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Engagement & Wedding

"A diamond engagement ring, the start to your forever"

Your journey together begins with the perfect ring for your partner. Our diamond specialists have many years of experience in helping customers select their perfect engagement ring.

Let Judith Hart Jewellers guide you through this exciting and momentous occasion by showing you our extensive range of diamond rings in a luxurious and relaxing environment.

We offer modern, timeless, romantic, vintage, traditional, unique and 'make a statement' rings set with diamonds or combined with wonderful contrasting gemstones in a rainbow of colours.
 
We are always happy to discuss your ideas and if you require a truly bespoke ring we can advise on the latest settings and source the perfect gemstones to create your ideal ring. A fabulous way to ensure your engagement ring is truly unique.


Wedding rings today are available in an amazing variety of designs, metals and gemstones.

Judith Hart Jewellers have 36 years of experience in assisting brides and grooms to make the perfect choice of wedding rings and we are proud to say we hold the largest selection of Brown and Newirth wedding rings in Derbyshire.

With this range we are delighted to offer an exclusive TLC (Tender, Loving, Care) package with this range to ensure your continued enjoyment of your wedding ring. TLC is a comprehensive service comprising of manufacturer warranty, complementary engraving, free re –sizing and lifetime refinishing.  Why settle for anything less?

Wedding rings have traditionally been a plain polished band and this tradition continues but with an extended choice of widths, weights, metals and ring profiles. Diamond set wedding rings are now a more contemporary choice for many couples and offer an even greater range of design and metal combinations. Here at Judith Hart Jewellers we have a wide range of rings set with sparkling diamonds; round brilliant cut, princess, baguette and emerald cut, set in any metal to match your engagement ring.

The choice of colour and metal of your ring is understandably paramount. White metal is now very fashionable but the choice is vast and understanding the differences of 9ct, 14ct and 18ct gold as opposed to titanium, palladium or platinum can sometimes be confusing. It is here where our knowledgeable consultants can guide you through the choices available and ensure the metal you choose will fit with your lifestyle.

The wedding ring is not just for the Bride, the Groom is just as likely to choose a ring to show his commitment and to be able to enjoy the experience of exchanging rings on the wedding day. Diamonds may be a 'girl's best friend' but an increasing number of grooms are now opting for a diamond in their ring.


Finding the perfect ring profile to compliment an engagement ring is a skill in itself, but guided by our qualified wedding ring consultant's and the choice of sample rings we hold in store, we hope you will find it an enjoyable experience.

Choosing a ring, particularly a ring for life can be daunting and an important decision for a couple. Our consultants are available to advise and help with all of your concerns and attain the ring you desire. So why not choose a jeweller you can trust...

The History of the Wedding Ring

Some believe that the oldest exchange of wedding rings comes from ancient Egypt. Rushes and reeds were woven and braided into rings for fingers worn by the women. The circle was the symbol of eternity, with no beginning or end, to give a woman a ring signifies 'never-ending and immortal love'.
Points to consider when buying your rings

  1. Decide your budget – make sure you are comfortable with what you can afford and choose quality. The saying 'you only get what you pay for' is true.
  2. Durability – when will you wear it? Will it be worn most of the time?
  3. Metal – the cost will vary depending on the metal, with Platinum being the most expensive and hard wearing, followed by gold, palladium and titanium
  4. Stone shape – what will suit your partner?
  5. Ensure the style you choose will fit correctly alongside your engagement ring and the size is comfortable for you
  6. Insurance – you may wish to get your rings insured, which is an option we also offer with our specialist jewellery insurer – TH March
  7. Technical details -

Our Guide to Diamonds

Cut, Colour, Clarity and Carat are the worldwide characteristics used to classify the rarity, quality and value of diamonds. Diamonds with the highest combination of 4C ratings are the rarest and most valuable.

Carat

Carat refers to weight and therefore the size of a diamond. One carat is divided into 100 points. Size is the most obvious factor in determining the value of a diamond. But two diamonds of equal size can have very different values, depending on their cut, clarity and colour.

Colour

While most diamonds appear white, many of them display hints of colour barely discernible to the naked eye. The closer a diamond approaches colourless, the rarer and more valuable the stone. The colour grade begins with D being the most rare and desirable colourless diamond.

Cut

When a diamond is cut to good proportions, light will reflect from one facet to another and disperse through the top of the stone, resulting in a display of brilliance and fire. Diamonds that are cut too deep or too shallow lose light that spills through the side or bottom.

Clarity

A diamond's clarity is determined by the degree to which it is free from naturally occurring inclusions. Many are invisible to the naked eye. The fewer inclusions, the rarer and higher quality the stone, F1 is flawless, VS1 very small inclusions and SI1 small inclusions.

The Romance........

While the traditions and designs may be slightly different today, the sentiment and meaning to love, treasure and honour one another forever, remains very much the same........

"I Love you and wish to be with you forever."

You can rely on Judith Hart Jewellers for that special day and for every occasion to come.

 
 
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