- Which diamond would she like the most?
- What can I, or should I, be spending?
- What if she doesn’t like the ring?
The emotions associated with buying an engagement ring are significantly underestimated! You are nervous about your proposal, impatient to pop the question, curious about how everyone is going to react to your news and unsure about finding the right ring. But the latter is completely unnecessary. Ask yourself these questions and you will find the perfect ring in our range of engagement rings.
Most viewed diamond jewels
1.20 carat diamond eternity ring in red goldFrom ￥ 15.330 (excl. VAT)
XO earrings in red gold with small round diamondsFrom ￥ 3.210 (excl. VAT)
0.75 carat diamond creole earrings in yellow goldFrom ￥ 13.560 (excl. VAT)
1.70 carat design medallion with small round diamonds in white goldFrom ￥ 42.770 (excl. VAT)
4.00 carat diamond tennis bracelet in white goldFrom ￥ 27.120 (excl. VAT)
Which diamond would she like the most?
When you first start looking into the vast range of engagement rings on offer, you will undoubtedly feel overwhelmed enough to think ‘where do I start’? Focus on solitaire rings, rings with a single diamond. The ultimate engagement ring! If this is your first time looking into diamonds, you will only need to focus on the shape.
Would she prefer a round, oval, square or pear-shaped diamond? They may all look alike to you, but they definitely won’t to her. Take a look at the rings, earrings and necklaces she already has, in order to discover the best diamond shape for her.
What can I, or should I, be spending?
Even though there are no hard and fast rules about how much an engagement ring should cost, people used to say that the price should be roughly equal to 2 months’ salary. At least, that’s what De Beers used to say in their advertisements. However, you can rest assured your betrothed will attach a great deal more importance to the look than the price tag.
Plus you can use a few handy tips to buy solitaire rings at the lowest possible cost. Nice and affordable, in other words. Of course a larger diamond can also be seen as a great investment. Should you still have some doubts, you can simply contact diamond jewellery experts to assist you with your choice.
What if she doesn’t like the ring?
Solitaire rings have been number 1 in the top 5 of the most popular engagement rings for years. There is therefore very little risk of her not liking the ring you have chosen for her. But perhaps you have opted for a yellow gold ring, whilst she would have preferred white gold? Or maybe she has a nickel allergy she hadn’t mentioned before. In that case you would be best off looking at solitaire rings in platinum.
We can also offer you a solution which will save on a great deal of stress. When you buy an engagement online from BAUNAT, you will have a 30 day cooling off period.