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Pearl Rings

Sensational Pearl Rings

Shimmery, iridescent Japanese pearls are the what make our lustrous pearl rings so exceptional. Pearl is the birthstone for June and their pure ivory beauty makes them a sumptuous and meaningful jewellery perfect for summer birthdays.

Perfect pearl rings
For classic style and elegance, our chic gold and white gold pearl rings make the perfect statement. Pearls can be formed naturally, but to keep nature’s balance and avoid depleting ecosystems we would always recommend cultured pearls as the ethical choice. The Japanese have always been the forerunners in pearl farming, ever since Marilyn Monroe was famously gifted her Mikimoto necklace by Joe Dimaggio on their honeymoon. This is why we have chosen to offer cultivated Japanese freshwater pearls in our rings, to ensure the highest quality.

The natural gem
Pearls are tiny natural, shimmering spheres made over time inside oysters. The shellfish forms lustrous layers of a substance called nacre around a small pebble, and this eventually builds into what we call a pearl. Although often white, pearls can also have hues of yellow, pink, green, blue and rarest of all, black. Several factors are used to evaluate the worth of a pearl including colour, lustre, size, flaws and symmetry. Of all these factors, lustre is considered the most important, and out of all cultured pearls, Japanese pearls are considered to have the best lustre.

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  • Edwardian Platinum Diamond Bow Brooch - Austrian View details

    Edwardian Platinum Diamond Bow Brooch - Austrian

    #50-1-4630
    $3,875.00
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    Art Deco Emerald Platinum and Diamond Dress Clips - Austrian

    #50-1-10218
    $18,750.00
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    Victorian Garnet Brooch

    #50-1-10069
    $975.00
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    Mid-Century Coral Chrysanthemum Jade and Sapphire Brooch

    #50-3-10264
    $3,950.00
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    Edwardian Sapphire, Diamond and Pearl Crown Brooch

    #50-1-10239
    $3,875.00
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    Demantoid Garnet Snake Pin

    #50-1-10041
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    Art Deco Natural Burma Platinum Carved Jade and Diamond Brooch by Birks

    #50-3-10260
    $6,850.00
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    Victorian Cameo Brooch

    #50-1-4719
    $1,750.00
  • Edwardian/Art Deco Pearl and Diamond Bar Pin View details

    Edwardian/Art Deco Pearl and Diamond Bar Pin

    #50-3-10252
    $3,875.00
  • Antique French Butterfly Brooch View details

    Antique French Butterfly Brooch

    #50-1-2896
    $1,650.00
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    Antique Sapphire and Diamond Bar Pin

    #50-1-2916
    $1,195.00
  • Antique Ruby, Sapphire and Diamond Wasp Pin View details

    Antique Ruby, Sapphire and Diamond Wasp Pin

    #50-1-10107
    $4,450.00
  • Vintage Platinum Diamond Circle Brooch - 3.20 Carats View details

    Vintage Platinum Diamond Circle Brooch - 3.20 Carats

    #50-1-10023
    $4,950.00
  • Art Deco Garnet and Diamond Stickpin View details

    Art Deco Garnet and Diamond Stickpin

    #150-1-10014
    $675.00
  • Victorian Black Enamel Bracelet, Brooch and Ring Suite View details

    Victorian Black Enamel Bracelet, Brooch and Ring Suite

    #40-1-10064
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    French Platinum and Diamond Flower Brooch

    #50-1-10203
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    Citrine Stickpin by Carter and Gough

    #150-1-10015
    $295.00
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    Cartier Paisley Diamond Clip

    #50-1-10247
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  • Pearl and Lapis Good Luck Horseshoe Brooch View details

    Pearl and Lapis Good Luck Horseshoe Brooch

    #50-1-10206
    $1,275.00
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    Large Garnet Brooch / Necklace in 14K Yellow Gold

    #50-3-10244
    $2,350.00
  • Antique Diamond Bow Brooch - Austro-Hungarian View details

    Antique Diamond Bow Brooch - Austro-Hungarian

    #50-1-10205
    $1,675.00
  • Van Cleef & Arpels Sapphire and Diamond Fish Clip View details

    Van Cleef & Arpels Sapphire and Diamond Fish Clip

    #50-1-10249
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    Art Deco Platinum Diamond Bar Pin

    #50-3-10245
    $1,750.00
  • Vintage Black Enamel and Diamond Bar Pin by Krementz View details

    Vintage Black Enamel and Diamond Bar Pin by Krementz

    #50-1-10093
    $1,650.00
  • White Enamel and Pearl Buckle Brooch by Riker View details

    White Enamel and Pearl Buckle Brooch by Riker

    #50-1-10201
    $675.00
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    French Japonesque Cinnabar, Diamond and Onyx Jabot Pin

    #50-1-10192
    $3,950.00
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    1.00 Carat Diamond and Enamel Pansy Pendant/Brooch

    #50-1-10241
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    Art Nouveau Leaf and Pearl Bar Pin by Krementz

