Choosing an Engagement Ring

September 11, 2018

Choosing an Engagement Ring

Choosing an engagement ring is a very personal experience.

Whether you decide to select a ring for your partner (or a stone) or let your partner choose, there are many things to consider.

Decisions such as the material (yellow gold, white gold, rose gold or platinum) the stone/s (diamonds, or other gem stones such as sapphires, rubies and emeralds) and then the design of the ring itself, are all lasting decisions.

To help guide you through the process we would be more than happy to sit down with you and walk you through the process.

We can show you different ring styles and pinpoint the style you have in mind based on your ring budget, then look at different types of metal and stones.

You will finish your consultation with an understanding of what type of engagement ring you are seeking.

It could be one of the many handcrafted rings we have in store or it could be the start of designing and creating a bespoke piece just for you.

At Brinkhaus Jewellers, we pride ourselves on our exceptional customer service. Visit us and we can help you bring your vision to life. We can show you examples of pieces in store or sketch out ideas for a bespoke piece.

Engagement rings are the one piece of jewellery that are worn forever so let us help guide you through the process.

Contact us to find out more about our bespoke services.




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