Liana diamond platinum ring
Cool, contemporary, and charming: Liana is a stylish choice. The unusual central stone brings flair to this platinum engagement ring, which is unconventional and interesting – just like the woman who wears it.
Modern Indian engagement rings
While many of our engagement rings are classically inspired (like the Gaja, based on a royal elephant), Liana is a modern style from our talented in-house design team. Based on the concept of a romantic wildflower garden, its intertwining tendrils carry a romantic, oval diamond.
This is an abstract interpretation of Indian style. It’s a joyful celebration of love and beauty, with a distinctive diamond setting that holds the stone in an embrace. We think the Liana is an extremely romantic and sensual ring, inlaid with plenty of diamonds and a rare oval diamond for extra fascination.
An engagement ring for the fashionable bride
Liana co-ordinates with platinum pieces from our Floralia collection. The engagement ring is crafted from platinum with 0.83ct of diamonds and comes with complementary valeting for life.
Choosing the diamond for your engagement ring
We source our diamonds from one of the world’s top cutting centres in Surat, India. Our buyers carry out checks to choose the very best stones in every price range. They look for that unrated quality – fire.
To customise your ring, you may choose the carat, colour and clarity of the stone that will be set into it. It is possible to do this online – use our Guide to Buying Diamond Engagement Rings (scroll to the bottom of the page) to understand what each rating means.
But no matter what weight, colour and clarity you select, you will receive a stone – chosen by us – that is the finest in its class. If you prefer, you are very welcome to come into the store and inspect our loose stones, and you can even hand-select your own diamond. If ordering online, your stone will be individually chosen by our master jeweller, and set into the ring just for you.
Certifying your diamond engagement ring
We send our diamonds to the Gemstone Institute of America for testing and certifying. The stones are examined by testers and the lowest grade (colour/clarity) cited is the one that’s entered on the certificate. That means that your diamond is likely to be better, but never less, than certified.
Not every jeweller uses the GIA, nor supplies a certificate; so be aware of the difference when you buy your diamond ring.
PRICING AND DELIVERY Our prices are set out on our website in UK sterling, including VAT and UK sales tax. You’ll be billed in UK sterling. If you order from outside the UK, additional costs may be incurred, because exchange rates and card charges will affect the amount billed to your card. We are unable to take responsibility for the actions of local customs authorities and you are responsible for paying the appropriate import duties and taxes. In good news, our prices include UK sales tax of 20%, which is not payable if you order outside the European Union. Our delivery charges are displayed before checkout (and below). Due to carrier restrictions, we can’t deliver to some locations. (Call us if you are worried about it.) On the delivery date, our carrier will deliver your order to the address you gave us when you made your order. Please take extra care to ensure that it is correct, and that you or someone you trust will be able to take delivery of the order. Once received by you, the goods are legally owned by you (providing we’ve received payment in full). After delivery, we are not responsible for loss or damage. DELIVERY CHARGES All orders within UK are delivered free of charge. We aim to process all orders by 12 noon the same or next working day. Delivery should be within 3-5 working days of your order. If you need your order very quickly, email us: firstname.lastname@example.org CANCELLATION OF ORDERS In very rare and exceptional circumstances, we may be forced to cancel an order. This may be before or after order confirmation, and it might be because: We have insufficient stock We do not deliver to your area One or more of the goods you ordered was listed at an incorrect price (eg. typographical error or an error by one of our suppliers). If we are forced to do this, we will contact you by email and/or telephone to see if we can offer an alternative or other solution. If we have taken payment, we will return it as soon as possible, and certainly within 30 days of order. We are not liable to you or a third party, and will not be obliged to pay compensation, for order cancellations.
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