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Salt and pepper diamonds are a great alternative to the traditional white diamond as engagement ring centre stone. They have become a popular choice in contemporary engagement rings due to their uniqueness. Salt and pepper diamonds are natural diamonds that are heavily included. Each one has distinctive markings, some resembling a pattern of stars in the night sky – these are called galaxy diamonds. These black markings are carbon spots, pieces of the diamond that never crystallised properly.

Lab grown diamond engagement rings

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Lab grown diamonds are sustainable, totally conflict free and look identical to natural diamonds. Lab grown diamonds are not imitation diamonds, which are made of non-diamond material. The only chemical difference between lab diamonds and natural diamonds is that most natural diamonds contain tiny amounts of nitrogen, and lab diamonds do not, making them sparkle more and shine brighter. Lab grown diamonds cost on average 30-40% less than natural diamonds, allowing couples to choose a bigger diamond for their engagement ring if they wish.

White diamonds: beyond the 4Cs

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Diamonds are made of carbon – but there’s something almost supernatural about them. Just the word ‘diamond’ invokes luxury, desirability and toughness. Diamond has been the gemstone of choice for contemporary engagement rings, but did you know, that diamond is not just a sparkly rock? Diamond is the hardest known substance, the greatest conductor of heat, has the highest melting point of any substance (4090°C or 7362°F), and the highest refractive index of any natural mineral, which gives the diamond its ‘fire’. Learn more about diamonds from their origins and formation to the 4Cs – carat, colour, clarity and cut, that determine their value.

Australian Parti Sapphire in engagement rings

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Parti sapphires, including the beautiful stones from Australia, have been a firm favourite for couples looking for a unique coloured gemstone for their engagement ring, with gorgeous teal and blue green sapphires being the most popular choice. Each parti sapphire is unique, displaying zones of green, blue, teal and yellow colours. These amazing gemstones look spectacular on their own or paired with diamonds, such as kite shaped, trillion, pear cut, baguette or round.