Melbourne Handcrafted Engagement Ring Designs Purple May Service Announced

Purple May Jewellers in Melbourne Australia announce a range of handcrafted engagement rings. Each ring is customized to the buyer’s specifications and crafted with a focus on perfection. Various designs and gemstones are available.

Melbourne, Australia - July 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Announcing the range of exquisite engagement rings from Purple May, Australia. The rings and all other jewelry from the brand are crafted to perfection and meet very high quality standards.

For more information visit their website at https://www.purplemay.com.au

Buying jewelry is something that everyone looks forward to, for a long time. Many considerations are carefully weighed and decided on. People have very different ideas about what they consider to be elegant and valuable jewelry.

In Australia, Purple May Jewellers have made a name for themselves among clients who value quality and beauty for engagement rings in Melbourne. Since its inception, the firm has adhered faithfully to their commitment to providing nothing short of the best quality. This commitment focuses equally on the materials and on the craftsmanship that goes into every piece they create.

The jewelry is handcrafted. This enables them to provide the highest levels of quality. This also enables them to customize the rings that they create for every customer, according to their design, material, and size requirement.

Anyone shopping for an engagement ring in Melbourne will find what they are looking for at Purple May jewelry. Rings can be made of white or yellow gold and are available in different sizes. The jewelry firm is able to create engagement rings in Melbourne using the widest variety of precious and semi-precious gemstones. They are also able to create beautiful Solitaire Diamond engagement rings.

The designs of the ring can be decided by the customer. Intricate designs such as floral themes and gem clusters are quite popular. Gemstones can also be set in a round, oval, and other differently shaped settings. Melbourne’s engagement ring customers can be assured of excellent choices and products at Purple May Jewellers.

For more information visit their website given above or call them on +61-3-9939-5166.

Contact Info:
Name: Tina
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Organization: Purple May Jewellery
Address: 403/125 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia
Phone: +61-3-9939-5166
Website: https://www.purplemay.com.au

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88895753

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