Celebrate Your Unique Journey with Trilogy Engagement Rings
Celebrate your love story with trilogy engagement rings from Wallace Bishop. Explore our collection of exquisite diamond rings, meticulously crafted to symbolise your past, present, and future together. Each ring is thoughtfully designed to capture the essence of timeless beauty and eternal love.
Discover a range of trilogy engagement ring styles, from classic round diamonds to stunning fancy cuts, expertly set in a variety of precious metals. Each diamond is hand-selected for its exceptional quality and brilliance, ensuring that your trilogy engagement ring sparkles with unmatched radiance.
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At Wallace Bishop, we understand the significance of this special milestone in your life. That's why we offer a seamless shopping experience, providing expert guidance to help you find the perfect trilogy engagement ring that reflects your unique style and captures the essence of your love story.
Shop our exquisite collection of trilogy engagement rings at Wallace Bishop and begin your forever with a ring that symbolizes your everlasting commitment. With convenient payment options such as Afterpay, Humm, or Zip, owning the engagement ring of your dreams has never been easier. Explore our collection today and find the perfect trilgy engagement ring to mark this joyous chapter of your life.
A Trilogy Engagement Ring features three gemstones, typically diamonds, arranged in a row, symbolising the past, present, and future of a couple's love story.
While diamonds are the most popular choice, other gemstones like sapphires, emeralds, and rubies can also be used in Trilogy Engagement Rings.
Yes, we offer customization options, allowing you to choose the gemstones that best represent your relationship and style preferences. Please contact our customer service team online to enquire.
Trilogy rings symbolise the journey of a relationship, with each stone representing a different phase—past, present, and future. They are a beautiful representation of commitment and love.
We provide a ring size guide to help you determine the correct size.
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.
An engagement ring is traditionally given to someone when they are proposed to. It is a symbol of the commitment between two people and signifies that they plan to get married in the future. A wedding ring is exchanged during the wedding ceremony, typically after exchanging vows. It is a symbol of marriage and the union of two people for life. An engagement ring typically features a diamond, while a wedding ring is generally simpler in design, with many people opting for a simple band.
Promise rings are typically used to signify a commitment of love and devotion in a relationship. An engagement ring is an official sign that the couple is engaged and planning to get married. A promise ring usually comes before an engagement ring and is used to signify that a commitment has been made between two people, while an engagement ring signifies that a proposal has been accepted and marriage is on the horizon. Shop our collection of promise rings here.
The simplest way to clean an engagement ring is by using a mild dish soap. Allow the ring to soak for over 30 minutes to loosen up any persistent dirt and then rinse with fresh warm or hot water.
Our Diamond & Gold Jewellery Solution also works perfectly on engagement rings. Simply drop your ring in the solution, leave for 1 minute and rinse under fresh water.
It is recommended that you have your engagement ring inspected once every 6-12 months by a professional jeweller. This will help ensure that any wear and tear of the metal or gemstones is addressed in a timely manner before any further damage occurs.