Rings have been cherished for centuries as symbols of love, commitment, and personal style. Whether you wear a wedding band, engagement ring, or a fashion accessory, one common annoyance that ring enthusiasts often encounter is the ring's tendency to spin on the finger. This can be not only uncomfortable but also worrisome, especially if you're worried about losing your precious jewelry. Fortunately, there are several techniques and solutions to keep a ring from spinning on your finger. In this article, we will explore these methods to help you enjoy your rings without constantly adjusting them.
As diamonds are the ultimate symbol of love this is the perfect choice of gemstone for a Valentine’s day proposal. Whatever your style of engagement ring we have a superb selection of stunning engagement rings for you to choose from in both contemporary and traditional styles, and we also offer a bespoke service. Of course, with the very recent ‘royal’ engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the trilogy setting is VERY popular right now and is very apt for giving on St Valentines as the three stones are said to symbolise friendship, love and fidelity. We offer a selection of stunning handcrafted trilogy setting diamond engagement rings using certificated diamonds ranging from 0.50ct up to 10.00ct in various cuts and crafted in either 18k white gold, 18k yellow gold or platinum.
Halo engagement rings are very much on trend for today’s modern bride-to-be looking for an engagement ring that makes a modern and distinctive statement yet is also a classically timeless design. Halo engagement rings feature a central round diamond surrounded by smaller diamonds (round pavé or micro-pavé diamonds) or other gemstones, which give it a ‘halo’ effect. Not only is the halo setting a beautiful design that demand attention, but it also offers the benefit of making the central diamond look up to half a carat larger than it actually is! This makes the halo engagement ring the ideal choice for couples who are working to a budget as means that a smaller diamond can be chosen without the sacrifice of perceived size and still retaining that ‘wow factor’ of a show stopping piece
One of the most popular styles in vintage jewelry must be Art Deco and for those who have a passion for fashions from the past, Art Deco style engagement rings have a timeless appeal. An Art Deco engagement ring is a unique statement piece that in comparison to a more classic design such as the solitaire engagement ring, is quite unconventional hence its appeal to those women who dare to be different. Let’s take a look at the world of Art Deco jewelry and engagement rings:
The prospect of starting a New Year is undoubtedly a thrilling one with thoughts of new beginnings. It’s a time for renewed energy and optimism for happy times to come and a time to take decisive action on some important life decisions that will shape your future.
The basic rule of economics is that supply and demand dictates price, and in the world of diamonds this is undoubtedly true where rarity equals value. Take for example, natural fancy colored diamonds which account for less than 0.1% of the number of mined diamonds. Prices for these fancy colored diamonds are determined by the rarity of the diamond’s color and how hard it is to obtain it. Whist colored diamonds present in 12 different color variations with more than 90 secondary hues, 9 intensity levels, and over 230 combinations of color, natural fancy colored diamonds can basically be divided into four main groups based on their prices, these are: Ultra-High – Red diamonds which are the rarest of the colored diamonds and therefore the most expensive. High price range – Blue, Pink, Purple, Violet and Green diamonds. Mid-price range – Vivid and Intense Yellow Diamonds and Orange Diamonds. Relatively affordable – Grey, Brown and Fancy Yellow Diamonds. As can be seen, blue diamonds are amongst the rarest of the fancy colored diamonds.
When couples come into Reve Diamonds to shop for an engagement ring we are often asked the question which is the more important factor to consider diamond clarity or diamond color? This question is often asked as the basis for a trade-off between these two factors when deciding upon a diamond. For example, should I choose between a diamond with SI1 clarity and G color or and VS2 clarity and H color? This is a hard question to give a straight answer to as there are circumstances when color matters more than clarity and vice versa. So to help you to do this let’s take a look at the facts:
Green diamonds traditionally symbolise peace, tranquillity, growth and fertility. They are amongst the rarest and the most highly-valued natural fancy colored diamonds available ranking alongside blue, purple, pink, and violet diamonds in terms of rarity value. However, due to the popularity of blue and pink diamonds they have become somewhat obscured, although in actual fact they are rarer and this is largely due to the way in which green diamonds are formed. Here we take a closer look at this most intriguing of the natural fancy colored diamonds: