Category: Engagement Rings
With one of the most anticipated engagements announced just as the new year ticks over, we predict 2018 will bring about a revival of the three-stone design engagement ring with women and men being inspired by Prince Harry’s choice.
Engagement ring shopping can be every bit daunting as it is exciting. To be well equipped to make the right choice then we suggest brushing up your knowledge on a few unofficial rules and some basic jewellery jargon to make the whole process an enjoyable one.
Engagement and wedding rings inspired by nature are the perfect choice for earth lovers, those that love designs with intricate details and that has a feminine touch. More often than not they capture a vintage / antique feel and are opposite in style to the simple solitaire engagement ring.
Symmetry is, without doubt, one of the key design elements, it plays an important part in the design process of an engagement ring. Not only does the symmetry of each individual diamond impact the quality but also the overall design of a ring.
Many ladies are drawn to the classic, timeless nature of solitaire and diamond halo engagement rings alike. However, there is also often a desire to have a ring that is individual without being so unique that you risk your design being too weird.
One engagement ring style that is growing in popularity from strength to strength is the oval diamond engagement rings. We have seen the likes of Blake Lively, Katie Holmes and LeAnn Rimes with stunning oval diamonds and now the beautiful Larsen Jewellery ring
The Victorian era, when Queen Victoria ruled from 1837-1901, was considered a golden era for jewellery. With a love of precious jewels and impeccable style for her time, Queen Victoria set trends and created an appreciation and understanding for the finest handcrafted jewellery.
When it comes to choosing an engagement ring, there are a few main styles that jump to mind. The six-claw solitaire usually comes first, followed by the halo and the three-stone engagement ring. One other design that is creeping up in popularity is a variation of the halo engagement ring, the double halo.
Have you ever wondered why most of us wear engagement and wedding rings on the third finger of the left hand? The first time we were curious about this, we dug a little deeper to find out why. To our surprise, we discovered quite a romantic story is hidden behind this tradition.
Once again another year is flying by, we are well and truly into the second half of 2017 and so far we have seen some incredible engagement ring designs. Some designs are classics that we see year after year, others are trends that have gained motion over the past few years and then there are a few that make us think that new trends are on the horizon.