Engagement Rings

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Engagement Rings

Thinking of popping the question? Congratulations – buying an engagement ring is not only the best possible way of signifying your commitment and love, it’s a delightful and rewarding experience too.

Discover engagement rings for sale, brand new, tailor-made, vintage or antique rings to seal and celebrate the union with your beloved one.

You can find the ideal engagement ring at Hatton Garden’s jewellery stores. Each jeweller offers its own selection and style. Master Jewellers create one-of-a-kind rings using the finest diamonds and the purest metals to make your union a dream come true.

Brand New & Tailor-made Engagement Rings

Several of the jewellery stores in Hatton Garden specialise only in creating astonishing designs with your input from a single draft to reality. These Bespoke Jewellery designers are highly skilled in using the best diamonds and precious metals. They also have a unique engagement ring collection ready-made for you to choose from.

Antique & Vintage Engagement Rings

These rings are usually passed from one generation to the other in the same family, and sometimes the ring needs to be adjusted, resized or even clean. However, antique engagement rings possess as well a great beauty, character and history. Hatton Garden is your destination to discover jewellery shops ready to present you with that unique engagement ring that you are looking for.

Promise Rings vs Engagement Rings

On the left hand’s ring finger, which will eventually house the wedding ring, the engagement ring must only be worn. Instead, the promise ring, which is frequently worn on the same finger, can be positioned wherever it is most practical, free from any symbolic restrictions.

The History of Engagement Rings and Wedding Bands

According to Anthropologists, the ring used to seal an engagement dates all the way back to ancient Rome. According to legend, Roman women wore rings connected to tiny keys. Since that time, couples have seen them as a universal sign of love and devotion. A ring, particularly in Western cultures, indicates that a person is engaged to marry.