Wharton design Valentine’s Proposal Ring

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£95 Proposal ring allows couples to choose engagement ring together

Christopher Wharton, goldsmith and owner of Wharton’s jewellers, has designed a special Proposal ring to remove the risk of grooms "getting it wrong."

The classic solitaire-style ring was dreamt up by Wharton after hearing several stories of gents using everything from ring-shaped jelly sweets to beer can pulls to propose with. The Proposal ring service allows grooms-to-be to purchase the £95 silver and simulated diamond ring as a stand-in when popping the question.

“It is a lot of pressure for the man to get the right ring to propose with” says Wharton. “Choosing the right ring can determine the outcome of the proposal, whereas our Proposal ring removes any risk of getting it wrong. You’d be surprised how many stories we hear about ‘dummy’ or ‘stunt’ rings being used."

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The Proposal ring is designed in the style of a classic diamond and platinum engagement ring, and is engraved with the words ‘Marry Me’ for the big moment. The couple can then return to Wharton’s St Albans or Cambridge stores and choose her dream engagement ring. 

The ring costs £95 and when exchanged entitles the couple to 10% off the price of the chosen engagement ring and a full refund of the purchase price of £95. The service also allows the groom to notify the shop of his budget, thus eliminating any embarrassing moments when choosing the ring with his bride-to-be.

Wharton added: “The Proposal ring service offers the couple the chance to choose the Engagement ring together whilst enjoying a romantic glass of Champagne. It’s far more attractive than a Hula Hoop and gets you a generous discount off your eventual ring selection. We expect the Proposal ring to really take off; it’s a great service and really answers a need.”

 

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