Irish company launches new diamond engagement rings
Voltaire Diamonds, the Irish-owned, engagement ring and diamond jewellery company, has just launched its new collection of diamond engagement rings.
The sparkling range includes vintage glamour, classic solitaires, as well as bang-on-trend halo-style rings.
Other 2010 trends in the engagement ring collection include rings with distinctive intricately raised settings, which give the centre-stone the spotlight, as well as split-shank rings, that's two bands meshed together at the back and united with a diamond on the front.
"We aim to take advantage of recent innovations in diamond cutting which allow brides to opt for new styles with more facets than traditional cuts, and alternative shapes which provide more individual looks," says CEO Seamus Fahy.
Brides can chose any ring from the collection and have it customised to their budget, and all engagement rings are available in white, yellow, rose-gold, and platinum, from €2000 upwards.
Voltaire Diamonds established in Ireland two years ago to provide a bespoke service to brides and grooms when selecting and buying engagement and wedding rings.
"As the ring is a considerable investment we add a little bit of luxury to the process, even in the current climate, and that's all about the personalised service that we provide," says Fahy.
"We focus on working closely with customers to create individual pieces of the utmost quality, design, and craftsmanship, that can be cherished for a lifetime".
For further information, please see www.voltairediamonds.ie