I received my ring this morning it's beautiful. I absolutely love it, can't stop staring at it! So pleased, it will take a very long time for this smile to fade!
Wanted to thank the whole team for all their parts in getting it to me, the help, advice and re assurance via e-mail which I have received. A very BIG thank you to you all
From a very very happy and pleased customer.
Jodi & Chris C
1791 Diamonds have helped us create our dream engagement ring and wedding bands. Not only were they attentive and prompt with my enquiries, they also helped my fiance create and design his own unique and exquisite engagement ring whilst overseas serving in the defence force. Thank you 1791 Diamonds we will surely be in touch with you for our eternity ring
Tamara Diamond Ring Review
The Tamara Diamond Ring from 1791 Diamonds is a classic four claw solitaire. This style, although simple, remains one of the most popular choices for diamond engagement rings. Do not, however, take "simple" to mean "plain"; the Tamara design is strikingly beautiful and it is perhaps its simplicity which makes the diamond solitaire so charming.
A solitaire focuses attention on one single diamond, it is essential therefore to select a stone of the highest quality while staying within your personal budget. Purchasing through 1791 Diamonds is a good start since their diamonds are all within the top grades for cut, colour and clarity. They also provide a helpful online tool to help you select a diamond according to the "4Cs" (cut, colour, clarity and carat) and to see how this affects the overall price of your ring. You can also choose between 18kt yellow or white gold, or platinum for the ring's band.
The diamond of choice for the Tamara design is the stunning round brilliant cut. Once again, this is a popular choice of diamond but do not let this put you off on the grounds that your ring will appear ordinary or commonplace. The reason that brides-to-be often favour this particular cut is that it was specifically designed to optimise its extraordinary sparkling effect.
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