Not 100% satisfied? If you have any doubts, simply return the product and get 100% refund. No admin fees, no hidden charges - it's as simple as that. There is no risk as you don't have to keep the product if you don't like it. Learn More
✓ 90 Days Free Resizing
We have multiple tools to help get her correct ring size, but if you get it wrong we'll resize it for you absolutely free! Valid for 1 time, upto 90 days from date of delivery. Learn More
✓ Lifetime Warranty
We are confident in our products and take pride in the quality we offer. We will therefore be happy to repair and maintain any jewellery bought from us for the entire lifetime. No matter how big or small, every jewellery bought from us counts. Learn More
✓ Free Delivery
Enjoy free delivery to any destination around the world. No last minute hidden charges means you can put your money into buying the best possible product. Learn More
The solitaire diamond engagement ring is a timeless way to say the simplest thing and begin a long life of happiness with your loved one. All rings are available in yellow, rose, white gold and platinum, and each ring is topped with only the best diamonds.
In Ancient Greek and Roman times, diamonds gained popularity as an expression of love and in the fifteenth century they became widely associated with courtship. The early twentieth century saw a rise in popularity for platinum rings featuring the solitaire cut and today a range of other cuts are available.
The singular pleasure in providing these infinite expressions of affection is what drives our passion at Shining Diamonds. To make your decision easier, we offer free samples to arrive straight to your front door and a 30 day returns policy. We aim to provide you with only the best shopping experience, so if you have any questions about what we offer, about your order or about our solitaire engagement rings, then feel free to contact us. You can also visit Shining Diamond’s showroom at the well-known Hatton Garden in Londontoexplore the stunning collection. The area has been the centre of London’s diamond trade as far back as medieval times.