A diamond ring is the ultimate symbol of true love and a lifetime of commitment. At Anabela Chan Joaillerie, we offer a personal design service for custom made engagement rings and wedding bands. From a simple band with bespoke engraving, to a unique design based on the client's ideas and vision.
As a certified diamond grader, Anabela personally selects GIA-certified diamonds that are cut to maximize brilliance, where others are often cut to maximize carat weight - the difference is legendary.
Because every diamond is unique, each with its own precise gemological characteristics, pricing varies. Bespoke Anabela Chan diamond engagement rings are offered from £1,600, with no upper limit. Anabela will be pleased to work within your budget to create the perfect ring for you.
Selecting your engagement and wedding rings should be an enjoyable and memorable experience, contact us for a private consultation at email@example.com
The 4Cs of Diamonds
Clarity - measures the flawlessness of a diamond and correlates directly to its value. A stone is said to be flawless if, under 10-power magnification, no internal flaws (clouds, feathers, pinpoints) or external imperfections (scratches, pits, nicks) are visible. Absolutely flawless diamonds are exceedingly rare.
Cut—the precise shape and positioning of a diamond’s facets—is the most important factor in determining the stone’s beauty. Many diamond cutters choose to place the size of the diamond above its potential beauty, sacrificing the ideal balance of brilliance, dispersion and scintillation. When the choice is size or beauty, we always choose beauty.
Colour -the ideal engagement diamond is clear to the point of being colourless. Laboratory experts determine the colour of each diamond by comparing it to authenticated “master” diamonds. Each stone is then color-graded to a precise scale from “D” (colourless) to “Z” (saturated). At Anabela Chan Engagement & Bridal service, only the best diamonds of “F” level (colourless) or better are used.
Carat - denotes the weight of a diamond. One carat equals 0.20 grams. Taken by itself, carat weight does not determine a diamond’s value. For example, two one-carat stones can vary widely in price when clarity, color, cut and presence are taken into consideration.