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J.Lo’s Engagement ring how much is it worth

J.Lo’s Engagement ring how much is it worth


With the recent news of J.lo and A.rod officially announcing their engagement to the world and the picture of her huge Emerald Cut Diamond ring breaking the internet we decided to shed some light on the types of rings seen on the fingers of the rich and famous, starting with soon to be Mrs A.rod herself Jennifer Lopez.

The latest in line of rings to adorn her finger. J.Lo posted a picture of her sporting what seems to be a 15 carat Emerald Cut solitaire ring, which we can assume to be a platinum band. We can also assume that a ring like this set A.rod back anywhere from 1.5 to 3 million Dollars depending on the quality of the stone. Quality is determined by the 4 c’s cut, carat, clarity and colour. Likely to have been purchased from a high-end retailer like Graff or Cartier.

15 carat Emerald Cut solitaire ring

The latest in line of rings to adorn her finger. J.Lo posted a picture of her sporting what seems to be a 15 carat Emerald Cut solitaire ring, which we can assume to be a platinum band. We can also assume that a ring like this set A.rod back anywhere from 1.5 to 3 million Dollars depending on the quality of the stone. Quality is determined by the 4 c’s cut, carat, clarity and colour. Likely to have been purchased from a high-end retailer like Graff or Cartier.

While this is the latest and definitely the largest ring she has received her past stones haven’t been anything to smirk at either, with her 6.5 carat pink diamond from Harry Winston bought for her by Ben Affleck costing him $ 2.5 million which completely changed the trend of coloured diamonds in engagement rings and meant that all of a sudden every girl wanted a different colour diamond to match J.Lo’s.

diamond to match J.Lo’s

Her other notable engagement ring was from latino music artist Marc Anthony who bought her an 8.5 carat Blue diamond also from Harry Winston which is believed to have set him back $4 million!

Being the most recent of her engagement rings it’s not surprising that the internet is abuzz with gossip about J.Lo’s latest ring. Looking at the past rocks to adorn her ring finger and how Ben Affleck’s offering to the J.Lo rings of engagement sparked controversy in the jewellery industry back in 2002 without mediums to spread the news like E! Or TMZ existing on the web. So the next big question is how this will the affect the jewellery industry; will we see an influx in the purchase of Emerald Cut Rings as women scramble to be like J.Lo again or will the Round Brilliant continue to reign supreme as the Queen of Diamonds.

The Top 10 Engagement Ring Designs of 2018

The Top 10 Engagement Ring Designs of 2018

By Mikael Samiloff  |  12th March 2019

Whether you’re single, in the market for an engagement ring, or already have one of your own, we know how hard it is feeding your curiosity and self-indulgence at gazing in the search for beautiful engagement rings online.Having that in mind, we have the chance to share the top 10, in no particular order, the most popular and trending engagement rings in 2019 so far!
Now that’s something to indulge in!Pavé: Meaning “paved”.noun, a setting of precious stones placed so closely together that no metal shows.


Round Brilliant set in a single Cushion Halo Pavé setting

Adding an extra Halo to the stunning design is also a popular choice

Round Brilliant is the industries favourite and well loved diamond. Being of course the diamond that sparkles the most. That said, this design has flourished for the past year, gaining more attention than any other tradition design where . This is due to its creative cocktail mix. Creating the best of both worlds choices, housing the peoples favourite diamond.

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Round Solitaire

We cannot be too surprised can we?

To see that the world’s known famous love symbol and timeless design is still one of the highest ever ranking designs to date. The first to accomplish the meaning behind using a ring to represent the love and commitment. Its simplicity and elegance creates the perfect amount of attention that gets drawn to the centre stone.

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Pear-Shape Halo

The Pear shape has its way with the public.

A unique hybrid, the pear shape combines the round brilliant and marquise cuts to form a tapered teardrop. First popular in the 18th century, the pear shape was said to represent tears of joy. The halo for the pear shape creates an appearance of elegance, adding more beauty..

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Oval Halo

Romantic and distinctive. The smooth feminine curves of the oval are beautifully complemented by the parvé stones that are encircling the centre diamond. A modified brilliant cut, oval diamonds sparkle exquisitely in a unique, elongated shape.

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Round Brilliant with Pear Shape shoulders

A very beautiful, elegant, yet subtle design that features a classic round brilliant centre stone, set between two pear-shaped diamonds. This design expresses itself in many different forms to the owners that fall in love for it. The round diamond centre draws you while the pears establish this design with subtly, balance and fluentness, creating exceptional significance for the whole ring.

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Round Brilliant set in a Pavé Setting

A stunning simplicity that marks the pavé collection, designed with perfect proportions and a refined setting that lifts the diamond up to the light with a journey of beautiful stones leading up to it. This creation takes pride in introducing more brilliance, creating a beautiful accent for your centre diamond. This design is for those who love how the solitaire’s elegance drives its attention to the centre stone but would want to add the right amount of life and extra attention too more than just the centre stone.

