Paint the town wed in one of these less conventional, but utterly beguiling places to propose.
Hand-Engraved Channel-Set Diamond Ring
Partial to Paris? Nuts about New York? Loco for London? If so, you’re not alone. These three cities consistently rank among the top 20 places to propose. However, there’s no rule book that says you have to take the obvious route. There are plenty of other fab cities around the world, a few of which we’ve twinned with equally unique engagement rings.
Pear shaped diamonds – the only part of your engagement you’ll want to go pear shaped!
Pavé Halo Shank Diamond Engagement Ring
Imagine if Eve had picked a pear in the Garden of Eden instead of that darn apple. She would’ve stood out from all the other women (had there been any other women) and been hailed a trendsetter. Still, it’s never too late to make amends and pear shaped diamonds are the perfect sparkle offering.
If you thought our 360° HD Diamond Display was a game changer, wait till you try our Real-Time Diamond Inspection!
When shopping for a diamond online, you must be able to examine the stone close up and from every angle. At JamesAllen.com, we take this a step further, allowing you to spin diamonds in 360° HD at up to 40x SuperZoom. But even with the latest technologies at your disposal, it’s not always clear what you should be looking out for. To ensure you’re getting the best deal, you may want someone there to guide you.
Twisted engagement rings put a new spin on the classic solitaire ring setting.
Abbraccio Swirl Engagement Ring by Danhov
Everything is more interesting with a twist: gin and tonic with a twist of lime, M. Night Shyamalan movies, those poles outside barber shops. The same goes for jewelry – namely, twisted engagement rings. Their updated design adds a whimsical and utterly unique touch to an otherwise basic band.
Love makes the world go round and we’ve got the aw–inspiring around-the-world marriage proposals to prove it!
Somewhere on this big blue marble we call home, a couple is getting engaged right now. By the time you finish reading this article, several hundred thousand more will have put a ring on it. Planet Earth is quite simply the place to pop the question – at least until commercial spaceflight becomes a thing.