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Our engagement rings have been part of your fairy-tale moments for over 100 years. If you're seeking a symbol of eternal love and commitment, let Beaverbrooks find an engagement ring to mark the start of your happily ever after. Choose a classic platinum band set with diamonds in cluster designs that will take your loved one’s breath away. For something bolder and more romantic, select an opulent aquamarine engagement ring encircled in a halo of diamonds. Available in platinum and gorgeous tones of rose, white and yellow gold, you will find breathtaking rings in solitaire, three stone and channel set styles. Fall in love with our jewellery and find 'The One' by browsing our collection of engagement rings. Buy today and enjoy UK next day delivery on selected pieces.
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Engagement ring FAQs
How to pick an engagement ring?
Selecting the engagement ring that will sweep your loved one off their feet is a big decision. Which precious metal will suit them? Which diamond shape should you go for? These are all important details that determine how your engagement ring will sparkle and shine.
The clues to finding the engagement ring your partner wants to wear forever are in what they usually wear. Luckily, there are many types of engagement rings available at Beaverbrooks, so we offer something for everyone. For extra assistance in choosing the best ring for you, consult our detailed engagement ring buying guide.
Should engagement rings have a diamond?
There is no denying the gorgeous glitter of diamonds, and although a diamond engagement ring is a classic choice, it is by no means the only one.
You'll also find engagement rings set with sparkling sapphires, aquamarine, exquisite emeralds and more. While the final choice will depend on your partner's preferences, it's important to understand the 4 Cs when choosing a diamond engagement ring – cut, colour, clarity and carat.
What is the right amount to spend on an engagement ring?
Just like the size of the diamond, the price of your engagement ring only matters if you think it does. While there's a tradition – started by an advertising drive from the De Beers diamond cartel in the 1930s – that advises you should spend three months' salary on your engagement ring, there are no definitive rules for how much it should cost. The only thing you need to be focused on is selecting the ring that represents your partner and the love you share. To help you get started, it's a good idea to decide on a budget beforehand and think about which detail of the engagement ring is most important to you.
Can I finance my engagement ring?
There are several methods to pay for your engagement ring, depending on your preferences and convenience. We offer finance options that allow you to spread the cost of your purchase over 6 to 48 months. This means you can enjoy your special moment without worrying about imminent price tags looming over your head.
Some exclusions apply with our 0% interest-free credit options. So, visit our finance options page to find out more about how you can buy your engagement ring through financing.
How many carats should an engagement ring be?
Often mistaken for the diamond's size, carat refers to its weight and we stock between 0.5 carat diamonds to up to 2 carat engagement rings in our collection. There are no rules about the higher the carat, the better the engagement ring – size is not the only barometer you use when choosing a diamond. Ring preferences vary from person to person so all you need to be concerned about is choosing the engagement ring that matches your soulmate.
How should an engagement ring fit?
An engagement ring is one of the most important pieces of jewellery you'll ever buy so it's only natural that you need the perfect fit. The engagement ring should be tight enough that the stone remains centred on your finger but loose enough to remove with only a little friction.
Getting the right size can be tricky, especially if you're trying to buy your engagement ring in secret. Make sure to check our Ring Size Guide to find out how to measure a loved one's ring size or your own.