Engagement Rings

Engagement Rings



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Maple Leaf Diamonds™ Circle of Love Princess Cut Diamond Trilogy Engagement Ring in 18ct White Gold - Wallace BishopMaple Leaf Diamonds™ Circle of Love Princess Cut Diamond Trilogy Engagement Ring in 18ct White Gold - Wallace Bishop

A beautiful sparkling diamond says more than words: it’s the strongest expression of your love and commitment for the special person in your life. All Wallace Bishop’s diamond engagement rings are made with the highest quality diamonds and precious metals. We can create a design to suit every your desires. If you're looking for a specific metal type, we're certain we have an engagement ring set in Yellow Gold, White Gold, or Rose Gold in either 9ct or 18ct for you. If you want a quality engagement ring that won’t break the bank, check out our diverse range of engagement rings on sale. Our extensive collection of engagement rings will have something right for you and your fiancée.

Solitare engagement rings feature one stunning centre diamond. This style makes an iconic choice for an engagement ring as it highlights the beauty and sparkle of your diamond. If you like the aesthetic of solitaire rings but want a little more sparkle, we have a wonderful selection of solitaire rings with shoulder diamonds.

The Halo engagement style features a magnificent centre stone surrounded by a dazzling cluster of smaller stones. This style is popular for engagements as the halo gives the appearance of a larger diamond.

The Trilogy engagement ring is set with a stunning trio of diamonds. Each diamond represents your love's history. The dazzling centre stone is complimented with two side stones. Representing the past, present, and future of your relationship. A trilogy engagement ring is a dazzling sentiment of your love.

Five Stone engagement rings feature five dazzling diamonds of equal or graduating size. This style can be a symbolic expression of history, qualities and eternal love. The 5 stone style signifies the five qualities of true love - love, commitment, trust, communication and empathy. ether.  

Our Bridal Sets come in many different styles, shapes and precious metals including; white gold, yellow gold, and rose gold.  Set with sparkling, natural diamonds in various different diamond cuts.

Can’t find a ring that’s quite your style? Come into your nearest Wallace Bishop store to discuss design the design process. Our workshop team are highly skilled master jewellers who can create your dream engagement ring.

There are many different styles and cuts when choosing an engagement ring. Choose the diamond cut you love, rather than what is fashionable or popular. The diamond cut you choose should depend on the design of an engagement ring you like, whether that be contemporary, vintage or traditional. A round brilliant, princess cut or cushion cut diamond has always been a timeless choice, while a pear, oval or emerald cut diamond can give a more contemporary, sophisticated feel. Make sure you choose something you and your partner will love and cherish for a lifetime.

It is often perceived that engagement rings are synonymous with two things: overly enthusiastic sales girls and overly expensive price tags. Everywhere we go we are bombarded with messages about finding that ‘perfect ring’ and yet how do you know how much is the right amount to spend on the perfect ring? 

The engagement ring is just the first of many wedding related expenses so it’s important you buy an a ring you can reasonably afford. That having been said, an engagement ring is meant to last a lifetime as the eternal symbol of your love and commitment, so it should be of the highest quality.  

When it comes to buying an engagement ring for your fiancée, how do you achieve that perfect balance?

The amount you spend on an engagement ring should be based on what you can afford, not on traditional expectations. The sentiment and significance of the ring is more important than its cost. If your fiancée has small hands and a slight figure, a large expensive diamond may look disproportionate on them. Similarly, if your partner prefers wearing gold, there is no point in buying a platinum ring just because it costs more.

Generally throughout the western society, it is considered normal to wear an engagement and wedding ring on the fourth finger on the left hand.

The tradition of wearing an engagement ring on the fourth finger on the left hand can be traced back to the Ancient Romans. They believed this finger had a vein that ran directly to the heart, the Vena Amoris, meaning ‘vein of love’. With the heart at the centre of your emotions, this was thought to be the best finger to wear your engagement ring on.

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