Diamond's are a girl's (or boy's) best friend! Here at Bevilles, we hand select our diamonds to ensure that we have the highest quality at excellent prices. Whether it's the perfect ring for 'the one', or something to spoil yourself with, we have so many diamond options which will make you feel fabulous!
Shopping for the perfect diamond engagement ring doesn’t have to be a daunting task, especially if you know the basics about what to look for. Along with the metal settings, one of the key considerations is the diamond cut…
It’s hard to go wrong with a round diamond cut, an ever popular and classic engagement ring style, or a glamorous and elegant rectangular emerald cut, both of which show off a sparkling central diamond to perfection. Then there’s an oval diamond cut, great for making a smaller diamond appear larger and flattering any finger.
These are just three of the numerous diamond cuts available for engagement rings. Learn more about these, and a host of other chic and stylish engagement ring designs, over on our engagement ring cuts article.
With so many diamond rings for sale, finding the perfect diamond ring for your engagement can be tough. But knowing the different designs from the previous question is a good start.
But essentially, it’s about picking from your heart and finding a ring that speaks to you. Our useful engagement ring buyer’s guide has tips on getting the perfect engagement ring. Or visit one of our stores across Australia, where our friendly team members can help you find a ring that will be cherished forever.
Historically, across cultures, engagement rings have been worn on every finger, even the thumb. Here in Australia, and in many Western countries, engagement rings are typically worn on the fourth finger of the left hand. This tradition dates back to the Ancient Romans, who believed that this finger had a vein that ran directly to the heart.
Once married, many wearers choose to stack their wedding bands and engagement rings, with the wedding bands typically worn closest to the heart, and thus below the engagement ring. However, some prefer to wear their wedding ring on their left hand, engagement ring on the right. Really, the choice is yours.