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Frequently Asked Questions
Have a question about our Engagement Rings? Read answers to some of the most frequent queries we receive below, or get in touch with our expert team for any further information.
How do I choose an engagement ring style?
Choosing the right engagement ring style all comes down to personal preference. Whether you are choosing a ring for yourself or are picking a piece for a surprise proposal, it’s important to look to the wearer’s current jewellery collection and personal style for inspiration. For example, an individual with a traditional sense of dress may prefer a yellow gold band, while someone who follows trends more closely may be more attracted to a white gold design.
Similarly, the stone choice can impact the look and style of a ring. Gemstones often add a vintage appeal, whereas colourless diamonds are luxurious and stylish.
Other important things to take into consideration are the wearer’s ring size and your budget, as this may help narrow your choice.
What are the different styles of engagement ring settings?
The stones on an engagement ring can be set in a number of ways, including halo, cluster, three-stone and solitaire. Halo settings feature a ring of diamonds set closely around a centre stone. Cluster settings feature diamonds or gemstones of the same or different size all grouped together to create a unique shape. Three-stone settings are self-explanatory - three stones set side by side on a metal band. And finally, the solitaire setting refers to a single diamond or gemstone held in place by prongs.
What is a vintage engagement ring style?
Coloured gemstones set on a yellow gold band often exude vintage appeal when it comes to engagement rings. Other styles can include emerald cut diamonds, whereby the mirror-like effect created by the cut is reminiscent of the Art Deco period.
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How do I choose an engagement ring stone?
You can choose a stone based on your personal style and requirements. Opt for a diamond for a classic and timeless look. Diamonds have strong durability, therefore they can last you for many years to come. Colourful stones are a vibrant alternative and a distinctive way to mark your special union.
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