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Tag Archives: Diamond ring trends

  • Congratulations to Jennifer Love Hewitt and Brian Hallisay

    A lovely baby-bump and a gorgeous diamond engagement ring presented by her fiance, Brian Hallisay has put wide smiles on both their faces.  The Client List star and her boyfriend must be over the moon with their fabulous news, broken to the world last month.

    Now in her second trimester, Jennifer sports a huge diamond on the third finger of her left hand. 'We're so thrilled and happy to start a family,' Jennifer and Brian, both 34, said in the statement to Us Weekly.

    If you've fallen madly in love ~  with Jennifer's stunning engagement ring look no further than My Diamonds, Australia, Australia's premier diamond engagement ring specialists for a design just as spectacular.  Here is a selection to tempt you:~

    Blossom White Gold - GIA Diamond Ring

    Blossom White Gold - GIA Diamond Ring

    Your love is unique and so should be your engagement ring. The Blossom is the latest creation by our head master jeweller.  A delicate ribbon of diamonds hold the centre four claw setting.  Centre premium GIA certified round brilliant cut diamond available from 0.75, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50 and 2.00 carats. Diamond weight of setting 0.07 - 0.11 carats18k white gold setting and band (or yellow gold).

    Louise Platinum - GIA Round Diamond Ring 1.10ct

    Arbella White Gold - GIA Round Diamond Ring

    Diamond engagement ring complete with a centre premium quality GIA certified round/brilliant cut diamond set in a 4 claw setting. Ring consists of 14 round brilliant cut diamonds set onto the shoulders of the ring.Diamond weight of band 0.21 carats. 18k white gold setting and band (or yellow gold).

    Arbella White Gold - GIA Round Diamond Ring

    Louise Platinum - GIA Round Diamond Ring 1.10ct

    A sweep up band of scintillating round brilliant diamonds beautifully enhances the pure elegance of the centre round brilliant cut diamond in a fine four claw setting.  Ring is complete with a premium GIA certified 0.50ct round diamond.  Total diamond weight 1.10ct. Platinum setting and band.
    Delivery : 3 weeks

  • Most Expensive Diamonds ~ No.2 ~ The Sancy Diamond

    At No. 2 of the World's Most Expensive Diamonds is the Sancy Diamond, a gem so valuable that its monetry value is un-estimated.   A beautiful pale yellow diamond of 55.23 carats (11.05 grams), the cut of the diamond is unorthodox by Western standards, and is thought to have been of Indian origin, discovered in the 1400s in the Golconda region.

    The stone comprises two back to back crowns ( a cut expected in a regular cut diamond) yet has no pavilion (the lower portion of a stone below it's mid section).

    The Sancy's known history began in 1570 and belonged to Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. In 1495, the stone passed to Charles' cousin, King Manuel I of Portugal after Charles' death.

    D. Antonio, Prior of Crato fled Portugal with the bulk of the country's Crown Jewels after the threat of Spanish rule and was said to have sold the diamond to Nicolas de Harlay, Seigneur de Sancy.

    Henry III and Henry IV of France borrowed the diamond, the later king to secure finance for his armies.  Legend has it that a messenger carrying the jewel never reached his destination, but de Sancy (by then Superintendent of Finance) was convinced the man was loyal, had a search conducted until the site of the messenger's robbery and murder was found. When the body was disinterred, the jewel was found in the messenger's stomach.

    The Sancy diamond was later sold to James I in 1605.  This is when it's thought the diamond was given its current name.  The diamond remained in England until 1669, owned briefly by Charles I, and then passed to his third son, James II.

    This king who became destitute, sold the Sancy to Cardinal Mazarin of France who bequeathed the diamond to the King.

    The whereabouts of the Sancy is unknown after the French revolution until 1828 when it was purchased by Prince Demidoff.  It remained in his family until 1865, when it was sold to Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy.  He sold it a year later and again it's whereabouts was a mystery until it reappeared in 1867 at the Paris Exposition.

    The Sancy was purchased in 1906 by William Waldorf Astor, who then sold it to the Louvre in 1978.  The Sancy Diamond now rests in the Apollo Gallery, after a very tumultuous history.   It remains one of the most beautiful and coveted diamonds in the world.

  • Diamond Colour Grading at My Diamonds

    The coloured diamond, or fancy diamonds as they're referred to are quite rare.  Most diamonds are yellowish brown when in their natural state, which is caused by the presence of nitrogen molecules trapped in the mineral when it was formed millions of years ago.