    #50-1-4588
    $575.00
  • Victorian Seed Pearl and Enamel Brooch and Earrings View details

    Victorian Seed Pearl and Enamel Brooch and Earrings

    #20-1-1995
    $2,650.00
  • Victorian Moonstone and Pearl Pendant/Brooch Necklace View details

    Victorian Moonstone and Pearl Pendant/Brooch Necklace

    #90-1-10444
    $2,250.00
  • Victorian Earring and Brooch Suite View details

    Victorian Earring and Brooch Suite

    #20-1-1994
    $2,450.00
  • Rosenthal Diamond Bee Brooch View details

    Rosenthal Diamond Bee Brooch

    #50-1-10240
    $1,750.00
  • Large Retro Two-Tone Citrine and Ruby Brooch View details

    Large Retro Two-Tone Citrine and Ruby Brooch

    #50-3-10235
    $4,450.00
  • Diamond British Lion Brooch by McTeigue View details

    Diamond British Lion Brooch by McTeigue

    #50-3-10232
    $6,950.00
  • 3.90 Carats Pink and Blue Sapphire 7.00 carats Diamond Floral Brooch View details

    3.90 Carats Pink and Blue Sapphire 7.00 carats Diamond Floral Brooch

    #50-91-92
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  • Art Nouveau Enameled Brooch View details

    Art Nouveau Enameled Brooch

    #50-1-2440

    Regular Price: $2,750.00

    Special Price $2,200.00

  • Diamond Dragon Brooch by McTeigue View details

    Diamond Dragon Brooch by McTeigue

    #50-3-10230
    $7,750.00
  • Victorian Cameo Brooch/Pendant and Earring Suite in Rose Gold View details

    Victorian Cameo Brooch/Pendant and Earring Suite in Rose Gold

    #50-1-2791
    $2,950.00
  • Vintage Pearl Arrow Pin by Carter & Gough View details

    Vintage Pearl Arrow Pin by Carter & Gough

    #50-1-10221
    $695.00
  • French 18K/Silver Diamond Flower Brooch View details

    French 18K/Silver Diamond Flower Brooch

    #50-1-10220
    $2,450.00
  • Edwardian Aquamarine and Pearl Pin by C.V. Dougherty of New York View details

    Edwardian Aquamarine and Pearl Pin by C.V. Dougherty of New York

    #50-1-10217
    $1,250.00
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    Art Nouveau Flower Brooch by Brassler

    #50-1-10208
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    Victorian Emerald and Diamond Crescent Pin

    #50-1-10219
    $2,250.00
  • French Plique-a-Jour Mid-Century Flower Brooch View details

    French Plique-a-Jour Mid-Century Flower Brooch

    #50-3-10229
    $2,250.00
  • Victorian Hard Stone Cameo and Diamond Brooch/Pendant View details

    Victorian Hard Stone Cameo and Diamond Brooch/Pendant

    #50-1-10135
    $2,450.00
  • Vintage Gemstone Dapper Dan Brooch View details

    Vintage Gemstone Dapper Dan Brooch

    #50-1-4570
    $1,950.00
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    Amethyst Nephrite and Diamond Flower Brooch

    #50-1-10142
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    Large Zircon Brooch

    #50-3-10224
    $3,950.00

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10 things to know before buying an engagement ring

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  • The center stone of a solitaire ring accounts for almost 85 percent of its price
  • Save money by buying stones online from reputable dealers
  • Many jewelers offer one-of-a-kind rings without charging exorbitant fees
  • Platinum and gold are the top choices for engagement rings
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(InStyle.com) -- Blame it on all the family gatherings, the mistletoe, or even the champagne, but it's no secret that the holiday season is prime time for popping the question.

A ring with a solitaire 1 carat diamond can cost up to 90 percent more than one with 1 carat in multiple stones.

A ring with a solitaire 1 carat diamond can cost up to 90 percent more than one with 1 carat in multiple stones.

If you're one of the thousands planning (or hoping for) a proposal in the near future, don't head to the jeweler shopping without reading these top 10 engagement ring buying tips.

1. Skip the solitaire

There's more than one way to wear a carat of diamonds on your finger. A ring with a classic solitaire at this weight will generally cost thousands. But a band covered with tiny pavé diamonds that add up to just under 1 carat sparkles plenty and can cost up to 90 percent less than a ring with a big center stone.

2. Compare settings

The way a diamond is framed can have a major impact on how big it looks. For example, a bezel -- a thin band of metal that wraps around a gem -- gives the illusion of a larger stone.

3. Request certification

A diamond of a carat or more should come with a gem report -- a gemologist's evaluation of the stone's color by letter grade (good stones are ranked no lower than I) and clarity, ranging from "flawless" (FL) to "very slight inclusions" (either VS1 or VS2) for an acceptable diamond. The cut, carat weight and measurements are also listed.

The Gemological Institute of America issues most gem reports, but a few fine jewelry firms offer their own guaranteed certificates. The Tiffany & Co. Diamond Certificate lists a diamond's distinguishing characteristics and its linear measurements, accurate to within .02 millimeters.

