Category: Engagement Rings
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.
The radiant cut, one of the beautiful fancy cut diamonds, is perfect as a centre stone. Its striking shape is reflective of the princess and emerald cut, but its brilliance has been taken from the sparkling round brilliant diamond.
Whether you like to admit it or not, it is pretty much a given these days that we are all guilty of losing time scrolling through Instagram. Now let’s clarify one thing, we do not frown upon this… Everything in moderation we say!
The most photographed (and arguably the most famous) family of all time are the Kardashian’s and there are still many people across the globe who are puzzled as to why?
The Larsen Jewellery team are excited to announce that we’re the Official Diamond Partner of The Bachelor Season 5! We can’t wait to reveal what we created for Matty J and his newfound love!
No longer is the round brilliant diamond the only choice of cut for an engagement ring. Today, more and more women are turning their heads to alternative cuts and if there is any doubt that this trend is on the rise,
The source of inspiration for much of art and design time has come from the world around us, so it is no surprise that when it comes to jewellery, and of course engagement rings, some of the most exquisite pieces are inspired by nature.