Our jewellery designs with your choice of stone
We decided to draw your attention to the complete range of gemstones available at Serendipity Diamonds.
In addition to diamonds, we offer clients a large range of alternative options. For most alternatives, we provide full help and guidance. In addition, we provide a detailed quote. We can also provide comparison quotes based on several choices.
Choose from the following options for engagement rings and jewellery
Here are several choices available with most of our engagement rings and jewellery settings. Contact us for more help on any of the following stone choices.
We create most of our jewellery with 100% natural diamonds. Moreover, we source ethically from responsible supply partners. In addition to conflict-free diamonds, we now offer 100% ethical, traceable CanadaMark diamonds upon request.
We recently introduced IGI certified, lab-grown diamonds. Most diamonds include ideal-cut specifications and work out close to 1/2 price of a natural diamond with little apparent difference. All lab-grown diamonds include a laser inscription to ensure identification as man-made diamonds.
We now offer Moissanite in any of our engagement ring settings. Laser inscribed and uniquely beautiful, contact us for a personal quote including this cost-effective alternative to diamonds.
We create all of our designs with alternative gemstones. Or, request a specific colour and we will make suggestions based on any preference you have. Choices include blue, pink, green and yellow sapphires, rubies, topaz, tourmaline, morganite and emeralds to name just a few different coloured gemstones.
Please contact us with your chosen design, along with any preference for precious metal and stone type. We will respond with a personal quote for any of our jewellery designs.
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About Mark JohnsonMark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website.