Platinum 0.20 carat diamond solitaire ring£950.00 View Ring
9ct white gold 0.75 carat princess cut diamond engagement ring£1250.00 View Ring
Platinum 0.40 carat diamond solitaire engagement ring£1599.00 View Ring
9ct white gold pear labradorite and 0.23 carat diamond ring£475.00 View Ring
Roseberry Chloe 18ct white gold 0.50 carat diamond solitaire engagement ring£2650.00 View Ring
QP 14K White Gold Diamond & Peridot Aspire Ring£199.00 View Ring
QP 14K White Gold Diamond & Blue Topaz Belle Diamond Ring£355.00 View Ring
9ct white gold diamond solitaire engagement ring£250.00 View Ring
9ct gold 0.25 carat diamond engagement ring£699.00 View Ring
9ct two colour gold pear amethyst and diamond ring£225.00 View Ring
9ct white gold 0.15 carat princess cut diamond solitaire ring£350.00 View Ring
9ct white gold 0.50 carat diamond cluster engagement ring£999.00 View Ring
18ct white gold 0.20 carat diamond solitaire ring£650.00 View Ring
9ct white gold diamond single stone engagement ring£499.00 View Ring
9ct white gold 0.25 carat diamond solitaire engagement ring£699.00 View Ring
18ct white gold sapphire and diamond seven stone ring£799.00 View Ring
9ct white gold 0.50 carat princess cut diamond engagement ring£750.00 View Ring
9ct white gold 0.33 carat princess cut diamond engagement ring£499.00 View Ring
Picking the perfect engagement ring can be hard work. There is so much to consider when purchasing an engagement ring such as price and metal type, but it is also important to think about the diamond cut, colour, clarity and carat (or otherwise known as the four C's). These factors are what make engagement rings cheaper or more expensive.
The engagement rings diamond colour and clarity are what really put the price up. They can be colourless to the eye (no signs of yellowing) and the clarity can be spotless to the eye (no tiny marks or scuffs). These are the most popular options however you can spend a lot more money making the engagement ring's diamond colourless and clear even when viewed through a microscope.
The carat is the size of the diamond and anything over around 0.3 carat's tends to get rather expensive so set yourself a budget and try to stick to it if possible - it's easy to get carried away.