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Emerald-cut set in a Pavé setting

Emerald-cut diamonds stand out because of their concentric rows of parallel rectangular facets and elongated shape. Having to be set in a pavé setting executes the beauty and enhances its attraction to the viewers as the Emerald-cut gleams with timeless sophistication. The lighting is gathered and mirrored throughout the design, resulting in an unrivaled display of brilliance

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Round Trilogy

A symbolic engagement ring that features a shared setting to provide the highest possible level of radiance. Traditionally, the trilogy symbolise a couple’s past, present, and future, which makes this ring style a perfect choice for those who are planning to propose to a truly romantic. Blending emotional significance with a promise of eternal love.

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Cushion Double Halo set in a Pavé setting

A touch of elegance and glamour with this stunning design as it features a Cushion Cut centre accompanied and encircled by round pavé set diamonds. A classic style for decades that entices anyone who is looking to show off the definition of what glamour truly means with introducing a continuous two row pavé setting that follows down the ring.

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Emerald Trilogy

A classic and elegant trio that again doubles the exposure of Emeralds concentric rows of parallel rectangular facets and elongated shapes. Like you have seen on the other trilogy rings, this beautiful piece if for those to embrace their romantic side and have symbolic means behind this timeless engagement ring.

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Hatton Garden Jewellers

Hatton Garden Jewellers

Hatton Garden

The Nations Highest Regarded And Most Renowned Jewellery District

For centuries, the area of Hatton Garden has been able to become today,

a prestigious diamond sanctuary.

What the public don’t know, is that Hatton garden is not just a place to shop but an experience to endure. A historic reputation that serves for the purposes of

love, luxury & beauty.

…the three reasons that also drive people to visit..

Hatton Garden’s Historic Triumph

The Royal Beginning

Hatton Garden has royal roots stretching back to the area for when time of the notable Sir Christopher Hatton! Who in 1581 was gifted the ownership, completing his lease of Ely Place from Elizabeth I.

Sir Christopher Hatton was a politician and close advisor to the Queen who gained acknowledgment from his knighthood and appointment as Lord Chancellor, rumours traveled across the hierarchy that he also was (supposedly) the queen’s lover!

The gifted property featured a beautiful garden that, eventually, branded the street and surrounding area of Hatton Garden. A successful man, Sir Hatton accumulated great wealth and in the years to come built a magnificent house to contend Hampton Court, Holdenly Palace near Northampton. His name lives on in what is today known as London’s Jewellery Quarter, Hatton Garden.

Hatton Garden’s Development

Hatton Garden’s association with the jewellery trade dates also back close to Medieval London, when particular crafts and industries clustered around specific neighbourhoods to ease production and trade. The Hatton family began to sell parts of their Ely estate, allowing for wealthy merchants and businesses. London at this point was confined to the square mile City of London, and Hatton Garden became the reputable destination for trusted professionals and quality craftsmanship.

Hatton Garden Today

While many of London’s original districts have been lost to development, failing industries and change.. Hatton Garden has remained the heart of the nations jewellery trade. With over seventy jewellery shops and nearly three-hundred jewellery businesses, it is still the largest jewellery quarter in the country. Pulling visitors globally for its expert craftsmanship and detailed knowledge of all things jewellery.

In recent years, the creativity of Hatton Garden has flourished as media and publishing companies have snuggled between workshops and nearby offices, contributing to the hustle of the community. The presence of creative industries has driven the continuation of the lively Leather Lane Market, which now welcomes (round the corner) some of the city’s best street food! Also in recent years, stylish bars and plenty of choices for a great night out. A great place to start is the stunning Bleeding Heart bar on Greville street and Sir Christopher Hatton Pub which is dedicated to the man that started it all.

Despite Hatton Garden’s stride into the Twenty-First Century. History flows around every corner cobbled street and Medieval yards. The Ye Olde Mitre, The old Mitre is in an alley between Hatton Garden and Ely Place, being one of the oldest Pub’s in london.

The Jewellery Sanctuary

We have discovered there is much to do in the distinguished area of Hatton Garden aside from shopping for diamonds and other precious jewellery. The Garden attracts all walks of life, from those who frequent diamond-buying to individuals seeking once-in-a-lifetime engagement rings and special keepsakes.

Being the nationals choice for jewellery, it always occurs to people who are new to the occasional visit, that also have done a lot of research from TripAdvisor, Google etc, still don’t know what to expect when traveling to the heart of the jewellery industry. Lets conclude with a few assurances and advantages for shopping in Hatton Garden that you may only find from word of mouth or the review you spent twenty minutes trying to find.

Great Value:

The Garden holds many advantages which consists of dealing with great competitive rates of diamonds, buying pre-owned jewellery and exchanging once beloved jewellery. This causes Hatton Garden to save a lot more money for the public, making it more affordable.

Hatton Garden is a place where to shop for a bargain and remember, haggling is no stranger within the community.

The Choices:

Hatton Garden boasting the largest diamond jewellery market in London. This creates a healthy competitive atmosphere, the decisions are always yours.

To add, every jeweller in the trade loves being part of your Hatton Garden experience. the uniqueness of each jeweller you will have to see for yourself.

The Quality:

When traveling to Hatton Garden in comparison to Bond Street jewellery district (for example), the value of the jewellery becomes affordable for many and the quality stays the same. When it comes to Bond Street, you’ll be not just purchasing the jewellery but also the name. Chanel, Bouchon, Tiffany, Graff, Cartier etc. Hatton Garden on the other hand, has the matching traits to Bond street while offering at a competitive price.

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