Diamond Engagement Rings
Find Your Diamond
Find the perfect diamond for your engagement ring. All of our diamonds are GIA certified and can be viewed in our London showroom on request.
We had everything we could have asked for
I had a very good experience, the service was great and efficient. We had everything we could have asked for. I always knew the kind of ring I wanted. We were watching “the Great Gatsby” and I told him that I loved Daisy’s ring, I guess he paid attention as that’s exactly what my ring is like. It is so classic and timeless.
Great service from start to finish
Great service from start to finish. Made what could have been a stressful experience very easy and enjoyable. My fiancé’s dream ring was excellently designed and flawlessly made and we are both thrilled with the final result. Thank you Hearts of London. We will definitely be recommending you!
They had a genuine interest and care
I found myself speaking to the lovely staff at Hearts of London and was pretty much sold as soon as I entered. Their level of detail from everything to their shop, presentation and rings themselves was second to none. The big thing for me was their ethos of customers being customers for life, not just for a one-time purchase
Colour is graded from D (colourless) to Z (light yellow), and refers to the yellow or brownish tint that runs through a diamond, caused by the presence of nitrogen. For a bright, white looking diamond, we recommend choosing from the 'colourless' range, D - F. Distinctions in colour within this range are virtually undetectable to the untrained eye. Read full guide.
Cut refers to how well a diamond has been cut, regarding the precise and symmetical quality of each facet, rather than the shape. The quality of the cut of a diamond determines its beauty: the more precise and symmetrical the cut of the diamond, the better the total internal reflection of light, creating a brighter & sparklier diamond. Only round diamonds have a cut grade. Read full guide.
Clarity refers to the visible irregularities formed within a diamond, also known as inclusions. Inclusions occur as a diamond forms over millions of years, unique to each stone. Using the GIA standard clarity grading system, diamond clarity is graded from 'Flawless' to 'Included 3'. We advise choosing a diamond between SI1 and VS2 for a stone that is both 'eye clean' and great value. Read full guide.
Carat refers to the weight of a diamond. Whilst this is related to size, carat weight does not directly indicate the visible size of a diamond. Once set within a ring, a poorly cut diamond may look smaller than an excellent cut diamond of the same carat weight. Searching by carat weight can be a good place to start, but our gemmologists recommend you also consider the all of the 4Cs, particularly 'cut'.