COVID-19 Restriction update - Latest information & FAQ's
Will your store be closed?
Our store will be closed from the 5th Nov 2020, but only for customers coming in to store. Our phone & online sales & customer services are still open.
Currently we plan to re-open for customers on the 3rd of December once the national restrictions end. However this will be kept under review as government guidance changes.
Are you still able to produce orders placed online and via email?
Our manufacturing will stay open throughout the national restrictions to produce orders. At present we are not experiencing any major delays and are aiming to deliver all on time. You will be contacted before items are sent to you.
Are you able to guarantee Christmas delivery?
Currently we are able to deliver all our products at their normal timescales including those required for Christmas delivery. If restrictions change in any way that will prevent this, we will update you immediately.
Can I call to place an order or to discuss a query?
Our phone lines will be open from 9:30am-5:30pm as normal. Alternatively you can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I return an item?
If you are returning an online/store order please contact us on email@example.com to arrange a return. Please do not send back returns without prior information to us by email.
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Princess cut Solitaire Engagement Rings
Ideal for those who are attracted to the solitaire round engagement rings, the princess cut solitaire diamond engagement rings are more suitable for those who prefer the shape of the square, which have sharper edges, rather than the rounded look.
Each of our stunning engagement rings are handcrafted in Britain and to see our princess cut solitaire engagement rings up close and personal, visit us at London’s famous jewellery quarter in Hatton Garden.
Shining Diamonds has a wide range of engagement rings to choose from making it easier for you to find your perfect engagement ring. One of our most popular rings is our princess cut solitaire engagement rings. The princess is a relatively new cut, having been created in the 1960s.