1. Harry Winston

Back in 1926, in a move that would essentially launched his career, Harry Winston purchased the estate of railway baroness Arabella ‘Belle’ Huntington. It included an incredible array of exceptional diamonds. The new Belle range pays tribute to the resulting collection. The style is available in four centre stone sizes ranging from 0.5-2.0 carats. The starting price is £10,400. Given that Harry paid $1.2m for the Belle estate back in the 1920s, it’s a small price to pay for happiness.

For more information, visit harrywinston.com

2. Graff Diamonds

Oval cuts may be all the rage, but also offer a timeless elegance. Mounted on a pink pavé band, this 2.31ct centre stone from Graff is internally flawless.

£POA. For more information, visit graff.com

3. Savvy & Sand

This vintage-inspired ring from Savvy & Sand’s Heirloom 1932 collection has hand-carved detailing and a stunning oval-cut centre diamond. Setting from £2,500.

For more information, visit savvyandsand.com

4. Boodles

We love this vintage number from Boodles, inspired by the 1920s. The brilliant-cut centre stone is surrounded by lots of its tiny cousins. Prices from £3,250. For more information, visit boodles.com

5. Bone of London

This is a bold choice, but perfect if your partner has the personality to match. A 1.5ct marquise diamond is offset by cognac diamonds and yellow sapphires. £14,500.

For more information, visit boneoflondon.com