Thank you so much for the help in providing the rings I liked and I really appreciate the way you continually kept me up to date through the process. I have not received such positive customer support from any other retailer like the support both you and your organisation provided which made the purchase of these rings a pleasurable experience.
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!
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.