Trends can change and evolve, with certain styles being favoured over others depending on the fashion and influence of the time. We delve into some of the biggest engagement ring trends of the past year, which we believe will carry over into 2024 and beyond.
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As couples seek unique and meaningful alternatives, gemstones like opal have gained popularity as well. While opals are undeniably beautiful, there are several downsides to consider when choosing them as an engagement ring stone.
We explore the allure of aquamarine, explain why it may not be the best suited as a centre stone of choice for rings intended to be worn every day, and offer up excellent alternatives that will help capture its essence in a more durable and everlasting way.
King Charles III and Camilla, the Queen Consort have had a love story like no other. Spanning decades their relationship finally began its happily ever after in February 2005, when the royals officially announced their engagement. The history of the ring itself is heartwarming and personal, with the monarch opting for a family heirloom with great meaning.
Our gemstone quality standards are a cut above the rest. And that’s reflected in our price points. But our price point isn’t just a figure; it’s a reflection of the dedication, expertise, and uncompromising standards that go into every facet of our gemstone sourcing and curation process.
There’s no denying the round cut and oval cut diamond shapes are both illuminating the industry right now. In fact, combined they account for 73% of our 2023 sales so far. That’s why we’ve gathered all the information to help you weigh up the difference between the two most popular diamond shapes and find your perfect match.