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Most of the diamond engagement rings we produce are designed around the centre stone.
During the design consultation we give all the advice you need on how to choose a diamond that is perfect for you.
Diamonds have always been the most popular choice for engagement rings, and there is no shortage of diamond rings on the market. So how do you choose the stone that is right for you?
Look in any jeweller’s window and you’ll almost certainly see diamond engagement rings. You might see various diamond shapes. Most diamonds are round brilliant-cuts but there are also princess-cut, pear-shape, oval, marquise or other fancy shapes.
You’ll probably see rings that look quite similar at vastly different prices. In most cases the diamond accounts for most of the value of a ring, so the variation in price is mainly down to differences in the value of the diamonds.
To the layman it can all be very confusing!
The price of a diamond is determined by weight and quality. – the four Cs.:-
We are always happy to explain what you need to consider when selecting a diamond for your engagement ring so that you can make an informed choice.
(sometimes referred to as certified diamonds)
These days many diamonds on the market come with a certificate. This means that the stone has been assessed by an independent laboratory. There are various labs that offer this service but the best-known and most popular is the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).
If you are buying a certificated diamond you need to be aware that the fact that a diamond comes with a certificate is not in itself an indication of quality. – You need to understand what the certificate actually says. – It could be telling you that it is a low-grade stone.
Take a look at what sets us apart from the high street retailer. You are in safe hands with our expert goldsmiths.What makes us different
Get in touch directly with our craftsmen to start designing your one- off
piece of bespoke jewellery for your special occassion
Bespoke jewellery designer since 1976.
Andrew is the owner and lead designer at Aurum jewellers.Andrew Leggett’s Experience