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Royal weddings are so in right now that it’s no surprise everyone else wants in on the action!
Princess Eugenie has a rare engagement ring featuring a padparadscha sapphire – one of the rarer stones and more and more people are opting for something a little more bespoke and unique to them.
Diamond and precious stone specialists TP have a few rare engagement ring styles to inspire those yearning for something a little different and more than a little decadent.
A hexagon is a less popular diamond cut but makes a dazzling statement when flanked by other diamonds in a hexagonal double halo which is further enhanced by the diamond band. Ideal for geometric fanatics. £5,177 (other sizes available too).
In fact the double halo can create a beautiful striking ring around a Princess cut diamond which demands support of the three diamond embellished arms for classic chic. £5,097
And whilst yellow is enjoying its moment in fashion, this design, rather than focusing on solely the intense fancy yellow diamonds, this showstopper enhances the colour of the tinted diamond with the surrounding tiny fancy yellow diamonds for an almost vintage effect. From £36.297
For those who are looking something affordable, yet bold, bright and really eye-catching, then the new Artisan collection has wonderful contemporary pieces made from classic gemstones, ranging from diamonds to rubies and coloured sapphires. These rings feature slices of stones with facets for a modern look at a fraction of the price of some engagement pieces. From £1,097