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.
As with any purchase over the internet there is always some anxiety as to the finished product but any fears disappeared the moment I opened the box.
Opera Diamond Ring Review
This ring is aptly named; it will certainly take centre stage and steal the show. Opera, from the 1791 Diamonds' diamond engagement ring collection, radiates brilliance and romance with an oval diamond for the centre stone and gorgeous side stones surrounding it to enhance its fabulous sparkle.
The oval is a very elegant fancy shaped diamond and is particularly well suited to those with long, slender fingers. This diamond shape is quite literally an oval version of the round brilliant diamond - a shape which was specifically calculated by a mathematician to maximise its sparkle - so it dances with the fire and brilliance that we expect from high quality diamonds.
Another added bonus for those who love the glitter of the round brilliant but prefer a more unique shape: oval shaped diamonds usually look larger than a round stone of the same carat weight thanks to their 58 facets. This effect is further enhanced in the Opera design by side stones which are spread over and around the top of the ring, surrounding the centre stone and making it appear even larger and brighter.