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Engagement Rings

The most romantic moment deserves a ring just as special. Explore our exquisite selection and choose the perfect engagement ring for your loved one

Contrary to popular belief, diamond cut and diamond shape are different things. Shapes like oval, round, and princess describe the geometric shape of the gemstone, and the cut describes the angle and facets of the stone that make it sparkle – the highest quality gemstones have an ‘ideal’ or ‘excellent’ cut. Cut defines what the shape of a rough diamond will be.

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Engagement rings symbolise a couple’s declaration of love and intention to marry. Often playing a key part in the marriage proposal, engagement rings represent each partner’s commitment to spending the rest of their lives together.

The circular shape of an engagement band, without beginning or end, stands for infinite love, while the traditional diamond is a symbol of the unbreaking, enduring, and everlasting bond between partners. The common practice of wearing engagement rings on the left ring finger in many cultures is also rife with symbolism, stemming from the ancient Romans’ belief that this finger was directly connected to the heart via the “vena amoris”, or vein of love.

The first step to choosing an engagement ring is to establish the wearer’s favourite style by doing research into different types of designs, looking at the jewellery they wear on a regular basis, and asking them or their friends and family.

Don’t rush this part of the process, as the engagement ring will be a beloved item of jewellery worn every day for a lifetime. Once you have an idea of the type of ring you are looking for, set a budget and begin choosing the right diamond specifications and metal. You may find it helpful to speak to a jeweller directly, as they can guide you through the process before making a final decision.

If you’re unsure where to start with choosing an engagement ring, check out our engagement ring guide or get in touch with our experts.

Engagement rings come in all shapes and sizes for every unique taste, but some styles remain popular throughout the years. The most popular engagement ring style is without a doubt the classic solitaire diamond, consisting of a single diamond set on a metal band, with a simple and timeless appeal.

The three stone trilogy engagement ring, representing a couple’s past, present, and future, is another favourite, either with two smaller stones flanking the centre diamond, or three equal diamonds.

Side stone or pavé engagement rings are a common choice for those who like a touch of sparkle and glamour, covering the metal band so that the diamonds take centre stage.

Another popular option for those who love brilliance is the halo ring, where the centre diamond is elegantly encircled by a set of smaller stones.

Yes, any ring can be used as an engagement ring to represent a couple’s love and commitment to marriage. There is no rule that defines what an engagement ring needs to look like. While there are traditional styles of rings that are most commonly associated with engagements, what’s most important is that the ring feels meaningful to the couple. The choice of material, gemstone, size, and style is completely up to personal preference.

There is no rule that says only one partner can wear an engagement ring, even though throughout history engagement rings have primarily been worn by women as a sign of betrothal. Engaged couples may choose to follow this tradition, or they may like to wear matching engagement rings together, or wear different personalised rings. Ultimately, the decision to wear an engagement ring is up to each partner’s personal preference, whatever their gender.