Category Archives: Engagement Rings

A collection of articles on engagement rings, from the Serendipity Diamonds Blog.

Rune Rings | Personalised Rune Viking Wedding Rings

Rune wedding rings include this Titanium viking effect rune ring

View the Rune design online Rune Wedding Rings – Personalise your ring with a Rune engraving Rune wedding rings are just one unique effect from our laser engraving service for wedding rings.  Did you know that we can create your very own Rune engraving on any of our wedding ring designs? Over the last year, Read the full article…

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark co-founded Serendipity Diamonds in 2007 after 20 years working with loose diamonds and jewellery. Mark is a keen jewellery and gemstone photographer, blogger and content writer. He works alongside a small team in their Ryde showroom and spends his spare time working on jewellery photography projects and with his two young children.

Which Hand for Engagement Rings – Left or Right Hand?

Engagement ring worn on the correct hand and finger

Which hand does the engagement ring go on? By tradition, the engagement ring goes on the third finger of the left hand. This is the official ring finger. Before marriage or after marriage. For male or female hands. Both the engagement ring and wedding ring are worn on the left hand. Which goes on first, Read the full article…

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark co-founded Serendipity Diamonds in 2007 after 20 years working with loose diamonds and jewellery. Mark is a keen jewellery and gemstone photographer, blogger and content writer. He works alongside a small team in their Ryde showroom and spends his spare time working on jewellery photography projects and with his two young children.

In Praise of Yellow Gold Pear Shaped Engagement Rings

Pear diamond yellow gold engagement ring

Unique yellow gold pear shaped engagement rings Yellow gold pear shaped engagement rings rarely feature amongst popular engagement rings. More often than not, it is the classic round solitaire taking pride of place. Round diamonds cater to the masses. Pear-shaped diamonds appeal to more selective buyers. Our second detail for this post relates to the Read the full article…

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark co-founded Serendipity Diamonds in 2007 after 20 years working with loose diamonds and jewellery. Mark is a keen jewellery and gemstone photographer, blogger and content writer. He works alongside a small team in their Ryde showroom and spends his spare time working on jewellery photography projects and with his two young children.