Wedding and engagement rings are life long purchases. They will become your most worn possession. Hopefully, you will look at your wedding ring everyday and it will make you smile. A symbol of your union and your commitment to each other – but also very pretty and sparkly. Diamonds are a girls best friend after all.
The thing is that when it comes to investing in jewellery as special as your wedding and engagement rings, most of us don’t have the first clue where to start.
Different densities of metal, precious stones, carats, cuts…I didn’t even know that you should match the metal of your engagement ring to your wedding ring if you want to wear them together!!
Well never fear, as this evening we’ve got Mark Johnson, the founder of Isle of Wight based company Serendipity Diamonds to help you. He is waiting at his computer ready to answer any questions you have about finding the wedding rings of your dreams.
Anything wedding ring and jewellery related Mark can help – please fire away with anything you’ve always wanted to know, but never had the opportunity to ask.
Serendipity Diamonds first went online in 2007. They are now one of the leading online jewellers based at their showroom in Ryde on the Isle of Wight.
Amongst a whole range of jewellery, they specialise in engagement rings and wedding rings for clients in the UK and around the world. Their small, friendly team includes Mark Johnson who founded the company in 2007.
Mark and his team spend their days helping clients to achieve their perfect wedding rings. With over 20 years of experience in jewellery, they have achieved an outstanding level of great feedback to date.
From simple wedding rings on a budget, to elaborate diamond set rings, Serendipity strives to find a solution. Their shaped wedding ring service ensures fitted wedding rings for most engagement ring settings.
They also offer no-obligation-advice on personalising your wedding rings. Services include traditional hand engraving, modern laser engraving and machine patterning.
Mark will be on-line to answer any questions you may have about organising your perfect pair of wedding rings.
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