After a very anxious wait I finally got to see the ring today. It's perfect! Thank you so much for all the time and energy you and the rest of the team at 1791 put into this. I really appreciate it. It was a pleasure doing business with you and you have made this very significant challenge a lot easier for me to navigate. Now I can start looking forward to taking the next step of presenting the ring to my partner along with that all important question.
Thank you again,
I went to the post office to grab the parcel this morning, and recieved in my hands a medium sized box.... hmmm... strange... its.... bigger than i thought!!
I carefully unhitched the bubble wrap and held quite a unique presentation box... upon opening that box I found another! and then finally the ring. I sat in my beat up rusting car in the morning sun outside the postoffice and was literally blinded by the flashes of colour reflecting off the diamond.
I was initially interested in your company as my choice for an engagment ring because your site steers away from the now prevalent tacky and fanciful image of offering "amazing deals on diamonds and gold". Not only was your site easy to use, but during the entire process I have been guided through in a courtious and professional manner at every stage, from diamond selection to the delivery.
Yourself, your company and the business you do is a credit to the jewellery industry.
I also had a hidden desire that I wasnt going to just recieve a ring in a ring box... It was a treat to find that you (mindread?!) go that extra mile to impress your clients. But it should be said this has been your outward goal the entire way.
1791 Solitaire Engagement Ring Review
The 1791 Solitaire is a stunning six claw solitaire diamond ring with stylish shoulders giving it an overall regal look. The centre stone is a spectacular round brilliant which will not fail to impress with its characteristic sparkle.
While solitaire diamond rings are a popular choice for engagement rings, and round brilliants a particular favourite largely due to their fantastic fire and brilliance, the 1791 Solitaire is set apart by its stylish six claw setting.
The ring setting is an important consideration when selecting your ideal style of diamond engagement ring and should not be overlooked. One advantage of a six claw setting over a four claw setting is that the diamond is held more securely. At the same time, having more claws means that the individual claws can be finer, more delicate and less intrusive; whereas the four claw setting usually requires each claw to be slightly thicker to ensure the diamond is held securely in place.
You have a choice of metals for your ring: 18kt yellow gold, 18kt white gold or platinum. There's very little price difference between the two types of gold but platinum does increase the overall cost of your ring as it is a more expensive metal than gold. By all means base your choice on aesthetic appeal, you may simply prefer the natural look of yellow gold, but also keep in mind that platinum is the most hard wearing of these metals and is also hypo-allergenic.