I just wanted to give a big thank you for all the work on the ring - it looked even better than I thought it would and my now fiancee loved it!!! The timing was pretty incredible too, as I had planned to go ahead and propose on friday night, without a ring (controversially!) but then to have the ring finished early and literally hours in before the deed was great! So thanks Alice for all your work on the ring and everyone for being cheerful and helpful and encouraging throughout, I appreciate it all!
As I began to delve into the multiple layers of well packaged merchandise I started to feel like I was playing "pass the parcel" at a birthday party!
First the plastic envelope... RIP
Then another layer of plastic wrap... RIP
Then a few layers of bubble-wrap... tossed over my head
Then a big dark blue 1791 box (delicately saved for re-packing purposes)
Then a smaller dark blue 1791 box (again saved for re-packing)
Then a small ring box... which refused to open until I realized it had a tiny (maybe child resistant) lock..
Followed by the Mother Lode! WOW!
Thank you for such a nice piece of art. one that she will never see in a Michael Hill store!
1791 Cluster Diamond Ring Review
This exquisite 18kt white gold multi-stone diamond engagement ring certainly lives up to its name and you will, indeed, be spellbound. This diamond engagement ring speaks of romance and enchantment. If you're looking for a ring with which to sweep your beloved off her feet, this is it.
The centre stone is a stunning round brilliant cut diamond, the most popular of diamond shapes for diamond engagement rings and deservedly so; the beauty of this diamond engagement ring is timeless.
The side stones provide a delicate frame for the centre diamond, adding brilliance and enhancing the fabulous sparkle of the ring. The effect is mesmerising and is sure to catch the eye. The wearer of this ring will enjoy playing centre stage.
The slender 18kt white gold band adds a subtle elegance to the design, complementing the diamonds without drawing too much attention away from them. With the Spellbound, 1791 Diamonds' designer, Alice Herald, has achieved the perfect balance of fairytale glamour and sophistication.