Diamond Rings Faq's
Diamond rings vary in price depending on the specifications of the given diamond, the certification, setting style and the metal you choose. For example, a 1ct diamond ring can be bought for under £3,000 but with a diamond of a lower quality whereas a higher quality 1ct diamond ring can set you back over £10,000.
Before you buy a diamond ring, you should know the 4 C’s: Cut, colour, clarity and carat weight. This grading system is the global standard for assessing and recognising the quality of diamonds so that you know what you are paying for.
You can wear a diamond ring however you want! There are rules and traditions within different cultures that you may want to consider. For examples, in Western countries like the UK, engagement rings and wedding rings are worn on the ring finger of the left hand - so when you are accessorising, you would keep this finger free from jewellery unless you are married or engaged. Head to our article to learn about the meaning of each finger for wearing rings.
To choose the right diamond ring, you will need to consider your budget and what is most important to you. For example, if you prefer a larger diamond and care less about the quality, you would select a diamond with a larger carat weight and lower cut, clarity and colour grading. That said, we would always recommend opting for the best quality diamond for your budget. We would advise you to contact our diamond experts on 0207 138 3672 or head into a live chat, so they can assist you in finding the best diamond for your budget.