For many centuries, the presenting of a precious gemstone ring has marked the beginning of a loving journey between two people. Today, the tradition of revealing a special diamond engagement ring remains the most popular choice, and we are experts in helping to find the perfect piece.
There are many things to consider when selecting your engagement ring, so today we consider the first important step. Which shape would your special someone most like to see inside their DMR box?
Surely the most classic of all diamond shapes, round brilliant cut diamond rings have long been the favoured choice through generations as the most beautiful ring with which to ask that all important question. Famed for its brilliance and scintillation, brilliant cut diamonds playfully reflect light from their facets, creating the fire for which the cut is famed.
The emerald cut is a very popular choice amongst many of our friends. An emerald cut diamond is noted for its elegant, elongated shape, presented as a rectangle typically with sharp corners removed. Originally designed for the safe cutting of the emerald gemstone, it soon became popular with diamond cutters, for the unique beauty it provided.
Here, DMR presents this elegant shape alongside the addition of diamond set shoulders, providing added sparkle to your engagement ring, but this cut can be enjoyed just as much in a simple solitaire diamond ring.
Another contemporary choice is the stylish princess cut diamond. This square shaped diamond is faceted in a very similar way to the classic round brilliant cut, meaning it presents powerful flashes as it interacts with light. A reasonably new addition to the world of diamonds, princess cut engagement rings first became popular during the 1980s and 90s, but they continue to impress modern bridal shoppers in the 2020s!
In this particular DMR platinum engagement ring, a princess cut diamond sits proudly on a timeless polished band.
Pear shaped diamond engagement rings have a certain timeless appeal. Resembling the shape of a teardrop, pointed at one end and rounded at the other, a beautifully cut pear-shaped diamond can present unparalleled fire. DMR selects only the finest pear shapes, presenting to our clients those that are of the most ideal proportions, meaning they do not appear too long or short.
Diamonds are a unique gemstone, presenting the wearer with an everyday beauty that will catch their attention every time they look down at their hand- something with which they will simply never fall out of love with. DMR’s Sales Ambassadors are experts in selecting the perfect stone for your engagement ring.
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