Diamond Engagement Rings: Proclaim Your Love
Nothing shouts it louder or broadcasts your love to the world quite like a diamond engagement ring. It says everything you want to say and more.
The biggest selling piece of jewellery at The Diamond Store is the classic diamond engagement ring. But we also offer many styles with coloured gemstones including Ruby, Emerald, Pink Sapphire and Tanzanite.
The engagement between Prince William and Kate Middleton sparked a wave of interest in Sapphire Rings. Kate Middleton’s ring is something special (not just because it was Princess Diana’s!) and we also offer a very similar ring! View Here .
Our selection of over 300 yellow gold, platinum and white gold rings are all manufactured to a high standard and arrive packaged in The Diamond Store's exclusive presentation set, which includes a free insurance valuation at the recommended retail price and an independent certificate of authenticity.
We can offer prices at up to 60% below those on the high street because we are an online store and do not have costly overheads. We pass these savings on to our customers by offering cheap engagement rings in the UK.
The engagement ring is worn on the fourth finger of the left hand because it was believed that the 'Vein of Love' ran from this finger straight to the heart.
Choosing Between Many Designs
Make sure you find something that looks fabulous and reflects the wearer's individuality. If you are looking for a unique ring then go for a marquise or pear cut diamond.
Round Engagement Rings
Continue to be the most popular style achieving the maximum amount of sparkle and fire.
Emerald Cut Engagement Rings
Popular during the Art Deco period stars including Beyonce have made this unusual rectangular style popular again. With flat, broad facets which rise up like steps they look incredibly elegant but do not produce so much fire and brilliance, instead generating sudden long flashes of light.
Marquise Cut Engagement Rings
Replicates the smile of the Marquise de Pompadour and exudes masses of fire and brilliance. The sleek shape creates a longer, more elegant line to the finger. Catherina Zeta Jones owns a 10 carat marquise diamond.
Pear Shaped Engagement Rings
The cut was used on the 69.42 carat infamous Taylor-Burton diamond. The most famous pear cut diamond is the 520.02 carat Cullinan I or Star of Africa which is in the King of England’s sceptre.
Princess Cut Engagement Rings
Created in 1979 and second in popularity to the classic round diamond. Stars including Penny Lancaster (aka Mrs Rod Stewart) wears one.