Category: Jewellery Buying Guide
The biggest concern for most when purchasing an engagement or wedding ring is whether they have allowed enough in the wedding budget. Once upon a time, it was considered 2 or 3 months’ salary was the recommended amount one should spend on an engagement ring.
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.
At Larsen Jewellery, we are faced every day with guys who are embarking on the journey of choosing an engagement ring. Some gents are cool, calm and collected and have an air of confidence that gives us a sneaking suspicion that,
The decision to purchase an engagement ring is an exciting one and also one that introduces you to a new world of diamonds, gold and an extensive list of new terminology and industry jargon.
Rose gold is the metal of the moment in the jewellery world and here at Larsen Jewellery, we can understand why. The soft pink tone is complementary to almost every skin colour and when teamed with diamonds or coloured gemstones, it is a combination to die for.
Every day should be a day that we make our mothers feel special, but if there is one day that we should go out of our way to celebrate and spoil her, then mothers day is the perfect excuse.
Discovering the magic of coloured gemstones is like a child discovering a candy store. You quickly realise that you have entered a whole new world where gemstone varieties are plentiful. For those that are in the market for an engagement ring but aren’t partial to diamonds,
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.
With Spring now upon us in the Southern Hemisphere, preparations for the upcoming wedding season are in full swing. Along with this, many in love guys and girls in love are planning when to pop the question.
So you’ve found that special somebody and after a short or long time together, you know they are the one. Your mind is often wandering, daydreaming about how you are going to ask for his or her hand in marriage.