    The less nitrogen in a diamond,the whiter it is and the more expensive and coveted - colour grades go from D - completely colourless, to Z - a beige yellow colour.

    All of My Diamonds diamonds are graded by GIA, a diamond grading laboratory in the United States.  Discernible differences between D, E, and F grades are difficult to see with the naked eye, and when set in a mount, invisible.

    Cut grades often change the colour of a diamond.  My Diamonds use their own artisan master craftsmen when cutting, mounting and polishing a diamond.  Their designs are unique to My Diamonds, so it's unlikely you will see another like your favourite diamond engagement ring on any other online diamond retailer's site.

    As the colour grade gets nearer to Z, the yellow tinge is much more visible, and when compared to diamonds of a higher grade, the difference will be much more dramatic.

    For an overview of diamonds from My Diamonds, go to their website at and refer to their diamond buying guides.  Their diamond sourcing page is the best way to find a special diamond, particularly if you're designing your own ring.  Here is an example of a grading report from GIA, the certificate you'll receive when you buy your own special diamond:~


  • Diamond Engagement Ring Trends for the Remainder of 2012

    BLACK DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS                               Some of the most popular engagement rings for 2012 have included the sensational, dramatic black diamond.  The stones are cut in traditional designs, yet add something really special and eye-catching because of their colour.  Below are some exquisite examples from My Diamonds.

    Rio Black Diamond - AAA 1.00ct Diamond Ring 18k - 1.63ct           This fabulous example of design symmetry will say 'I adore her'. Twenty four white diamonds set onto a fine white gold band that wraps the centre black diamond.  Ring is complete with a premium AAA grade 1.00ct Round brilliant cut black diamond18k white gold setting and band (or yellow gold) 

    Tocara Forever - Black Diamond Ring 18k - 0.80ct                      Seduce her with this modern design showcasing a beautiful centre half carat black diamond in a rubover setting.  A halo of white diamonds set around around white gold disk frames and highlights the stunning black centre. The band is also accentuated by white diamonds. 18k white gold setting and band (or yellow gold) 

    Aesis - 1.50ct Centre Diamond Engagement Ring 18k - 2.10ct            A sweep up band of scintillating round brilliant diamonds beautifully enhances the pure grandeur of the centre black diamond in a fine four claw setting.  Ring is complete with a premium AAA grade 1.50ct round brilliant cut black diamond.18k white gold setting and band (or yellow gold) 

    DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS WITH A VINTAGE LOOK    Vintage styling is always popular, no matter how fashions change.  The look has dominated many celebrities engagement rings this year, with stars handing their loved ones rings with emerald, cushion and heart shaped diamonds.  They always look fabulous, and vintage is the perfect design for the boho girl.  My Diamonds has an eclectic choice of vintage styling in their exquisite diamond collections.

    Isadora - GIA 1.00ct Diamond Engagement Ring Platinum - 1.63ct      This fabulous example of design symmetry will say 'I adore her'.  Twenty four diamonds set onto a fine platinum band that wraps the centre diamond.  Ring is complete with a premium GIA certified 1.00ct Round brilliant cut diamondPlatinum setting and band 

    Caressa - Majestic GIA 1.00ct Engagement Ring Platinum - 1.22ct  An amazing platinum design with a centre diamond tension set between two highly polished pave set diamond disks. These disks act like a mirror and create a reflection of the centre diamond and enhance the brilliance and fire of the diamond. Ring complete with a premium GIA certified 1.00ct round/brilliant cut diamond.  Platinum disks and band


    The emerald cut diamond seems to be the cut of choice when it comes to celebrities announcing their engagements.  Jennifer Aniston, Angelina Jolie and others have all opted for this angular design probably because all eyes are on the exquisite diamond at the centre of the ring.  These girls know how to show off.  Take your cue to show off too, with emerald cut diamonds from My Diamonds.

    DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING TRENDS FOR THE REMAINDER OF 2012Our artisan jewellers are experienced in helping clients realise their dreams by custom crafting their diamond engagement rings.  Nothing could be more romantic than choosing your own diamond, then working with our craftsmen to create the diamond engagement ring of your dreams.  Call My Diamonds on 1300 66 55 20 and speak with one of our diamond specialists who will guide you to your perfect diamond ring.



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