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Emeralds are considered fragile gemstones, so we would recommend a bezel setting as this allows for the most protective surrounding of your precious gemstone.
Diamond and emerald engagement rings offer the perfect combination of timeless beauty intertwined with unique charm. The many hues of the coveted emerald are enhanced with the sparkling presence of diamonds. Whether you desire a band paved with diamonds or one located either side of the emerald, we have a style perfect for you.
With a gemstone as intriguing as an emerald, the beauty of a subtle solitaire ring is all that is needed, after all sometimes less is more. The emerald does all the talking in a solitaire engagement ring with the emphasis on its stunning linear cut which encourages the light to linger and highlight its true delicacy. The beauty of a solitaire ring is how elegantly they sit side by side with a wedding band. Whether you desire a white or yellow gold band, a classic and timeless look is always achieved.
As a true statement piece, emerald trilogy engagement rings feature three gemstones alongside each other. You can decide whether to choose three emeralds, emeralds with diamonds, or even another gemstone - our team of gemmologists are here to guide you. The trilogy ring historically represents the past, present and future, with the latter being the centre stone, which for an emerald symbolises enduring love.
Our semi-bespoke and bespoke services offer an array of options for you to choose from to add depth and meaning to your chosen ring. Why choose one gem, when you can have three glistening together?
Show-stopping in every way and showcasing emeralds to their full potential, halo rings are an admirable choice. They emphasise the natural beauty of your emerald by framing the gem with a halo of radiant diamonds and diamond set shoulders. Usually set on a white or yellow gold band, our unprecedented craftsmanship promises a high quality-finish and remarkable statement engagement ring.
Naturally light, white gold rings underscore the true beauty of an emerald. As white gold is a durable, yet softer, material than platinum. It offers the perfect setting to embed emeralds, which are a slightly softer gemstone than others. The light-reflecting ambience of white gold and the radiance of an emerald seamlessly go hand in hand.
Adding a yellow gold band reinstates a sense of traditional glamour alongside a rare emerald. Offering warm, golden tones a yellow gold ring is a flattering foundation for your emerald engagement ring, offering plenty of versatility and timeless style.
Rose gold engagement rings exude old school glamour with a fun and contemporary twist. Delicate and feminine in every way, rose gold and emerald engagement rings on their own or encrusted with diamonds, never fail to impress.
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Emeralds have been popular throughout their existence, with Cleopatra reported to be a huge fan back in her day, and it's clear to see why- it's hard not to fall in love with the beauty of a classic emerald. They are usually fashioned in the typical emerald cut and set in a way which allows the light to shine through and show the emerald in all its grandeur.
Injecting an abundance of personality and timeless style, their eye-catching hues really stand out from the crowd making them a prominent choice for an engagement ring.
It is worth bearing in mind that with their beauty comes considerable fragility. They are classed as a soft gemstone rating 7.5 - 8 on the Mohs scale, we would recommend for them to be worn occasionally, not every day.
That being said, they are still a popular and modern choice, so don’t let that discourage you. Our team of expert designers and gemmologists are here to answer your questions and help you to design an emerald ring that will stand the test of time.
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Emeralds have long represented gods and goddesses throughout historic cultures, said to epitomise truth and love, so much so they were rumoured to belong to Venus, the great purveyor of love. Today, they continue to symbolise everlasting love as well as luck, peace and longevity - making them a perfect addition to your gemstone engagement ring.