Embrace your love with the new Caress diamond engagement ring from De Beers

Launched this week, De Beers' new Caress engagement ring is a classic solitaire with a pretty pavé diamond twist.

De Beers' Caress solitaire engagement ring incorporates a curved diamond pave´ that appears to embrace the central diamond

For many decades De Beers has been the go-to jeweller for those searching for the perfect diamond engagement ring, and its latest design is no exception.

Launched this week, the Caress engagement ring highlights the jeweller's expert craftsmanship with a design that is both unique and timeless.

Inspired by the harmony of love, a solitaire is surrounded by a curved diamond pavé that appears to embrace the central stone. This instinctively protective gesture is symbolic of a unified desire to cherish one another.

The perfect ring for those who want a classic solitaire with a pretty twist, it fits neatly into De Beers' impressive bridal collection.

A modern icon, the Promise engagement ring is a contemporary design with delicate interlocking thread pavé and sleek platinum stems. Available with either a round brilliant or princess-cut diamond, the modern setting frames the diamond with artful simplicity, enhancing its sparkle and brilliance. De Beers' Aura engagement ring, meanwhile, is a pretty halo-style design that features a row of pavé diamonds set around a central cushion-cut diamond for maximum sparkle. 

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