the deal and picked the ring.
At Larsen Jewellery we are fortunate to spend our days working with couples helping to bring their dream rings to life. Every year we see new trends come and go and then there are the classics, the ones that are here to stay.
Fine jewellery is a luxury many of us invest in over our lifetime. Most often it’s an engagement and wedding ring but there is something so special about owning a dress ring.
As the winter months subside in Australia and we start to peel ourselves away from the couch, we fondly remember the nights spent getting wrapped up in the quest for love on the Bachelor and Bachelorette.
The Art deco era of design, prevalent during the 1920s and the 1930s, has proven to be a continued source of inspiration in all areas of design. Jewellery is no exception either, in fact, the period of Art Deco is one of the most popular references when recreating a vintage inspired piece.
Choosing to have an engagement ring custom made means you truly can have whatever you wish for. Regardless of how traditional or unique the ring you have in mind maybe, working with a great jeweller means that it can be brought to life.
Fancy shaped diamonds are considered to be all those shapes other than a round. The round is the most popular, but it is certainly not the only
The magic number to many looking for an engagement ring is and has been for many years the number ONE. The 1 carat round brilliant solitaire is considered by some as the perfect whole number and ultimately the perfect choice.
If the solitaire engagement ring is considered the most popular style, then a close second is the solitaire engagement ring with a diamonds set into the band. This style is perfect for many ladies who can’t shy away from a touch more sparkle.
There has never been a time in the design and fashion world where the term “less is more” is so appropriate. It is quite possible that the “minimalist” trend is one of the biggest trends we’ve seen. It is so widespread, it’s evident in all areas of design, from clothing to homewares and of course jewellery.