From the Maldives to Greece and Cape Cod to the Isle of Mull, W&W engagement rings have been taken to some of the most beautiful places on earth and represented some truly romantic proposals. In the latest edition of our Jewellery Love Stories we share a collection of these wonderful stories from all across the globe.
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Ed and Aoife, Isle of Mull
Whisked away on a romantic weekend to the Isle of Mull, Ed asked Aoife to be his wife with a striking W&W ring.
Knowing Aoife dreamed of a truly special engagement ring, Ed came to us with an inherited piece he wished to transform into a ring created especially for his bride-to-be. We worked closely with Ed to transform his inherited piece of jewellery into a completely unique and new design. We re-polished the beautiful pinkish-red ruby to showcase it’s exquisite colour and encased it in a rich gold octagonal surround, enhanced by two trapezoid diamonds either side.
Tom and Tasha, Brighton
Tom popped the question on Brighton seafront with the couple’s faithful hound in attendance.
On the recommendation of friends, Tom came to us looking to create a very special engagement ring for his partner Tasha. Having met on Friday 13th, Tom was keen to incorporate their lucky number into the piece, so Simon worked with him closely to create this dazzling cluster ring featuring a total of thirteen glistening diamonds.
Alex and George, Cape Cod
Alex came to us looking to create a dream engagement ring for his partner George. He worked closely with Emma, taking inspiration from the jewellery of George’s mum until they settled on the perfect design. The romantic proposal took place on a very chilly Thanksgiving morning on Nauset Beach in beautiful Cape Cod whilst visiting family in Massachusetts.
An elegant blend of classic and contemporary, George’s striking engagement ring bends the rules of modern design with two juxtaposing settings. The central claw set Ceylon sapphire appears to almost float between the two semi rub-over set trapezoid diamonds, giving a stunning twist on the traditional three-stone engagement ring.
Felix and Cat, Bath
After working with us to create the perfect engagement ring, Felix popped the question to Cat in a paddock whilst on a romantic weekend in Bath.
From the lovely elongated shape to the sparkling colourless hue, we took great care in sourcing the perfect cushion cut diamond to form the heart of Cat’s stunning engagement ring.
Tristan and Hannah-May, Greece
Designed remotely in secret during lockdown, this special engagement ring features a cushion cut diamond and crossover diamond set band with beautiful blue tourmalines. Hidden inside the band are the couples birthstones, adding an extra layer of sentiment. Tristan presented the engagement ring to Hannah-May post-lockdown in Greece.
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