Emerald Engagement Rings

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Natural Diamond Trilogy Engagement Rings
SR_14342
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£150
Lab-Created Diamond Solitaire Engagement Rings
SR_14101
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£1,715
Natural Diamond Trilogy Engagement Rings
SR_14341
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£119
Natural Diamond Trilogy Engagement Rings
SR_14315
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£361
Lab-Created Diamond Halo Engagement Rings
SR_14251
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£253
Lab-Created Diamond Halo Engagement Rings
SR_14253
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£266
Natural Diamond Side Stone Engagement Rings
SR_14176
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£360
Lab-Created Diamond Engagement Rings
SR16151
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£251
Natural Diamond Solitaire Engagement Rings
SR_14449
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£156
Lab-Created Diamond Womens Engagement Rings
SR16164
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£325
Lab-Created Diamond Engagement Rings
SR16153
Price from
£589
Natural Diamond Side Stone Engagement Rings
SR_14343
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£140
Natural Diamond Side Stone Engagement Rings
SR_14317
Price from
£446
Natural Diamond Side Stone Engagement Rings
SR_14464
Price from
£911

Engagement Rings 

An engagement ring with a diamond as its focal point is referred to as a diamond engagement ring. Due to their strength, beauty, and significance as a symbol of enduring love, diamonds are the most preferred option for engagement rings.

The "4 Cs" standards of carat weight, cut, colour, and clarity are typically used to evaluate the quality of a diamond when selecting an engagement ring. The terms carat weight, cut, colour, and clarity all refer to different aspects of a diamond. Carat weight refers to the size of the diamond, while cut, colour, and clarity refer to the presence or absence of internal and exterior imperfections, also known as inclusions and blemishes.

Diamond engagement rings can be found in a variety of designs, from simple solitaire bands to more ornate pieces with side stoneshalo settings or accent diamonds. The recipient's preferences, financial constraints, and personal preferences all play a role in design selection.

Different styles of diamond engagement rings.

Diamond engagement rings come in a wide variety, and the choice is ultimately influenced by lifestyle, finances, and personal preferences. Listed here are a few of the most common looks:

A solitary diamond is put in a straightforward setting in the traditional form known as the solitaire. It is classic and elegant and leaves the diamond alone to sparkle.

A main diamond is encircled by a ring of lesser diamonds in a halo engagement ring, which increases sparkle and makes the centre stone appear larger.

Three-stone: As the name implies, this design has three diamonds, which might represent a relationship's history, present, and future. It is a time-tested and significant choice.

Vintage: Designs from the past provide as inspiration for vintage engagement rings, which can have elaborate detailing and distinctive shapes. These are ideal for folks who value vintage and classic designs.

Colorful gemstones: While diamonds are still the most popular choice for engagement rings, some people choose coloured gemstones instead, such as sapphiresemeralds, or rubies, to serve as the focal point of their ring. These stones can give the ring a special pop of colour and personality.


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