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Engagement Ring

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
hi,

I am looking for a engagement ring for my girl. But dont know from where to buy.
If smone can tell some site of seller or anything helpful, i'll highly appreciate.

Thanks in advance
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Depends on your budget really? A few places have sales on just now and its worth checking them out :)
#2
Beaverbrooks and Goldsmiths, or even H Samuals have some pretty nice things in, for various budgets
#3
munnski
Depends on your budget really? A few places have sales on just now and its worth checking them out :)


budget in upto 400-500.
can you plz tell where the sale is on???
#4
Go for second hand better quality and workman ship
Also more for your money.
Find a shop that does second hand rings and see if he will a
shop you his new stock when they buy clean and then show there are taxes to be added .
So see new stock without tax if you no what i mean
#6
Like the first poster, it depends on how much you want to spend.

Here are two less well known, (some products are costly) but very solid reputable companies;

http://www.stepheneinhorn.co.uk/

http://www.loveandpride.com/ (American site, but ship to the UK and if you sign up to their emails you get 5% discount off your first order) - this is a pro gay site but has a lot of very decent rings on there to suit all tastes.

Good luck finding what you want!
#7
Dumpling
Like the first poster, it depends on how much you want to spend.

Here are two less well known, (some products are costly) but very solid reputable companies;

http://www.stepheneinhorn.co.uk/

http://www.loveandpride.com/ (American site, but ship to the UK and if you sign up to their emails you get 5% discount off your first order) - this is a pro gay site but has a lot of very decent rings on there to suit all tastes.

Good luck finding what you want!


thanks a lot
#8
http://www.beaverbrooks.co.uk/Sale-Weddings/Engagement-Rings/icat/saleengagementrings

Goldsmiths sale. Good luck with it, remember to make the proposal as romantic as possible :)
#9
bigwheels
Go for second hand better quality and workman ship
Also more for your money.
Find a shop that does second hand rings and see if he will a
shop you his new stock when they buy clean and then show there are taxes to be added .
So see new stock without tax if you no what i mean


sorry, but i didnt understood :oops:
#10
munnski
http://www.beaverbrooks.co.uk/Sale-Weddings/Engagement-Rings/icat/saleengagementrings

Goldsmiths sale. Good luck with it, remember to make the proposal as romantic as possible :)


thanks... yes, i hoping to do the same
#11
Ratners I hear is a good place
#12
ernest jones also have sale on at the moment, and also 14% quidco :thumbsup:
#13
Ernest Jones has very nice stuff.
Can't go wrong with that.
I got my ex's engagement ring from there and was very good quality.
You could even track online where the diamond had come from!!!
#14
philipkole
sorry, but i didnt understood :oops:


Its ok,nobody else did either lol
#15
Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham worked well for me...loads of shops close together so they have to be really competitive too, made it well worth the trip for me as got a much better ring than if I'd bought one off the high street locally for the same £.
#16
Try www.cooldiamonds.com they let you choose all of your specifications online & give you the price & can then make the ring for you. Very competitive prices compared with other shops in Hatton Gardens (London) & very helpful staff.
banned#17
bigwheels
Go for second hand better quality and workman ship
Also more for your money.
Find a shop that does second hand rings and see if he will a
shop you his new stock when they buy clean and then show there are taxes to be added .
So see new stock without tax if you no what i mean



dont think anyone knows what you mean from that post
banned#18
ther is a online company called the jewellery company, i got my girls ring off there
#19
tuckeral
Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham worked well for me...loads of shops close together so they have to be really competitive too, made it well worth the trip for me as got a much better ring than if I'd bought one off the high street locally for the same £.


thanks for the reply
#20
If you are around London, then Hatton gardens is your place. Made a ring there once, jolly fun choosing the diamonds, designing it.

Argos and the other shops like that have cheep rings, but they are worth a lot less. If you were to melt the gold down, and pluck out the diamond it would not be worth much.
For the same amount you can spend at those places, you can get a more valuable ring.

A jewellery store that sells second hand Jewellery is probably fine, a second hand store that sells Jewellery I would personally avoid. Many may be fine, but I would not want to take the risk.

If you are on cable, I think there is a jewellery channel has ok items. Though would go for the proper stones, not the look-a-likes.

I would personally avoid the designer stores. If I was going to spend £800 on a ring, I would like its components to be worth somewhere close to it, rather than £150 pounds for the materials, and £700 for the name.

The cooldiamonds site looks very good.

Would say also do not go for a ring that is too raised, as it will be annoying if always catching on things.
suspended#21
tuckeral
Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham worked well for me...loads of shops close together so they have to be really competitive too, made it well worth the trip for me as got a much better ring than if I'd bought one off the high street locally for the same £.


I agree thats where Oh got my ring and they are best by far

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