Choosing a diamond that’s the perfect size for your engagement ring is one of the most important decisions you’ll make in the ring design process. So we’ve made a simple comparison chart to help you get a better picture of what you can expect from your diamond. This is what a round brilliant diamond, ranging from 0.60ct to 3ct, looks like next to a standard sized pencil.
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When it comes to these innvative gemstones, the most common question we get is: how are lab grown diamonds made? The answer isn’t too complicated, but requires a bit of explanation. Lab grown diamonds are made in laboratories using one of two methods and in this post we break down the difference between the two.
We’re announcing our exciting new partnership with Greenland Ruby, a sustainable gem miner based in southwestern Greenland. Ensuring that all our Signature Ruby gemstones come from a sustainable source will make your ring all the more meaningful.
After a whirlwind romance, Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker have announced their engagement. Travis proposed on 17th October at the Rosewood Miramar Hotel in Montecito, California. Take a look at Kourtney’s fabulous 10ct oval diamond engagement ring.
Bi-colour sapphires (also known as parti coloured sapphires) are gemstones that feature two or more distinct colours within a single sapphire. Despite being relatively unknown in the jewellery world, we can’t get enough of bi-colour sapphires because of their organically produced colour. We give you a full breakdown of how these gemstones are created and how to find the perfect one for you.
While some people may be more in touch with their unique alignment with the sun and stars, recently we’ve been asking the question: can your astrological sign guide you to the right engagement ring? Zodiacs might be the wedding guidance you didn’t know you needed!