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Most people when choosing an engagement ring know very little about diamond clarity, metal types, or shank thicknesses before they even begin. The world of engagement rings can seem daunting to anyone about to embark on buying such an important purchase in this pivotal stage of their lives.
Our aim is to always provide a service that ensures your satisfaction, our financial gain always comes last, because we are passionate at what we do. We are not happy until you truly are.
Our experience has shown us that informed decisions lead to happier clients, which is why we want to make sure that you buy a ring with as much information available to you as possible. We want you to be as involved in the design process as you possibly can. With our expertise in manufacturing, we can find a ring that matches your dream ring, to the very last detail, whether it is done by CAD or if it is a readymade design.

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Here are some useful things to consider when purchasing a ring: Design: When choosing a design, be aware of:

  • The claw thickness. Too thick and you overshadow the diamond, too thin and you risk losing the diamond.

  • Ring depth: This is the measurement from the inside of the ring to the outside surface. This determines how well the ring will hold its shape over time.

  • Ring width: This is a measurement of the width of the ring. A person with a smaller finger size (e.g. size h-n) may want to choose a narrower ring (e.g. 1.7-2mm). Someone with a slightly bigger fingers size (e.g. n-q) may want to choose a wider ring (e.g. 2-2.4mm)

  • The number of claws: traditionally there are 4- 6 claws depending on the diamond size. Four claws are typically used for up to a 1-carat diamond and for over a carat diamonds six claws provide a more secure setting.

  • Claw shape: Three mains claw shapes, round, triangle and square. The claw shape has a visual effect on the overall shape of the diamonds. For example, a triangle claw on a round diamond will have a square effect and a square claw on a round stone will make it look square.