The Bachelors Australia Rings – Season 11, 2023

by Kate Reid
December 20, 2023 / Jewellery Buying Guide

The Bachelors Strike Gold In Love and Larsen

A Sparkling Photo Finish Sees Viewers Enchanted

The Bachelor 2023 Ring Tiara
The Bachelor 2023 Ring Harmony
The Bachelor 2023 Ring Array

SYDNEY, Australia, December 20, 2023: It was a diamond-encrusted fairytale ending for one couple in a dramatic and emotionally charged finale of The Bachelors on Network Ten.

Three bachelors Ben Waddell, Luke Bateman and Wesley Senna Cortes, along with 24 single hopefuls from across Australia risked it all to find love, trusting in the reality dating program in the hopes of finding their long-awaited soulmate.

Once again that trust extended to Larsen Jewellery, the Australian fine jewellers chosen to create three stunning and uniquely crafted rings to be presented by the Bachelors as a symbol of their newfound love and commitment in the final ceremonies.

The second season of The Bachelors franchise saw the suitors’ journey take place in a sprawling Bridgerton-style palace in Brighton, Victoria – the dream backdrop for the popular reality show which has successfully produced six marriages and as many children.

As this season progressed there were many stolen hearts and wild love triangles and while romance blossomed between The Bachelors and their ladies in waiting, just half an hour away in Melbourne’s CBD the rings for the final episode were meticulously crafted in Larsen Jewellery’s fully equipped studio.

As the selected ring partner for the show’s franchise for the past seven years, Larsen Jewellery has been transforming raw precious metals, diamonds and gems into beautiful pieces of wearable art for over the past decade.

Founding partner Lars Larsen was delighted to partner with The Bachelors again and worked closely with his design team to create pieces that were on trend, yet classically timeless and finished to Larsen Jewellery’s signature high-quality workmanship.

“It is always a privilege to be a part of a couple’s love story. At Larsen Jewellery, we feel honoured to be invited into one of the most memorable moments they’ll have in their lifetime.” founding partner Lars Larsen said.

“This year with the trio of Bachelors, we took inspiration from their style and personality and designed contemporary styles that have proven popular in the market but will also continue to be treasured for a lifetime.”

“Our talented design team worked together with exceptional precision and attention to detail to create these elegant and truly beautiful diamond rings. As always, we use conflict-free diamonds and seek materials in the most socially and environmentally responsible way. We hope the couples enjoy the rings as much as we enjoyed making them.”

The three rings Array, Tiara and Harmony took weeks to make. And in tonight’s twisted finale, only one ring Array was presented by Luke to Ellie.  

The Bachelor Australia 2023 Diamond Ring in Yellow Gold | Array

Array –  Luke Bateman presents to Ellie Rolfe

A stylish 18ct yellow gold ring featuring 8 round brilliant diamonds hugged by gold, the perfect selection for a simple and timeless engagement band. Available to purchase here

The other rings that were not presented by Bachelors Ben and Wesley are available to purchase on Larsen Jewellery’s website.


Bachelor 2023 Diamond Ring in Platinum | Harmony

Showcasing 7 round diamonds perched in white gold claws, allowing for maximum sparkle. The bespoke and delicate 18ct white gold band provides a simple yet luxurious feel to the ring. Available to purchase here


Bachelor 2023 Yellow Gold Diamond Ring|Tiara

Featuring a central pear-cut diamond accompanied by delicate round diamonds, the carefully tiara-shaped structure 18ct yellow gold ring is an exquisite choice. Available to purchase here.
For the past decade, Larsen Jewellery has blended its talented craftsmanship with ethically sourced diamonds to create stunning yet sustainable jewellery, which is 100 per cent certified carbon neutral. In 2019 they became one of the Nation’s first Australian jewellers to reach the certification.

Larsen also generously donates 10 per cent of their profits to worthwhile charities, including The Sony Foundation and The Cambodian Children’s Fund.

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