Marlow’s Diamonds Identifies New Trends for Diamond Engagement Rings in 2019

With 2019 in full swing, Marlow's Diamonds identifies new trends in engagement rings encouraging couples to choose something unique and personal to them.

Birmingham , United Kingdom - March 15, 2019 / / —

Proposing with a diamond engagement ring is a long standing tradition but in recent years, more and more couples are choosing the right ring together. This change in tradition is a win-win for both partners as the bride-to-be can choose something she will love forever while the groom-to-be can stop panicking about which diamond will go down best.

But choosing together is not the only way that the traditional diamond ring is morphing into something more. While the single, simple diamond is still a popular and beautiful choice, many designers are taking engagement rings to new heights. This year’s trends clearly show much dressier engagement rings with injections of colour found in different metals and complementary stones and much more attention to detail.

But, if shoppers can take one lesson from this year’s designs it is that making the ring personal is important. An engagement ring is one of the most personal items anyone can buy and though fashions will come and go, the ring a couple chooses should stand the test of time. From the cut of the diamond to the choice between gold, silver and platinum, there are plenty of combinations to choose from.

Designer rings are a great starting point when choosing an engagement ring as they show the latest fashions and present new ideas. Trying on different rings will also give couples a chance to see how each shape fits with other rings and how comfortable it is for the everyday. While some rings may look stunning, they are simply too bulky for wearing with jeans in the supermarket!

For couples looking for a ring that is truly personal, Marlow’s Diamonds suggests buying the stones first and then designing the ring around them. They have a large catalogue of diamonds that couples can sort through according to shape, carat, colour, cut, polish, symmetry, fluorescence and certificate. While searching this catalogue can show couples the range of what is available, the best advice Marlow's Diamonds can give is to come into the shop and have a good look.

For more information about Marlow's Diamonds, please contact Shally Nahar on +44 121 236 4415, or email hello@marlows-diamonds.co.uk. Please address any postal queries to 46 Warstone Lane Jewellery Quarter, Hockley Birmingham and check out their website https://www.marlows-diamonds.co.uk/ for all the information you need.

Contact Info:
Name: Shally Nahar
Organization: Marlow's Diamonds
Address: 46 Warstone Lane Jewellery Quarter, Hockley Birmingham
Phone: +44 121 236 4415
Website: https://www.marlows-diamonds.co.uk/

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