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4. Know your metals

Platinum and gold are the top choices for engagement rings. The former will cost you -- a simple platinum band can cost nearly $600 more than a comparable one in gold -- but many brides feel the price is worth it. Platinum is a far more durable metal. It will show fewer nicks and scratches, and platinum prongs will hold a stone more securely.

As for color, some people believe that yellow gold casts an unflattering light on the diamond, while others prefer the hue's warmth and traditional look.

5. Invest in insurance

The cost of protecting yourself against loss or theft depends on several factors -- including the value of your ring, of course, as well as where you live (major city dwellers will pay more). According to Donna Syverson, a spokeswoman for the national insurance firm Jewelers Mutual, your annual premium will be about 1 to 2.7 percent of the jewelry's appraised value, even for rings that cost six figures.

6. Have your ring numbered

Your diamond's certificate number (or jeweler's designation) can be laser-inscribed on the side of the stone, allowing it to be positively identified in case of theft or after cleaning or repair.

Such inscriptions, which are visible under magnification (shown at right for the ring below) don't affect the gem's value. They cost from $40 to $200 and offer more than mere peace of mind: Some insurance carriers will give policy discounts on inscribed diamonds.

7. Save big with a smaller stone

Most couples look for diamonds in whole carat weights, but what you may not realize is that jewelers charge a premium for such stones. If you opt instead for a gem just under a carat (or under 2 or 3 carats, for that matter), the savings can add up to 30 percent. And the difference in size is so insignificant, you won't be able to tell.

8. Buy with an eye to trading up

For a big anniversary, couples often replace their engagement ring with a grander model. When shopping now, ask jewelers if they'll accept this purchase as partial payment on a later ring. Both Tiffany & Co. and Jeff Cooper will apply the full retail purchase price toward another ring (that's at least double the value) for as long as you own your original one.

9. Dream up a custom piece

Believe it or not, many reputable jewelers offer one-of-a-kind rings without charging exorbitant fees. Some companies require a minimum purchase or bill clients a small amount for preliminary work, such as drawings.

10. Check out online vendors

The center stone constitutes the most expensive part of a classic solitaire ring, accounting for as much as 85 percent of its price. One way to cut down on the cost is to buy a diamond online.

At a resource like bluenile.com or diamonds.com, it's possible to save up to 40 percent over prices at brick-and-mortar jewelry stores. Feeling nervous? Both e-tailers offer certified gem reports, as well as a full refund within 30 days on undamaged stones.

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Pearl Rings

Sensational Pearl Rings

Shimmery, iridescent Japanese pearls are the what make our lustrous pearl rings so exceptional. Pearl is the birthstone for June and their pure ivory beauty makes them a sumptuous and meaningful jewellery perfect for summer birthdays.

Perfect pearl rings
For classic style and elegance, our chic gold and white gold pearl rings make the perfect statement. Pearls can be formed naturally, but to keep nature’s balance and avoid depleting ecosystems we would always recommend cultured pearls as the ethical choice. The Japanese have always been the forerunners in pearl farming, ever since Marilyn Monroe was famously gifted her Mikimoto necklace by Joe Dimaggio on their honeymoon. This is why we have chosen to offer cultivated Japanese freshwater pearls in our rings, to ensure the highest quality.

The natural gem
Pearls are tiny natural, shimmering spheres made over time inside oysters. The shellfish forms lustrous layers of a substance called nacre around a small pebble, and this eventually builds into what 222M pearl engagement rings tiffany Pearl Rings | TheDiamondStore.co.uk™

Pearl Rings | TheDiamondStore.co.uk™ pearl engagement rings tiffany

Pearl Rings

Sensational Pearl Rings

Shimmery, iridescent Japanese pearls are the what make our lustrous pearl rings so exceptional. Pearl is the birthstone for June and their pure ivory beauty makes them a sumptuous and meaningful jewellery perfect for summer birthdays.

Perfect pearl rings
For classic style and elegance, our chic gold and white gold pearl rings make the perfect statement. Pearls can be formed naturally, but to keep nature’s balance and avoid depleting ecosystems we would always recommend cultured pearls as the ethical choice. The Japanese have always been the forerunners in pearl farming, ever since Marilyn Monroe was famously gifted her Mikimoto necklace by Joe Dimaggio on their honeymoon. This is why we have chosen to offer cultivated Japanese freshwater pearls in our rings, to ensure the highest quality.

The natural gem
Pearls are tiny natural, shimmering spheres made over time inside oysters. The shellfish forms lustrous layers of a substance called nacre around a small pebble, and this eventually builds into what we call a pearl. Although often white, pearls can also have hues of yellow, pink, green, blue and rarest of all, black. Several factors are used to evaluate the worth of a pearl including colour, lustre, size, flaws and symmetry. Of all these factors, lustre is considered the most important, and out of all cultured pearls, Japanese pearls are considered to have the best lustre.

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