Purchases made during Christmas holidays will benefit from an extended returns policy. Purchases can be returned, in line with our policy, until 14th January 2022.
Orders for guaranteed Christmas Delivery cut-off date is 30th November.


150 Ashley Road, Hale,

Cheshire, WA15 9SA

0161 233 9977


Third Floor, St Johns Court, 19B Quay Street,

Manchester, M3 3HN

0800 080 3535


5 St Christopher’s Pl, Marylebone,

London, W1U 1NA

020 33 271 271

Book a Consultation
Pick A Location
Pick A Service
Pick A Date

Pick A Time


Confirm Details


Booking Enquiry Sent

We Will Be In Contact Soon!

Your booking Enquiry Information

Please Note: Your Booking is not confirmed until a member of our team sends you a confirmation email.

The Blog

Home The BlogThe Rise in Man-gagement Rings


The Rise in Man-gagement Rings

Times are defiantly changing – with the new rise in the popularity for man-gagement rings. But would you wear one, or but one for your fiancé? A survey by The Knot and Men’s Health Magazine shows that 17% of men said they would happily wear a man-gagement ring. It’s also been noticed that a number of jewellers, largely in America have seen an increase in engagement rings for men. The style of a man-gagement is more like a platinum or gold wedding ring, either plain, toned, pattern or additionally set with a small diamond. Many engaged women see it as the best way to brand their guy is off the market, especially if they work in a profession with a lot of young women. The average engagement ring lasts around a year, which is also why women want their man to wear a ring on their left finger. Most of the time, couples that go for a male engagement ring, also use it as a wedding ring, once they are married. Even celebrities have taken to the man-gagement ring trend, we recently saw singer Michael Bublé wear a male engagement ring before he married his Argentine wife.