Diamond and Coloured Stone Rings

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Diamond and Coloured Stone Rings

We don’t just love Diamond Rings at ComparetheDiamond.com (formerly diamondgeezer.com), we are also captivated by Diamond and ‘Coloured Stone’ Rings and we design and manufacture a large collection in-house, featuring:

Blue Topaz and Diamond Rings: traditionally associated with fire or heat, the cool combination of diamonds and Blue Topaz is stunning in the extreme and will light up a room.

Chocolate Quartz and Diamond Rings: Sometimes known as ‘Smoky Quartz’, it is a translucent, Distinctive and eye catching version of the semi-precious gemstone.

Amethyst and Diamond Rings: Composed primarily of quartz and believed by the ancient Greeks to prevent intoxication, the Amethyst has primary hues from a light pinkish violet to a deep purple and may also exhibit one or both secondary hues, red and blue.

Golden Citrine and Diamond Rings: Taken from the French word for lemon, Golden Citrines have a sunny yellow colour. Often known as ‘the stone of the mind’ or the ‘lucky merchants stone’, if you are in sales, possession of a Golden Citrine may just make the difference! Golden Citrine may just make the difference!

Tanzanite and Diamond Rings: With its very vivid blue and blue-purple colour, Tanzanite’s real name is ‘Blue Zoisite’ but it was marketed as tanzanite as it was originally only found in Tanzania.


Emerald and Diamond Rings: With its deep green hue, the Emerald is a variety of Beryl. Prior to the 20th century, jewellers tended to use the term water, as in ‘a gem of the finest water’ to express the combination of two of the qualities of the gemstone; colour and crystal.

Ruby and Diamond Rings: Among the natural gems only Diamond and Moissanite are harder but our interest is in the effect is the rich red luminescence produced which gives the Ruby its distinctive colour and brightness.

Blue Sapphire and Diamond Rings: Diamonds and sapphires were made for each other, with it’s subtle variances in colour. Purple, violet and green are the most common secondary hues to be found in Blue Sapphires, for instance.

Pink Sapphire and Diamond Rings: On the verge of changing definition to a Ruby, the stunning Pink Sapphires deepen in colour as the quantity of chromium increases and the deeper the pink colour the more valuable they are.

Yellow Sapphire and Diamond Rings: Yellow Sapphires are purported to bestow the wearer with honour, success and massive wealth!

ComparetheDiamond.com (formerly diamondgeezer.com) design and manufacture a stunning and very wide choice of fabulous Coloured Stone Rings. Precious and Semi-Precious gemstones, matched with Diamonds and tailored to your precise requirements by our specialist craftsmen in our award winning workshop - especially for you!