Engagement rings can be a very personal choice, and whether yours is going to be a surprise from your groom-to-be or you’re out ring hunting together, you’ll need to think about what you want. After all, it’ll be on your finger for the rest of your life. We’ve got ring experts, Weir & Sons to select their top five rings to help you make a decision about the right shape, cut and design you might want.
This is a classic solitaire with a diamond scalloped surround and diamond set shoulders on a platinum engagement ring. It has one round brilliant cut 0.40 carat diamond and 30 0.33 carat diamonds in the halo and shoulders. This is perfect the bride who wants a lot of sparkle from more than just one big rock in the centre.
For brides-to-be looking for a three diamond set ring this one is gorgeous. It has a 0.45 carat oval cut diamond with two 0.32 carat round brilliant cut diamonds on each side with diamond set shoulders on a platinum band. The ten diamonds on the shoulders are 0.06 carat.
For something a bit simpler and more tranditional, this one has a 0.46 carat oval cut diamond in the centre of two 0.26 carat round brilliant cut diamonds on each side on a platinum band.
Sometimes a single diamond makes a statement all on its own and this round stone on a yellow gold band really shines. The round brilliant cut diamond is 0.14 carats and there are 14 diamonds set in the shoulders that are 0.10 carats. The band is 18 carat gold and has a subtle four claw setting for the diamond is platinum.
Similar to The Dawson ring, this round brilliant cut diamond is in a platinum setting with a diamond surround and diamond set shoulders. The centre stone is 0.35 carats and the 32 diamonds in the surround and on the shoulders are 0.24 carat.
All rings shown here are available in a variety of sizes from Weir & Sons
- Larah Burke of Weir & Sons